Just a few years ago, suspicious developments in Ehud Olmert’s pen collection were considered a reason to investigate the prime minister. Not so with Bibi.
The hearing to commute one-third of the ex-premier's sentence will be heard on December 25.
Source says the prime minister's aim is to defend the right to privacy, but critics warn such legislation would harm police work and freedom of the press.
The army has improved training, and the air force is cooperating better with Military Intelligence. But the pounding of the Home Front will only be greater next time.
Olmert began serving a 19-month term for bribery and obstruction of justice in February.
A lot of those people who thundered against the statute of limitations argument made by Olmert-defending journalists are now – believe it or not - making the very same argument, at the very same decibel level, in regard to Netanyahu.
Zionist Union's Peretz, Hasson spend 45 minutes with former PM, who's serving 19-month sentence for bribery and obstruction of justice.
Every two or three years on average Israel has a war, regardless of who the prime minister and the defense minister are.
Israeli journalists are afraid of criticizing Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife. Not just scared, but the terror that paralyzes anyone who hides in the attic from the storm troopers below.
Do right wing leaders in Israel break left once in power? The former MK questions studied the issue in depth and sat down with Haaretz to share the results, published in his latest book.