Police decided to indict 37 of the 85 protesters arrested in Saturday's demonstration; Judge orders their release citing no criminal record or charges related to violence against property.
At least 37 of the 85 protesters arrested on Saturday will be indicted; protesters say police responded with excessive force after they blocked roads, smashed bank windows.
Police arrest 89 after protesters smash windows of banks at Rabin Square, block major highway.
A day after 12 people were violently arrested during an attempt to rekindle last year's protest movement, thousands plan to gather in Rotschild Blv. and Habima Square.
Demonstrators attempt to erect tents, but city inspectors prevent them from doing so; police arrest protest leader Daphni Leef and 11 other protesters.
Central District Court judge writes disclosure would allow the public to ascertain whether the offenders were well-matched to their services.
Anastassia Michaeli accused of criminal incitement for offensive comments about gay people.
Special report on 2010 disaster finds that the police did not transmit necessary information to forces on the ground, and found shortcomings in its gathering of critical analysis and information.
Ties between police and informers can often lead to blurred lines, and sometimes, to criminal behavior.
Five apartment buildings in the Ulpana Hill neighborhood of the Beit El settlement are to be demolished for being built on privately owned Palestinian land.