One must wonder what would have been the fate of this poor donkey had the Palestinian Authority been in charge of this part of Jerusalem.
The judge wrote the investigator: "You continue to tell me everything and I will be forced to look really surprised."
The chats revealed by Channel 10 took place prior to the remand hearings, according to the report, and show clear coordination between judge and investigator.
The police directed them back to safe territory, communicating with the 7-year-old grandchild (the obvious authority figure on things technological).
Regarding the possibility that the elections will be held early, Deri said "it's not good for the State of Israel to hold elections now, I say this with full responsibility, we need Netanyahu at this time."
The Islamic Waqf guard accompanying their group complained to the Police escort, and the congressmen, who are both in their 70s, were physically removed from the Temple Mount.
French police are investigating the possibility of an anti-Semitic attack, or a quarrel with a neighbor.
The Indictment lists inertial measurement units (IMUs) suitable for use in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), a jet engine, piston engines, and recording binoculars, purchased for Hezbollah.
Should the indictments against him include breach of trust, Netanyahu is likely to ask for the public's renewed trust at the polls.
Suspended Likud MK Oren Hazan called on the PM to recuse himself and appoint a replacement. He told Israel Radio that others in the party are also in favor of replacing the leader, but prefer not to speak out.
Police investigators suspect that Communications Ministry regulators—when Netanyahu was serving as Communications Minister concurrent with his tenure as prime minister—gave Bezeq preferential treatment.
Of Netanyahu's three other partners, the only real threat is posed by Bennett. Kahlon is constantly shown by the polls to be losing seats in the next elections, and Liberman cannot rise above his faction's current six seats if his life depended on it.
In a Channel 2 News survey, 50% of respondents said Netanyahu should resign, 42% said he shouldn't. Not so bad, considering the hype.
The young policewoman did not back down. “If you don't want a large police involvement, you’ll keep moving,” she warned.
This is the second prime minister in a row to become entangled in corruption charges, the first one, Ehud Olmert (Kadima) ended up serving time.
The preliminary phase of the cases against Netanyahu could take us to the end of 2018, certainly past Rosh Hashanah 5759.
On the right, where many of Lapid's potential voters dwell, he just became the ultimate snitch against a popular sitting prime minister.
In his 12-minute response on television, a visibly shaken Netanyahu opened by reminding Israelis of his long record as a special forces officer, Israel's UN envoy, finance minister and, finally, as prime minister.
Stoning attacks aimed at the Jerusalem Light Rail are nearly a daily affair in the Shuafat neighborhood.
Speaking to Channel 2 News, Netanyahu was mercilessly frank in his view regarding the proper behavior of a prime minister under police investigation. It was back in 2008, and the PM was Ehud Olmert.
The graffiti slogans offered the traditional "Death to the Arabs" and "Transfer Now," as well as the curious "Regards to Yitzchak Gabai."
An IDF unit was searching in the Jordan Valley for stolen property.
This travesty of justice, the defilement of everything we consider our most elementary civil rights in a democracy is not taking place in Tehran, Damascus, or Pyongyang, but in Ayalon prison in Ramla, Israel, a state whose claim to fame is its being "the only democracy in the Middle East."
Police are moving fast to announce their recommendations on indictments against Netanyahu, before the High Court of Justice moves to bar them from doing so.
Describing Rabin's partner in crime, Shimon Peres, Arafat wrote he was "an excellent person: a beautiful decoration."