Avichai Mandelblit

Israel Releases Fatah Terrorist And Drug Smuggler Back to Syria

TEL AVIV – Israel on Sunday released two Syrian prisoners – a Fatah terrorist and a drug smuggler – to Damascus in a Russian-mediated “goodwill gesture” following the return of Israeli soldier’s remains earlier this month. 

TEL AVIV - Thirty-seven years after he was killed, an Israeli soldier whose body was found after a decades-long intelligence mission was due to be buried in Jerusalem on Thursday evening. 

Netanyahu Meets Putin in Moscow to Discuss Iran

TEL AVIV – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu landed in Moscow early on Thursday for a brief trip during which he is expected to discuss Syria and Iran with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Netanyahu-Putin to meet in Russia on Wednesday

Netanyahu Ally to AG: Rushed Indictment ‘A Serious Blow to Democracy’

TEL AVIV – A senior Israeli official on Monday urged the attorney general not to be influenced by the media or the political left, who might lead him to make a rash decision regarding an indictment against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of the April 9 elections. 

Gilad Erdan (left) is upbeat about the prospect of working with Donald Trump

Anti-Netanyahu Protesters Congregate Outside Attorney General’s Home

TEL AVIV – More than 2,000 people turned out in protest close to Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit’s home on Saturday evening, after a ruling by the High Court of Justice said that the weekly demonstrations calling for the AG to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges could resume.

Israelis take part in a weekly protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, seen on the poster, in front of the home of Israel's attorney general Avichai Mandelblit in Petah Tikva. Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017. The weekly vigils have become the vanguard of a grassroots protest movement against Netanyahu's alleged …

Report: Attorney General to Indict Benjamin Netanyahu’s Wife, Sara

TEL AVIV – Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit will indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife Sara for diverting public money to her private housekeeping expenses to the tune of hundreds of thousands of shekels in state funds, Channel 2 reported on Monday.

Sara Netanyahu

Netanyahu Endorses Expelling Terrorists’ Families to Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed support on Wednesday for expelling the families of Palestinian terrorists to the Gaza Strip. Netanyahu sought Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit’s legal opinion on the matter just days after the latter came out in opposition to deportations. “Many

Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu backs a bill that could strip lawmakers of the right to vote on draft legislation