Articles in "Legal Affairs"

Six To Be Indicted Over Case 3000 ‘Submarine Affair’

The investigation into Case 3000, also known as the Submarines Affair has concluded, and enough evidence has been gathered to indict six of ...

High Court Overrules State, Allows ‘BDS Activist’ Lara Alqasem To Enter Israel

Lara Alqasem, the American graduate student who was been denied entry to Israel due to alleged BDS activities will be allowed to enter the ...

Netanyahu Attorney Jacob Weinroth Dies, Age 71

  One of Israel's leading lawyers and an attorney for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in the corruption probes against him, Jacob ...

Netanyahu to be Questioned by Police on Friday

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to be questioned in his residence in Jerusalem by the Lahav 433 serious crimes unit for the ...

Court Ruling Paves Way For Demolition Of Bedouin Village Near Jerusalem

The High Court of Justice has rejected an appeal by the residents of Khan al-Ahmar, paving the way for demolition of the West Bank Bedouin ...

Hebron Shooter Azaria: No Regrets, I would Do The Same Thing Over Again

Elor Azaria,  the IDF soldier who shot dead an incapacitated terrorist in Hebron in March 2016 said in an interview published Tuesday that ...

In First Reference To Gonen Segev Espionage Case, Iran Claims It Recruited Minister From ‘Hostile Government,’

Iran recruited a cabinet member of “hostile government” as an agent, Iranian Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alawi, Iranian media ...

MK Shai Calls For Investigation Into Shin Bet Border Policies

MK Nahman Shai (Zionist Union) slammed the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet), accusing it of carrying out political questioning, in a ...

Alleged Australian Sex Abuser Malka Leifer Deemed Fit To Face Extradition Hearing

  Malka Leifer, the former principal of an ultra-Orthodox high school for girls in Melbourne, wanted in Australia on 74 counts of ...

Jerusalem Court Rules Eritrean Defectors May Be Deported

Eritrean nationals may be returned to the country and defection from the Eritrean military is no longer sufficient criteria for receiving ...