Prosecution maintains Idan Anouri planned the attack for months; Attorney says his client denies all charges and that the evidence is based on 'circumstantial' evidence.
Idan Anuri allegedly attacked a former co-worker on Chen Boulevard after being fired; victim in attack had to spend two weeks at the hospital and undergo surgery.
The communications law prohibits advertisers from advertising via fax, auto-dialer systems, electronic messages or text messages without a written agreement from the addressee.
The Courts Administration said the recording and the broadcast constitute contempt of court, because they violated the judges' ruling on the matter. Ynet said there had been no prohibition against recording in the courtroom, only against direct broadcasts of the hearing.
The four are soldier Or Levy from Kfar Sava and her friends Fadi Jabar, Fuad Moussa and Mahmoud Adas of Jaljulya. Other members of their group, charged with the actual murder, are still on trial in the Tel Aviv District Court.
Justice Ministry announced that it's considering charging the Haaretz journalist with holding classified information without authorization, and without intention to harm the security of the state.
In outburst, accuses court of quashing his defense.
Former President ordered to pay NIS 100,000 in compensation to the rape victim, A., who worked for him when he was tourism minister.
Tel Aviv District Court Judge Judith Shevach slams former Attorney General for granting interviews on the Katsav case before he decided whether to issue an indictment
Woman known only as A. from the Tourism Ministry says she had never sought revenge and that the severity of the punishment was not of paramount importance to her.