Arguing that imposing fines is ineffective in dealing with prostitution clients, Amir Ohana wants to wait until therapeutic alternatives are available
23-year-old woman is in serious condition and on life support after undergoing surgery
Rahat man, cousin released after autopsy did not provide clear-cut evidence that injuries to Rawan al-Katnani’s head were caused by deliberate blows
Demonstrators march from the site of the fatal shooting that led to 18-year-old Solomon Teka's death to a police station, alongside his family, chanting slogans against police brutality and calling the cop a 'murderer'
Haaretz investigation shows that many cameras were in the area, including two in the garbage room where Eyad Hallaq was shot by Border Police. But where's the footage?
The 19-year-old says the Shin Bet security service broke the law by summoning him to a warning talk while leading him to believe it was a mandatory police summons
Analysis With Netanyahu's Insinuated Blessing, the Police Are Crushing the Right to Protest in Israel
The real test of a democratic government is its attitude toward major demonstrations with mass participation, the kind that reveal the deep currents flowing in society
The law states that a prisoner or detainee may only be cuffed when they are a flight risk or at risk of doing harm to others or sabotaging an investigation
Israeli court orders Amir Haskel released from police custody, stressing 'the right to demonstrate is a fundamental right'
Four protesters, arrested 'on suspicion of disrupting public order and other offenses' signed a restraining order barring them from Jerusalem, but three refuse and remain in detention
Protest is part of a number of rallies that have taken place in June over Tel Aviv municipality's plan to build on the site
Suspects continue to participate remotely in hearings often plagued by glitches, while arrests have returned to level close to that before lockdown
Footage of Suspected Attack Shows Palestinian's Car Veering Towards Israeli Soldiers Before Fatal Shooting
Despite Israeli account of suspected car-ramming attack at West Bank checkpoint, Ahmed Erekat's family denies any terrorism claims, says his sister was about to marry yesterday
It feels as if there is a department in the Population and Immigration Authority tasked with ensuring that nothing good enters Israel from the U.S., home of movements like MeToo and Black Lives Matter
President Rivlin says no journalist should require security after incident at rally featuring activist previously investigated on suspicion of threatening attorney general
Family member of Ahmed Erekat says it was the night of his sister's wedding, and that police were quick to pull the trigger on a car accident
The village of Bir Hadaj in the Negev, home to some 7,000 Bedouin, is facing a crackdown from authorities for illegal construction. Its residents, though, say they just want the same rights as their Jewish neighbors
The Public Security Ministry also found that only six inspectors monitor 148,000 holders gun permit holders throughout the country
The woman shared on Twitter the picture of a tattoo portraying a heart pierced by a dagger and said it symbolized her disappointment after Gantz decided to join Netanyahu's government
In closed meetings, commanders are concerned that protesters will act more aggressively, influenced by police brutality protests in the United States following the killing of George Floyd
The Justice Ministry claims that it cannot decide to investigate Netanyahu until the attorney general has more information in his hands. But he's had enough info to investigate for over a year now
Family members accuse Israeli police of failure in combating organized crime in their community: 'We are cooperating but they're not doing anything'
Suspect arrested a week after police announce possible breakthrough in Clara Rabin's murder
Activist leader of group calling to deport asylum seekers admits being behind stickers reading 'Jewish blood is forfeit' near Supreme Court justice's home
Foreign Minister Ashkenazi says 'no place for violence in Israeli society' after Ismail Khalidi, who has advocated for Israel in San Francisco and London, files complaint against guards in Jerusalem's central bus station
Players suspected of having sexual relations with two 15-year-old girls, one of which gave testimony to police
In police testimony seen by Haaretz, the prime minister approached billionaire Len Blavatnik with a request to buy a news channel long seen as a thorn in Netanyahu’s side and turn it into a right-wing media outlet