Isaac Molho is required to hand over the list of his clients only to the attorney general, who keeps it in a safe so that no one will know and try to cross-reference the interests.
Though Israel's legal authorities are still reluctant to open a criminal probe, Netanyahu's submarine affair also has a military angle that warrants an army examination.
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The German newspaper Handelsblatt says further that ThyssenKrupp is looking into the deal following Israeli media reports suggesting improprieties.
Lawsuit by rival General Atomic will delay $650 million agreement to lease the unmanned aircraft.
Washington conditioning more assistance on eliminating allocations for Israeli firms.
State prosecutor issues new directives for meting out punishment for those owning or trading in everything from ammunition to guns to bombs.
Reagan's defense secretary is gone, but the measure he was forced to accept - the use of U.S. military aid money for procurement in Israel - may finally be eliminated.
The killing of the Dallas shooting suspect ignited a debate over the use of lethal robots by police, but experts and developers in Israel say armed robots can help save lives of officers and suspects.
Israel does not transfer arms to countries in which genocide is taking place, head of the defense export control agency says. 'We take human rights very seriously.'
Legislation passed by the House to outline spending policies for the United States military will provide aid for Israeli security concerns as debate between Obama and Netanyahu rattles on.