Shaul Ganon, the head of the Barnoar club that was attacked in 2009, was accused of having sex with a minor.
Tel Aviv Gay Center attack
Hagai and Binyamin Felician accused Israeli prosecutors and police of negligence in handling the investigation of the incident at Barnoar, in which two killed and 11 people were wounded.
Budget for psychological and social support for the LGBT community to be doubled.
Amir Ohana, an openly gay lawmaker, drew strong criticism this week after absenting himself from opposition-backed votes on gay rights; all four bills were defeated.
A feeling of internal grievance has thus been added to the post-traumatic stress everyone is experiencing. And in such a situation, much of the anger and trauma are directed inward.
Habayit Hayehudi lawmaker Bezalel Smotrich calls anti-violence protest held in wake of stabbing a 'witch hunt' against those opposing LGBT rights.
Energy Minister denies signing commitment to act on behalf of the LGBT community, but photograph shows otherwise.
Uncle of murdered 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsheh speaks at Rabin Square: Before Ali there was Mohammed Abu Khdeir, and we don't know who will be next. We want the fires to end.
Zaur Khankashiyev accused of misleading the prosecution now indicting him, claims prosecution's conflict of interest would lead to unfair punishment.
In a plea deal, Zaur Khankashiyev will serve time for false testimony after the 2009 shooting at Barnoar LGBT youth club.
People were happy to believe the baseless rumor that Abu Khdeir was murdered for being gay, yet homophobia was ruled out as a reason for the attack on a gay youth center. Why? Because of one key difference.
Judge voids gag order on Zaur Khankashiyev, indicted in March for obstruction of justice and fabricating evidence.
Police recreated text messages corroborating alleged killer's version of events.
Hagai Felician spent nine months in detention for 2009 double murder at Tel Aviv LBGT youth club before state’s witness’ evidence was annulled.
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State witness arrested last week in Barnoar case remains in custody for another week; case against main suspect may fall apart.
Police and prosecutors say doubts have arisen regarding credibility of the state witness, who is under arrest.
Two were killed in 2009 shooting at Bar Noar.
The 23-year-old acted out of revenge and hostility in 2009 attack at Barnoar, a Tel Aviv youth center for the LGBT community, according to the indictment.
Do our technological successes reflect our fine intellect and power? Or do our frequent mistakes reveal our foolishness and pitiful failures?
The police blunders in the Barnoar gay youth club shooting case and other cases raise suspicions that something is basically rotten in the system that is meant to protect our lives and security.
Police informant sharing a cell with Hagai Felician elicited a confession tying him to the crime.
Witness escaped his safe house on Thursday; in second interview with Channel 2 he said he left because he 'needed to clear his head.'
When it comes to protecting himself and his source's whereabouts, the Channel 2 journalist is in a precarious position with competing demands from Israeli law and professional ethics.
The family member was involved in the police investigation into the suspects in the 2009 Tel Aviv shooting at the Barnoar, in which two people were killed.
Key witness in shooting at Tel Aviv gay center evaded six detectives to slip out window and give TV interview.
After escaping from the window of his apartment, where he was being held under tight security, state witness in Tel Aviv gay shooting case gives TV interview.
The suspect had been asked to keep a low profile, but instead held meetings at his protected apartment and continued to use Facebook; security guards charged with his safekeeping don't know what time he left or where he went.
TLVFest, Tel Aviv’s annual gay and lesbian film festival, proved a welcome escape from the peculiar past two weeks and, among other eclectic fare, showed us the Bible as we've never seen it before.
The coverage of the fatal shooting attack at Barnoar belies a kinder, gentler homophobia.