Using Likud ministers and his son Yair to test the waters, Netanyahu is no less concerned about public opinion than about the court proceedings. The goal: Make the public believe he won't get a fair trial
Israel High Court
Justices publish reasoning for decision to let Netanyahu keep post despite trial, explaining court couldn't legally, politically bar him
As newly sworn in government divided over legislation, Labor minister calls Netanyahu’s remarks blasting the justice system at the start of his corruption trial 'unacceptable'
The army didn't issue the demolition order until five months after the attack, meaning it wouldn't serve as a deterrent, justice says
If Israel's law enforcement system is so corrupt that it 'fabricates cases,' then where has the prime minister been for the past decade?
His viral photo with masked Likud ministers seemed taken from grotesque horror-comedy hybrid about Contagion and The Hunger Games in Zombieland
Inside the courtroom of Netanyahu's corruption trial a parallel Israel existed in which the prime minister did not boast all his usual powers
Netanyahu arrived to the first day of his trial surrounded by half of his Likud party after the first session of his new bloated government
In an interview with Channel 20, hours after the first session of his corruption trial closes, premier says he will keep fighting to 'bring the truth to light'
Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit also praised Israel’s justice system, saying that they will continue on without fear, despite premier's attacks on the judiciary
The roles offered to women by the IDF are ‘gilded cages, allowing the army to boast of integrating women in combat roles although they are nothing but a misleading fig leaf,’ the petition says
Outgoing Minister Amir Ohana says the system 'is calibrated more toward protecting its power than toward protecting the public's faith in it'
'The use of economic incentives is a legitimate way to conduct immigration policy but the means chosen in this case... is clearly harmful,' Supreme Court president rules
'Providing incentives to institutions for appearing in the settlements harms the principle of equality,' justices rule, in blow to Culture Minister Miri Regev
Meanwhile, the prime minister is making a fourth request from the state’s permits committee to allow wealthy businessmen to fund his legal defense
Bibi loyalists are reportedly marshaling a whirlwind of conspiracy theories and dredged-up tapes from a fraught affair a decade ago to delegitimize the man who indicted the PM
Eleven justices unanimously agreed that the explosive political issues are within the court’s jurisdiction, and Netanyahu's base is as inflamed as ever
The decision to effectively keep Netanyahu in power has the leftist minority in disarray – but at least the country's highest judicial authority lives to fight another day
Allowing the prime minister to remain in power despite the corruption charges against him means those who have dared to stand against him will keep coming under attack – including the court itself
Regulations prohibit such phone calls at least until May 15, but following court challenge, the state has agreed to allow those in detention on offenses related to state security a short call