Top Israeli Cop Heading PM Netanyahu Investigation To Retire

Cmdr. Manny Yitzhaki, the head of the police Intelligence and Investigations Division and also a key figure in the criminal investigation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, will retire in June, it was announced on Monday, without stating his replacement. Read more

BBC Describes Terror Attack As ‘Shooting of Truck Driver’

The British Broadcasting Corporation’s coverage of Sunday’s terror attack by an Arab truck driver in Jerusalem sparked controversy, after a headline by the news outlet emphasized the shooting of the terrorist and downplayed the attack itself. Read more

Haim Saban ‘Deeply Disturbed’ By Obama’s ‘Biased’ Actions Against Israel

Israel-American billionaire and media mogul Haim Saban, one of the Democratic Party’s biggest donors, on Wednesday issued a scathing criticism of the Obama administration’s recent anti-Israel actions. Read more

Mossad Likely Killed Lebanese Man In Angola

Lebanese President Michel Aoun revealed on Wednesday that the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad, likely killed a Lebanese man in Angola. Read more

IDF Soldier Elor Azariya Found Guilty of Manslaughter

A military court in the Kiryat army complex in Tel Aviv handed down a guilty verdict to Sgt. Elor Azariya Wednesday morning. Read more

Mossad Seeks Female Agents In New Ad Campaign

The activities of Israel’s famed intelligence agency, the Mossad, are generally conducted in the shadows. In recent days, however, the spy organization has launched a very public campaign with one aim: to enlist more women into its ranks. Read more

Hezbollah Still The Most Serious Threat Facing Israel

Hezbollah remains the most serious military threat facing Israel, the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) said on Monday in a report. Read more

British Prime Minister Theresa May Slams Kerry’s Speech

The government of British Prime Minister Theresa May issued an unprecedented rebuke towards John Kerry, the Secretary of State of the UK’s closest ally, the US, following Kerry’s speech blaming Israel for the lack of progress in the peace process. Read more

Teva Bribery Settlement Raises Questions on Argentina, Romania Probes

A half-billion dollar settlement reached between Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and the US government last week for the resolution of criminal charges in the bribery of officials in Russia, Ukraine and Mexico raises questions about the fate of other Teva bribery probes, in Argentina and Romania. Read more

UN Security Council Passes Anti-Settlement Resolution, US Abstains

UNITED NATIONS – After the United States abstained from voting, the UN Security Council on Friday passed a resolution demanding Israel stop building settlements on Palestinian territory, a reversal of US practice to protect Israel from United Nations action. Read more