Benjamin Netanyahu

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Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu (born 21 October 1949) became Prime Minister of Israel for the second time in 2009. He is also currently chairman of the Likud Party.

On terrorism

Netanyahu has been credited by former Secretary of State George Shultz for his central role in effecting a change in American policies on terrorism. [1] In 1979 Netanyahu initiated and organized an international conference against terrorism, under the auspices of the Jonathan Institute — a private foundation dedicated to the study of terrorism, which was named after his brother Jonathan. A second conference was organised in 1984. Through these conferences the institute espoused its doctrine of "preemptive retaliation" the Israeli policy of killing those designated as terrorists before they can act. George Shultz pushed this line at the conference and earlier in appearances before the Denton committee. The 1984 conference also produced a widely reviewed book edited by Netanyahu, Terrorism: How the West Can Win, and established Netanyahu as a leading international voice in the war against terrorism. [2]

Other Powerbase resources, External links, publications

Other Powerbase resources

Netanyahu's Millionaires | Benzion Netanyahu | Yair Netanyahu | Israel Center for Social and Economic Progress | Daniel Doron | Uzi Arad | Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy | Institute for the Study of Terrorism, extract from The "Terrorism" Industry | Jonathan Institute, extract from The "Terrorism" Industry | Jonathan Institute | Meyrav Wurmser | Yigal Carmon | Anna (Anya) Zhuravel | Jeffrey Gedmin | David Wurmser | Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies | Dore Gold | Jerusalem Institute for Market Studies | Moshe Ya'alon | Saban Center for Middle East Policy | Haim Saban | Arthur J. Finkelstein | David Bar-Illan | Claremont Institute | Jeffrey Goldberg | Poju Zabludowicz | Allen Roth | David Goder | Steven Schneier | Jewish People Policy Institute | National Strategy Information Center | Herzliya Conference

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See also