Interrogation under caution takes place as questioning of suspects continues in other affair, involving the prime minister and media mogul Arnon Mozes. 'Investigation won't take too long,' says Israel police chief.
The head of the organization's outlawed northern branch was dropped off alone at a bus station upon his release. Police may indict him again for incitement and other alleged crimes.
Every politician will know that his fate is in the hands of the police commissioner alone, if Roni Alsheich implements his big plan to make all units subordinate to him.
Public defender officials say police stations all over the country hold inmates overnight but that Moriah lacks basic conditions, violating inmates’ rights.
Haaretz has learned that Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich and Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan may consider replacing Yitzhaki with someone from outside the police.
The negotiations took place during Avichai Mendelblit's tenure as cabinet secretary in Netanyahu's government.
Attorney General Mendelblit denied the detectives' request to question the couple at the same time in order to prevent them from coordinating their testimony.
Criminal offense officially carries five-year prison sentence, but indictments are rarely served. Problem is seen as most prevalent among Bedouin community.
Police believe man was drunk at time of alleged attack in city of Ashdod in early hours of Sunday morning.
Publisher Arnon Mozes is at the center of a police investigation involving his Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Ex-employees claim the daily and its sister website have long danced to the tune of their owner.