In Israel, some survivors of terror and criminal attacks seek to understand and reconcile with those who harmed them, not punish them
That's particularly important when the prime minister is facing several criminal investigations
The prime minister and his supporters believe the outgoing police chief is the one orchestrating the criminal investigations against him
Alsheich’s ousting is no surprise. It was preceded by a host of pointed attempts by Netanyahu and his toadies to limit the police’s power, to impugn its reliability and restrict its authority
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan announces possible replacements for Alsheich ■ Cites replacement as a result of differences in opinions that affect 'public's trust in the police'
In light of the case, the Israel Women's Network will file a precedent-setting class action suit
The fire caused damage to 125 acres of vegetation was contained after hours of efforts by 16 firefighting crews
288 women denied entry so far in 2018 on suspicion they planned to work in prostitution, reflecting increase in trafficking after visa requirements eased
The Netanyahus are suspected of giving favors to the owners of Israel's telecom giant, Bezeq, in return for better coverage
Beno Reinhorn, 35, claimed to be a modeling agent on Instagram and asked girls to send him video clips of them naked or with minimal clothing as part of their 'audition'