Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (also spelled Binyamin Natanyahu) has also served as Israel's Finance Minister.
Related SourceWatch Resources
- Benjamin Netanyahu, Jewish Virtual Library, accessed June 9, 2005.
- Profile: Binyamin Netanyahu, BBC, February 28, 2003.
- Biography: Benjamin Netanyahu, netanyahu.org, Benjamin Netanyahu supporters' website.
- Benjamin Netanyahu in the Wikipedia.
- Johanna McGeary, "Benjamin Netanyahu," TIME Magazine's "Man of the Year", December 29, 1997-January 5, 1980 (issue).
- Natanyahu for Prime Minister 2002, netanyahu.org website.
Articles & Commentary
- "Natanyahu called for a national referendum on Sharon's plan," jerusalemites.org, September 14, 2004: "Binyamin Natanyahu, the Israeli Finance Minister, has called for a national referendum on plans to withdraw Israeli settlements and troops from Gaza. ... He strongly opposes the unilateral withdrawal from Palestinian territory planned by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon."
- "Israel's Netanyahu mounts new challenge on Gaza," Reuters, June 2, 2005: "Israeli Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday he would withdraw support for a planned Gaza withdrawal that he says emboldens militants. ... With Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon assured of a solid cabinet majority for the plan anyway, Netanyahu's remarks were seen mainly as a new challenge to supplant Sharon's leadership in the rightist Likud Party once the pullout is over."
- Ethan Bronner and Noam Cohen, "Israeli Candidate Borrows a (Web) Page From Obama", New York Times, November 14, 2008.