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Employment fair in Jerusalem attracted hundreds of ultra-Orthodox looking for jobs after their army service.
Director says the subject matter is 'too distasteful' to continue the documentary about the pedophile
The organization is "particularly concerned" about their health, noting that the strike had been organized by the journalists to protest inhumane and degrading prison treatment.
Palestinian sources said that the prisoners decided to delay the hunger strike to allow more time for negotiations with the Israel Prison Service (IPS).
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
This official decision means that the investigation will be led by Lahav 433.
By MAARIV ONLINE
Two Hamas inmates stabbed two Israeli guards in Keziot prison on Sunday evening.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
He vowed to continue with his work, saying: "All journalists are at risk of being arrested or killed while doing their work. I am not the first and I will not be the last."
Ynet released a report that Netanyahu was against tougher restrictions on illegal cellphone smuggling.
By YVETTE J. DEANE
How the Bezeq-Walla Affair will play out in court.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Metzger was imprisoned in 2017 after he signed a plea deal admitting to bribery charges.
It is suspected that a prison official used his authority to give prisoners special privileges in exchange for money.
By BEN BRESKY
At least 230 million shekels were paid in salaries to terrorist prisoners, according to PMW, and at least 176 million shekels were paid in salaries to released terrorist prisoners.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
The "phones enable terrorist operatives to advance their efforts," the Shin Bet's Spokesperson's Unit said. "By preventing this smuggling, we prevented continued terrorist activity."
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