The Shin Bet and army's failure to pass intelligence on to the police on a regular basis is making it difficult to enforce the law
Police say this is one of the most serious pedophile cases they’ve encountered, both in terms of the severity of the violations and the scope of activity
Courts Administration criticizes judge's 'unfortunate' language
Chanpen Sae-jo, 32, was taken to the hospital in serious condition after Thursday's rocket attack. Her employer: 'Anyone who tells you he isn’t afraid is lying'
The rabbi, a senior member of the Chief Rabbinate, is suspected of receiving a bribe from food importers in return for expediting the process of obtaining kosher certificates for products
Raz Sagi was convicted of killing a Palestinian teen while he was a soldier during the first intifada; he was sentenced to three months of community service and was never demoted
Israel Democracy Institute study also finds lower rate of indictments of Arabs, indicating higher rate of needless arrests
Analysts attribute increase to #MeToo campaign, but say in practice the victims are still not getting justice
The bill is part of efforts to meet an end-2018 High Court of Justice deadline to increase the minimum cell area for each prisoner to 4.5 square meters
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan claims the Finance Ministry never transferred the 60 million shekels needed to expand living spaces for Israeli prisons
Right-wingers were cautioned to stay home ahead of the parade as security forces take precautionary measures following the tragic incident at the 2015 parade in which an Israeli teen was stabbed to death
High Court ordered the state that all prisons and detention facilities meet a minimum 4.5 square meters per detainee
Only two policemen received disciplinary action despite the Justice of Ministry questioning 10 for potential involvement in the 2017 assault
The program, which began in 2011 with outside funding, managed to recruit about 100 people. Police may open their own program without any outside parties
Rabbinical Court files complaint against Rabbi Dov Haiyun ■ Police backtrack after reports ■ 'Police serve as tools for the ayatollahs in Israel,' rabbi says
This is the first working arrangement signed between Europol and a non-EU country
Lawyers for Ebru Özkan, who was jailed for a month, tell Haaretz that military prosecution sent her home and suspended proceedings against her by classifying her as someone who 'could not be located'
Body of Ofira Haim, 56, was found buried in her yard after she disappeared two weeks ago
Public Security Ministry's proposal would allow any citizen with infantry firearms training to be eligible for a gun permit
The Eritrean man, a patient in a central Israeli hospital, stabbed the 65-year-old nurse in her abdomen; nurses' association planning strike in response to 'violence in the health system'