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Formal impeachment proceedings against Israeli Arab MK Basel Ghattas are in the initial stages; sufficient signatures have been obtained.
Balad party MK Basel Ghattas has been indicted on a range of charges linked to allegations he sneaked communications equipment into prison for Hamas terrorist inmates.
This represents the culmination of the two-year long "Case 242" that was conducted by the Investigations and Intelligence Division Lahav 433 of the National Fraud Unit, which involved the investigation of 480 individuals.
No Balad Knesset members have been arrested at this point.
World Vision adamantly denied the allegations against El-Halabi in the indictment and claimed that the organization continuously made certain that all its humanitarian aid was not misappropriated
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's former chief of staff is questioned about his boss under caution a second time.
Shurat HaDin calls for expulsion of PA soccer chief Rajoub for inciting terror - hours before Swiss arrests of FIFA officials for various charges of corruption.
Grimm said the indictment was a "political witch hunt" against him because he "was an outsider who wasn't supposed to win."
Only in Israel. The Eretz Israel Museum in Tel Aviv is naming a hall after U.S. fugitive and former Comverse technology CEO Kobi Alexander, who...
Several Haredi residents in Beit Shemesh have confessed to police investigators that they gave the identification cards to others to vote in their place,...
Orthodox rabbis for years have denounced the “Kabbalah Centre” as being a fraud of mysticism, Madonna and Britney Spears notwithstanding. Now former followers have sued for financial fraud.
A police raid on two homes before the elections last month uncovered 250 false identification cards that people intended to use to cast extra ballots.
Niso Shacham ordered his police officers to violently beat civilians, ahead of the Gush Katif expulsion.
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky and World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder called on the Claims Conference to be reviewed by outside agencies in...
There’s no peace for the Claims Conference. It is not enough it was caught with defrauding Holocaust funds of $57 million. Two members of the panel that investigated the Conference quit over its report.
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