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          Benjamin Netanyahu's Biography

          Israeli politician who has been serving as the prime minister of Israel since December 2022, having previously held office from 1996 to 1999 and again from 2009 to 2021. He is also the Chairman of Likud – National Liberal Movement. Netanyahu is the longest-tenured prime minister in the country’s history, having served for a total of over 15 years. He is also the first prime minister to be born in Israel after its Declaration of Independence.
          He was elected Israel’s leader by a narrow margin on 31 May 1996 while running against Peres as P.M. He was known as “Bibi,” a handsome, hot-tempered and relatively inexperienced politico, being elected young at 46. He ran an “American-style” campaign aimed at the power of the modern media with both vision and sound-bites. His theme was Peace – with Security, representative of his flagrant distrust of Arabs and his vow to be tough on terrorists. Under Netanyahu, Israel boomed; opening up to both trade, and foreign investments.

          During the Yom Kippur War in 1973, he fought as a Captain in a paratrooper unit. His brother died in the raid on Entebbe. Netanyahu is a graduate of MIT’s Grad Sloan School of Management in the USA. He graduated in 1976 with both a B.A., and a Ph.D.
          A member of the Likud Party, he took the office of Deputy Foreign Minister of Israel in November of 1988. From mid-January 1997 his administration was virtually paralyzed by an influence-peddling scandal. On 17 April, Israel radio reported that Netanyahu would not be prosecuted. Since then, both major parties have been fraught with tension.
          In May 1999, he was soundly defeated by Ehud Barak. Corruption allegations continued to plague him. He and his third wife were suspected of conspiring in kickback schemes, keeping gifts and obstructing justice, but “difficulties with the evidence,” were still an obstacle in late 2000.
          Netanyahu returned to the leadership of Likud in December 2005 after Sharon stepped down to form a new party, Kadima. He was the Leader of the Opposition from 2006 to 2009. After the 2009 election, Netanyahu formed a coalition government with other right-wing parties and was sworn in as prime minister for a second time. He went on to lead Likud to victory in the 2013 and 2015 elections. A period of political deadlock ensued after three consecutive elections in 2019 and 2020 failed to produce a government, which was solved after a coalition rotation agreement was reached between Netanyahu and centrist Blue and White alliance’s Benny Gantz. The coalition collapsed in December 2020, before the rotation could take place, and a new election was held in March 2021.
          In his penultimate government, Netanyahu led Israel’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2021 Israel–Palestine crisis. In June 2021, after Naftali Bennett formed a government with Yair Lapid, Netanyahu was removed from the premiership, becoming opposition leader for the third time, before returning as Prime Minister again after the 2022 election.
          He has married three times and has three children including Yair, known for making incendiary statements in defence of his father on social media.
          Link to Wikipedia biography