WATCH LIVE: Netanyahu addresses Munich Security ConferenceFebruary 18, 2018 11:17Share on facebookShare on twitterIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks in Tel Aviv, Israel February 14, 2018.
On Saturday night, a tie-less, concerned, somber-looking Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looked squarely into the lenses of the whirling cameras and in a live statement to the nation said that Israel had attacked Iranian and Syrian positions in Syria following the incursion of an Iranian drone. An Israeli F-16 was shot down in the process, the first fighter jet to be downed in action since 1982.The next morning’s headlines were full of war talk. When would war break out in the North?
Netanyahu said after police recommendation he will run and win in next elections. Channel 2 poll shows he might. After recommendations, Likud would win 26 seats, to Yesh Atid's 22. Same poll shows that 45% think he should resign, 40% think not. Go figure out that poll.
Sign Israel won't downgrade ties with Poland over WWII law, Netanyahu -- after meeting Hungary's National Security Adviser -- says possibility of holding next Visegrad summit in Israel being weighed. Visegrad states: Poland, Hungary, Czech, & Slovakia. Bibi went to last summit.
Netanyahu in first comments on situation in north: Iran violated Israel's sovereignty. Israel wants peace, but will act with "determination" against any attack or Iranian attempt to militarily entrench itself in Syria. Says he spoke with Putin and Tillerson.
As things warm up slowly between Israel and the Gulf States, Malcolm Hoenlein & the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations annual leadership mission will be going to United Arab Emirates before coming to Jerusalem for yearly meeting.
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