Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted last year on charges of fraud and bribery. Now, historically disparate groups march together in Jerusalem, shouting the same rallying cry: “Bibi, step down!”
Israel seems to have temporarily halted the annexation of the Jordan Valley, but life on the ground remains a challenge.
The Israeli Prime Minister is facing criticism over alleged corruption and his government's mishandling of the coronavirus crisis.
And using location data to text everyone they've come into close contact with.
The plan, which favors Israel, has already been rejected by Palestinian leadership.
Echoing President Trump, the embattled prime minister called the corruption charges an "attempted coup" and said he wants to "investigate the investigators."
“The whole system is frozen.”
“We’re no closer to a government. It’s just stuck.”
The Arab world has furiously condemned the Israeli prime minister's pledge to annex a large chunk of the occupied West Bank if he's re-elected.
President Jair Bolsonaro authorized military intervention, as other nations promised to send resources to the rescue
The congresswoman announced Friday morning, right after Israel reversed course and said it would let her into the country.