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The former chief of the KGB bequeaths evidence about Raoul Wallenberg for future generations, in papers found in a suitcase.
"By arresting a prominent journalist, lawyer and human rights defender, the Turkish government has seriously compromised its claim to be defending democracy and the rule of law."
“I had seen the plans for the museum and that the Kishle was part of the grounds,” Lieber tells JNS. “It was something that no one even remembered.”
The court ruled that police must give more consideration as to whether or not to arrest young minors.
The Israeli Arab leader of the outlawed Northern Islamic Movement has entered prison near Be'er Sheva to begin his jail sentence.
On Monday a new chapter will be written in Israel's annals of politics and crime.
The European Union gave nearly 13m euros in a third-quarter payment to the Palestinian Authority last week for "social allowances."
Documents obtained by an Israel Radio correspondent reveal that the murderers in jail continue to receive salaries even today.
The Security Cabinet has unanimously approved new stiffer measures against terrorists who throw stones and firebombs at Israelis.
Abu Riala would frequently leave the PA jail via the front gate.
Israel's prime minister and a major American Jewish umbrella organization call for the release of former agent Jonathan Pollard after his collapse in prison.
A U.S. parole board has turned down a request for release by former Israeli agent Jonathan Pollard, now in his 30th year in prison.
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced Tuesday morning to serve six years in prison.
U.S. lawmakers met in Cuba on Monday with imprisoned American Jewish social worker Alan Gross, jailed on a 15-year sentence in Havana.
Instead of being treated as common criminals, Palestinian terrorists receive an exceptional degree of autonomy within the prison walls.