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Police Round Up Communications Heavies in Netanyahu’s Next Corruption Probe

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.

Coalition Rivals Preparing for Post-Netanyahu Era

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.

Netanyahu Leading in the Polls Despite Police Recommendations to Indict

In a Channel 2 News survey, 50% of respondents said Netanyahu should resign, 42% said he shouldn't. Not so bad, considering the hype.

Jibril Rajoub Curses Israeli Policewoman From Behind Safety of Bodyguards (video)

The young policewoman did not back down. “If you don't want a large police involvement, you’ll keep moving,” she warned.

Lapid: Netanyahu Can’t Continue to Serve as Prime Minister

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 Case Against Netanyahu: Don’t Expect Indictments Before 5779

The preliminary phase of the cases against Netanyahu could take us to the end of 2018, certainly past Rosh Hashanah 5759.

Lapid’s Testimony Dividing Israel into Netanyahu’s Supporters and Enemies

On the right, where many of Lapid's potential voters dwell, he just became the ultimate snitch against a popular sitting prime minister.

Police Recommend Indictments, Netanyahu Fights Back: ‘Only the Good of the Country before my...

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.

Jerusalem Light Rail Hit by Stoning Attack

Stoning attacks aimed at the Jerusalem Light Rail are nearly a daily affair in the Shuafat neighborhood.

Netanyahu in All-Day Consultations with Lawyers after High Court Ruling on Police Recommendations

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.

Prayer, ‘Death to Arabs’ Graffiti, in Shechem Area

The graffiti slogans offered the traditional "Death to the Arabs" and "Transfer Now," as well as the curious "Regards to Yitzchak Gabai."

Two Women Arrested with a Gun and IDF Uniforms

An IDF unit was searching in the Jordan Valley for stolen property.

Seeking Confession at All Costs, Israeli Court, AG, Endorsed Torture of Jewish-American Minor

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."

Netanyahu at War with his Police Commissioner over Corruption Investigations

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.

Arafat Foundation Threatening to Sue Thief Who Stole Yasser’s Diaries

Describing Rabin's partner in crime, Shimon Peres, Arafat wrote he was "an excellent person: a beautiful decoration."

Temple Mount Group Calls on Visitors to File Police Complaints Against Waqf

"Returning to the Mountain" hopes that if enough people file complaints the Waqf can be deterred.

Arab Killer Wins Plea Deal, Life Sentence for ‘Nationalist’ Murder of Michal Halimi

Harouf will now win a generous monthly salary from the Palestinian Authority government due to the plea deal, which officially documents the fact he succeeded in murdering an Israeli citizen for jihad.

Police Recommend Indictment of Likud Welfare Minister

The investigation was conducted by the Police major crimes unit Lahav 433, the money laundering and terror financing prevention authority, and the economic department of the state attorney's office.

Israeli Driver Attacked, Vehicle Torched in Abu Dis

Some 200 Arab rock-throwing rioters were involved in the violence that enveloped the Israeli man’s vehicle, which was completely incinerated.

Russia Warns Citizens Abroad the US Is ‘Hunting’ For Russians Worldwide

According to the Russian Foreign Ministry, more than 40 Russian citizens have been arrested in compliance with requests made by US officials, 10 of them in 2017.

Jerusalem Municipality to Collect $200 Million from Church Properties

"Let the state will indemnify us and return the money earmarked for the development of the city, or we will collect it as required by law."

8 Yr Old Jewish Boy Attacked in Paris Suburb by Teenage Anti-Semites

The child was walking to a tutor when two teens approximately 15 years old knocked him to the ground and "struck him multiple times," police said.

Jerusalem Light Rail Damaged in Stoning Attack, Teen Terrorist Captured

Although stone-throwing seems innocuous, the rocks are large, with sharp edges and hurled with deadly force at high velocity, aimed to kill.

Reports: German Scientists Tested Toxic Diesel Fume on Humans (Again)

The reports name the carmakers responsible for this atrocity as being Volkswagen, BMW, and Daimler AG, maker of Mercedes Benz.

Moscow Airport Police Detain Woman Smuggling $142,000 in Diamonds to Tel Aviv

The diamonds are value at above eight million rubles (the Russian ruble is currently worth 1.7 American cents).

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