PM Netanyahu's speech to Congress
The transcript of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before a joint session of the US Congress.Read More
PM Netanyahu's speech at the AIPAC Policy Conference
If Iran develops nuclear weapons, it would have the means to annihilate Israel, as it has vowed to do. As prime minister of Israel, I have a moral obligation to speak up in the face of these dangers while there's still time to avert them.Read More
Israel and Jordan sign 'Seas Canal' agreement
Minister Shalom: This is the most important and significant agreement since the peace treaty with Jordan. This is the peak of fruitful and very good cooperation between Israel and Jordan.Read More
President Rivlin meets with Apple CEO Tim Cook in Jerusalem
President Rivlin: Your contribution to humanity is unprecedented. Even for me as one who prefers to write with a pen and paper, it is clear to me what a great miracle you have created.Read More
Amb Prosor addresses UN Security Council
If the Oscars for Maintenance of International Peace and Security were given at the UN, I would not be surprised if Iran, Hezbollah, Saudi Arabia and the Palestinian Authority were awarded prizes.Read More
FM Liberman on the US court decision
The decision of the court in New York to order the Palestinian Authority to compensate the terror victims of the second intifada is first and foremost a moral victory for the State of Israel and the victims of terror.Read More
PM Netanyahu addresses Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations
I think the greatest danger facing humanity is the possibility that any movement or any regime of militant Islam will arm itself with the weapons of mass destruction.
President Rivlin meets with Israeli diplomats to North America
Our friendships are above political parties and opinions, they are friendships borne out of trust and shared values. Even such close friends can have a difference of opinion, and even agree to disagree various issues.
PM Netanyahu participates in ceremony in memory of the Paris victims
PM Netanyahu: I share not only in the grief of the families, but in the feelings of the entire Jewish People who understand that the attack in Paris was an attack on all Jews wherever they are.
FM Liberman praises King Abdullah for strong action against terrorism
King Abdullah should be praised for his prompt and forceful action this morning against this act of terror. The leaders of the world must follow King Abdullah's example in combatting terrorism in general, and ISIS in particular.Read More
PM Netanyahu speaks with UN Sec Gen Ban Ki-moon
The international community has yet to point an accusatory finger at Iran which was behind the attack on the northern border and is exporting terrorism around the world. Read More
International Holocaust Remembrance Day – 27 January 2015
On 27 January, Israeli missions around the world will mark 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz and ten years since the UN resolution to establish an international Holocaust Remembrance Day.Read More
President Rivlin meets with UN Sec. Gen. Ban Ki-moon
President Rivlin: Religious hatred is on the rise, the poison of fundamentalism and terrorism has left no corner of the globe immune, and the need to fight this threat is a primary international interest.
President Rivlin begins New York visit
President Rivlin: “I also have a dream, I believe that Jerusalem, which is a microcosm of the whole world, will serve as an example of coexistence between different religions and communities.”
PM Netanyahu accepts invitation by US House of Representatives Speaker Boehner
PM Netanyahu: I look forward to being able to share with the joint session Israel's vision for working together to address our common challenges and to reiterate Israel's commitment to the bond that unites our two democracies."