The more revelations there are of suspicions against Netanyahu, the stronger he becomes - and the faster public confidence in the media deteriorates.
If Benjamin Netanyahu hoped, as he recently stated, to bask in one day of praise, Israel's state watchdog is not about to supply it.
State Comptroller Joseph Shapira is poised to say that Netanyahu did not sufficiently stress Hamas’ tunnel threat, but the prime minister will strive to keep details from getting out.
Israeli journalists have been in Syria and Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan, but not in Gaza, an hour’s drive from Tel Aviv.
Particular criticism is said to focus on a failure to convey intelligence information concerning the Hamas tunnel network to members of the security cabinet.
Near-final version of politically charged document expected to criticize security cabinet of summer 2014; officials given two weeks to respond.
Analysis Israeli Defense Minister Stands by Beleaguered IDF - Omitting His Own Role in Fanning the Flames
Avigdor Lieberman is right to defend the IDF from lawmakers' assaults, but overlooks his own involvement in the Elor Azaria affair.
It’s hard enough to keep quality officers without gratuitous attacks on the army, Avigdor Lieberman says.
Military censorship is preventing a debate on the weapon accounting for 70 percent of the air force’s flight hours.
A new study examined Facebook during the 2014 Gaza war and found that users became very quick to push the ‘Unfriend’ button. Blame social media for demanding that we present our complete selves to the world.