Amir Tibon

senior writer and editor, Haaretz

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Amir Tibon is the Washington correspondent for Haaretz and author of The Last Palestinian: The Rise and Reign of Mahmoud Abbas. He is a former diplomatic correspondent for Israel’s Walla News

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Over the weekend, people in Israel were protesting Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan to overhaul the country’s judicial system.

Netanyahu’s right-wing government wants to weaken Israel’s judicial system

Over the weekend, people in Israel were protesting Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan to overhaul the country’s judicial system.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was formally indicted today on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.

Netanyahu indicted amid major political paralysis in Israel

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was formally indicted today on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won re-election on Tuesday. He claimed a “colossal victory,” but it was a close race.

What Netanyahu’s historic 5th term means for Israel, Palestinians, and the peace process

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won re-election on Tuesday. He claimed a “colossal victory,” but it was a close race.

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