Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in London Monday for meetings with British Prime Minister Theresa May. Before his departure Sunday evening, Netanyahu told reporters he is “not bothered” by rumors he’s hearing on the “regulation law,” legislation designed to prevent further destruction of Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria such as last week’s forced evacuation of the hilltop community of Amona. The bill, which passed its first reading in the Knesset last

Monday, was put on hold. “About the regulation law, I am constantly hearing fake ultimatums. I am not bothered by this,” Netanyahu said. “There are people who are busy with empty briefings to the media and on social networks while I am busy with running the country. And as I run the country I think only about our overall national interest and act accordingly. If I have anything to tell you, you will know about it soon enough.” READ MORE