Bassem Abu Rahmeh died after being hit by a teargas grenade during a protest at the West Bank village of Bil’in; his story was documented in the Oscar-nominated film 'Five Broken Cameras'
A Jerusalem District Court ruled that Hamas must pay $1.5 million to a Jewish man injured in a terror attack in 1998
Police say the Netanyahus were aware of the financial meaning of their actions ■ Netanyahu family responds: 'Our dog is lucky to have passed away before they could add her to the circle of suspects'
State Prosecutor's office issues new directive clamping down on such activities in the country's strip clubs, stating that under some circumstances dances could be considered an illegal 'act of prostitution'
The top court petition claims the Knesset exceeded its authority, inflicting 'harm on the core of democracy'
Premier interrogated for 11th time on suspicion that he used position as communications minister to receive favorable coverage ■ Former Bezeq chief Shaul Elovitch also questioned by police
Deputy Attorney General Dina Zilber says she is looking into incidents in which the Shin Bet detained Israeli civilians and foreigners upon entering the country and questioned them over their political activities
Bisan Yahiya and Nazia Saab are accused of blackmailing Chinese migrant workers who were running a gambling operation for 18 months while wearing uniforms and their weapons
Esther Hayut, however, did not directly comment on the debate over whether the High Court can or should overturn the new Basic Law that declares Israel the nation-state of the Jewish people
The kidnappers smuggled Karim Jamhour into the West Bank in order to recover a debt the boy’s father and uncle supposedly owed to the main suspect
The High Court has never been conclusive on whether it has the authority to overrule a Basic Law – the controversial nation-state law might be the litmus test
The jewelry was seized when Shaul and Iris Elovitch were arrested in February for suspicion of bribery, obstruction of justice and money laundering
Calling investigation flawed, Supreme Court disallows confession made to jailhouse informant in case of 2002 murder of cashier
The change would require the removal of an article in the charter of the Agudat Yisrael party, which is part of the United Torah Judaism alliance
The parole board decided to release Yonatan Heilo after he had served more than two-thirds of his sentence. Prosecutors agreed with the decision
The Tel Aviv Court noted that Alon Kastiel had admitted to his crimes but said the violence couldn't be overlooked
Self-described divine emissary is suspected of setting fires to harm Arabs 'because of the security situation'
The response represents a significant development for the rights of the LGBT community in the battle for equality
The lawmakers argue that the Nation-State Law violates basic rights such as the right to equality, and deems that non-Jewish minorities have no status in the state
Judge Ronit Poznanski-Katz was convicted of ethical violations over correspondence in hearings in Bezeq bribery case