The police's chief legal officer was supposed to represent the police in the event, but canceled in the last minute. He cited 'personal reasons,' but right-wing news website boasted that appearance was canceled after it approached cabinet minister.
As part of rapprochement deal between Turkey and Israel, court also cancels international arrest warrants against former top officers who were charged with murder for their involvement in Mavi Marmara raid.
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Mohammed Abed al-Malik Bajabo is suspected of involvement in 2002 Mombasa attack that killed three Israeli tourists. Israel said to have agreed to take Bajabo, but didn't get necessary files from FBI.
Directive seeks to stop groups whose activity 'undermines the very legitimacy of state entities' from addressing students, but it's unclear whether state can legally sanction principals who invite leftist veterans' group into their schools.
Hundreds of Christians living in the the West Bank and Gaza Strip will be allowed to travel between Palestinian territories and visit Israel, Defense Ministry says.
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ThyssenKrupp corporation, which owns shipyards making Israel's new submarines, is currently embroiled in scandal involving Netanyahu's personal lawyer.
Israeli men have longer lifespans than the world average, by a lot, and the possibly counterintuitive explanation is they’re forced to serve in the military.
Five artists reveal why they pursued the profession, what inspires them, and where they see the macho Israeli tattoo culture going.
The Palestinian newspaper Al-Quds drew criticism recently when it interviewed Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman. Its senior editor, Amjad Omari, explains why Arabs will never recognize a Jewish state and the importance of an independent Palestinian press.
Some 42,500 flock to Israel's Hula Lake, where they pass through to Africa and go back to Europe every year.
Bakeries are raising donut prices this Hanukkah, if not on the simple jelly variety, then on the fancy ones with chocolates, creams and syringes.