Saturday, 23 June, 2018

Israeli ministers advance bill in bid to prevent early polls

Netanyahu to Trump: Let Pollard go Netanyahu To Ministers, 'No Concrete US Peace Plan on Table'
Kenny Thornton | 13 March, 2018, 01:25

In a late night interview with Fox News host Mark Levin, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated there's "still time to stop Iran" while discussing the Iran deal Sunday.

As for the Palestinians, who are furious at Trump for overturning decades of USA policy and recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital, Netanyahu said: "We have not walked away from peace negotiations".

"People are proud of our country".

"Many countries in the Middle East say that they too should be allowed to enrich uranium if Iran is allowed to", he stated at the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem.

"You pulled your bill to disperse the Knesset!"

"I saw in America something else", Netanyahu said.

For his part, Netanyahu insisted throughout Sunday that he wished to avoid early elections. In a statement released to the press, he boasted about the accomplishments of his government.

Netanyahu continued, "In other words, condition the lifting of those restrictions not on a change of calendar but a change of behavior, that's essentially what I said in the U.S. Congress".

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"We [Israeli officials] are changing the world", he boasted, adding: "We are changing Israel's position in the world and above all we are making it clear that we fight for the truth and for our rights".

A parliamentary committee approved a bill on Monday to extend military draft exemptions to ultra-Orthodox men.

Netanyahu's coalition government has the support of 66 of the 120 lawmakers in parliament.

President Donald Trump reportedly promised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he will withdraw the US from the controversial Iran nuclear deal if his demands are not met. "To expect that Yisrael Beytenu will support this legislation is absurd".

Lieberman, who has pushed for compulsory military service for ultra-Orthodox men, is expected to address the issue at a party meeting later today.

"Being defense minister is wonderful, but values must come first", Liberman said.

Addressing opposition MKs, he told them that they "want the government to remain because [they're] afraid of elections".

All sides of the current political embroilment are aware of the fact that the conscription bill is not the real reason for the crisis. Haredi conscription is going up. He said most of his week in the USA capital was devoted to Iran, which he said wants "to extinguish our history" and "our presence". "And if there are elections, they will give us an even bigger mandate".

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