The possible change came as the panel was in the process of rejecting Netanyahu's request to collect funds from wealthy businessmen to fund his legal fees in three criminal investigations
Benjamin (Binyamin) Netanyahu is the prime minister of Israel. Netanyahu was born in Tel Aviv on October 21, 1949, to Tsilah and Benzion, a renowned historian. His older brother, Yonatan (Yoni), was killed in action while commanding the special forces rescue operation of Israeli hostages in Entebbe, Uganda.
Benjamin Netanyahu is married to Sara, with whom he has two sons. He has been married twice before and has a daughter from his first marriage. In 2009, he became a grandfather for the first time.
On February 14, 2018, Israel Police announced that there was sufficient evidence indicating Netanyahu took bribes in two separate cases and acted "against public interests."
Everything we know about the one-way money trail between Nathan Milikowsky and his cousin, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
In first televised interviews, main Netanyahu rival deems Israeli Arab politicians 'irrelevant,' predicts Kahol Lavan will win election with 40 seats
For these Israelis living in the United States, making time and spending money to come back to cast their ballot was an obvious decision, whether they’ve been away a couple of years or a decade
Legislation is expected to advance, but critics say it could give prime the minister authority to ask security body to look into his political rivals, if security justification is provided
Site claims devices breached in an attempt to eavesdrop on Netanyahu's conversations ■ PM's bureau: The report is false
In a recording leaked on Monday, the Kahol Lavan leader didn't rule out sitting in a Netanyahu-led coalition, but now says remarks were made prior to details of the prime minister's draft indictment were released
Besieged by his Iran-hacked phone furor, the former army commander is banking on the still-murky submarine scandal to refocus attention on his rival’s corruption — and to stop his own slide in the polls
That the New Zealand murderer saw Trump as a symbol of white identity shows the grave danger in Netanyahu's incitement against Arabs
Contrary to past statements, Benny Gantz is heard in recording saying he would also form a coalition with ultra-Orthodox parties if need be
From being weighed down by several millstones on his Kahol Lavan ticket to running against the master strategist, here are the eight problems dogging Gantz and Kahol Lavan
Sinclair Lewis’ 1935 dystopian novel is a blast from the past that warns Israelis, to paraphrase Herzl’s famous words: 'If you will it, it is no hallucination'
Attorney who helped set up the Justice Ministry's Freedom of Information Unit quit after failing to expand the purview of her office
The phone hacking affair doesn't necessarily makes Gantz vulnerable, but it does serve Netanyahu, who wants to create the impression that Iran has control over his rival
Haaretz correspondents review the government's work in the past four years, ahead of the April 9 election
How was Gantz's phone hacked? Which U.S. official is visiting Israel this week? And what did Netanyahu try to prove by using a quote from Haaretz?
The videos, released ahead of prime minister’s arrival in the United States next week, show similar statements by both leaders on democracy, rule of law and minorities
Resignation of retired judge who denied PM's request regarding his legal defense is more evidence that all of the State of Israel’s institutions have fallen hostage to a man who will stop at nothing to remain in office
Following the resignation of the retired district court judge Awni Habash who said he had been subjected to political pressure, Avigdor Ravid tells Haaretz he felt no such pressure
Amos Gilad reports that Netanyahu gave Germany approval to sell advanced submarines to Egypt in what Kahol Lavan chairman calls 'the most serious corruption affair in the country’s security history'
Ahead of visit to Israel, Kuwait and Lebanon, U.S. secretary of state promises to help all three countries 'bolster their efforts to push back against Iran'
From speculation over who hacked the Kahol Lavan leader’s private phone to who is spreading rumors about its contents, six key questions that could determine who wins next month’s election
Someone 'with access to sensitive security information and an interest in harming' party leader Benny Gantz very well may be behind the leak, Kahol Lavan claims
If Netanyahu has one valid claim to remaining in office, it’s his Syria policy and the fact he was one of the first world leaders to recognize the threat of ISIS
Kahol Lavan members attack Netanyahu for misuse of classified materials
Retired Judge Awni Habash says decision to resign comes after he was subjected to political pressure
Likud and Netanyahu have been trying to tarnish Benny Gantz in a variety of ways, including the spreading of false information. The use of material hacked by an enemy state would be a serious escalation
The notion that the Palestinians have 22 states to go to is a blend of malice and ignorance: The Palestinians are the stepchildren of the Arab world, no country wants them and no Arab country hasn’t betrayed them
Is Netanyahu really worried about (former) defense officials being hacked, or is he only interested in reaping political capital?
The rise of Moshe Feiglin's extremist, albeit pro-pot party overshadowed an otherwise dull week of campaigning, featuring Bibi's battles with supermodels