Siham Ratib Nimr, 49, was the mother of Mustafa Nimr, who was killed by soldiers in September after being mistaken for a terrorist.
The high levels of violence in Israeli society reflect the reality in the occupied territories.
Justice Minister wants to revert to system scrapped in 2000 following scandal over perceived politically-inspired appointment.
No megaphones or marching in the streets: Left-wing groups, who planned march to mark 50 years of occupation, say police have set impossible conditions for permit.
Moshe Cohen has confessed to the slapping, head-butting, kneeing and kicking of Mazen Shweiki that has been filmed and posted online.
The government fight against the anti-Israeli boycott movement is pushing the police to do more than their job in a manner both dangerous and illegal.
The raid is the second of its kind on the yeshiva in the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar within a week.
Ultra-Orthodox community in four cities had been investigating and 'trying' the suspects itself, without involving the police.
Israel Police's handling of the video's aftermath confirms that the officer's colleagues were committed to a conspiracy of silence, and not to the greater public.
The public outcry over footage of a violent policeman attacking a Palestinian truck driver is almost as nauseating as the video itself.