Footage of Tel Aviv commander pummeling men in their faces with his fists in a 2016 incident disproved his claim that the victims had hit him first
Shlomi Avraham, 42, made inflammatory Facebook posts after 2014 murders of three yeshiva boys and of Mohammed Abu Khdeir
Sheffi Paz, a far-right, anti-asylum seekers activist who has signed a deal with Ayelet Shaked, spray-painted the slogans: 'Get out EU' and 'German money kill Jews'
The authorities say they’re doing everything they can to help the Arab citizens of Kalansua, but desperate locals are having a hard time believing that. Meet the Arab town crying out for good governance
Mustafa Basel Assi, 46, had recently returned from 15 years in hiding abroad after his testimony brought down a powerful crime syndicate
New department head quoted saying role of Police Internal Investigations, tasked with looking into wrongdoing by cops, is to provide services for the police
The PM changed versions during the course of his interrogations, talked about the 'Judgement Day' to come after Adelson, and sounded determined not to stand trial
Israeli soldier told investigators he was in distress and wanted to back out, a concern they ignored, court papers show
The couple’s children were at home at the time of the murder, and one of them wrestles the father, who had kept knives in various places around the house, indictment says
Hollywood mogul Milchan told police he attended dinner with Netanyahus and Adelsons which turned into a shouting match ■ Leaks from police probe into PM quote him as saying son Yair 'doesn't always match the facts'
Prison Service inquiry finds that jail commander and guards were negligent in putting the two together despite known risk
Israel Hayom publisher speaks to police as part of the investigation into the suspicion that PM Netanyahu offered benefits in exchange for positive news coverage
The investigation into the singer's sexual misconduct was closed, but new documents show a harrowing pattern – and that the police didn't always ask the right questions
But education levels are only part of what is a more complex and broader social picture, experts say
Nir Hefetz says 'stressed' family asked him to make sure wife of Bezeq CEO deleted all correspondence
U.S. businessman Spencer Partrich is a longtime Netanyahu acquaintance who testified in Case 1000, in which the PM is suspected of receiving gifts from tycoons
The 2018 draft report includes damning testimony regarding political interference with television and radio regulators
Key points in leaked conversation between Netanyahu and Ayoub Kara on Israeli news channel shed light on the criminal cases pending against the PM
The Association for Civil Rights in Israel says issuing prison rules only in Hebrew could infringe on the rights of 60 percent of Israel’s prisoners who do not speak Hebrew
The men, in their 30, were taken into custody while on vacation in Hersonissos; their attorney claims allegations against them are 'complete libel'
An August ruling ordered the prime minister to take down advertising that threatens the army's political neutrality
The charges, subject to a pre-indictment hearing, relate to Yes satellite TV merger
Body of Nava Elimelech recently exhumed on basis of new lead