Greek-Orthodox Christian priest Father Gabriel Naddaf, who has led a public campaign for Christian Arab IDF enlistment, is facing allegations that he has attempted to seek sexual favors from youths he came into contact with.
Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich is to promote Commander Ilan Mor, who was found guilty of sexual harasment in a disciplinary plea bargain agreement in 2013, to the post of the Israel Police’s representative in the United States.
Jerusalem – Israel has indicted Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordecai Vanunu for meeting with American citizens in Jerusalem and violating other court-ordered restrictions.
An NYPD sergeant was stripped of his gun and badge for refusing to talk to federal investigators without a lawyer present, sources said Saturday.
Israeli police say they have caught a group of Israeli citizens, including French immigrants, suspected of tricking European companies into sending the group millions of euros in recent months.
Two Israelis who were indicted in July 2015 for using fake passports and identities to run a fraudulent stock scheme that garnered them millions, have been approved for extradition to the US by the Supreme Court of Israel on Sunday.
Extradition proceedings against an Australian woman accused of sexually abusing students at an ultra-Orthodox girls’ school were halted Sunday, after a judge in Israel ruled her unfit to stand trial.
A senior official in the Obama administration acknowledged that the background to nuclear talks with Iran was misrepresented in order to sell the impression of a more moderate Iranian regime and thus gain greater American public support for an agreement.
Even though the bulk collection of Americans’ telephone records has ended, calls and emails are still being swept up by U.S. surveillance work targeting foreigners.
Former president Moshe Katsav, who is currently serving a prison sentence after he was convicted of rape, officially submitted a request for a pardon to President Reuven Rivlin on Sunday.