• Israel’s Knesset Suspends COVID-19 Cellphone Surveillance

    An oversight committee of the Israeli parliament suspended on Wednesday a decision that was allowing police to use cellphone data to track the movement of coronavirus infected people as part of the country’s efforts to enforce the lockdown.

  • Israel: Netanyahu will Seek Immunity from Knesset

    Israeli Prime Minister BenjaminNetanyahu announced on Wednesday he will seek immunity from corruption charges, effectively delaying his trials until after the elections scheduled for March, when he expects to get a majority coalition to protect him from prosecution.

  • Israelis Protest Against Corruption

    Around 20,000 Israelis gathered in an upscale Tel Aviv neighborhood Saturday night to protest government corruption and an impending bill in the Israeli Knesset, reported Reuters and Israeli media.

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