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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.
"I am begging you, if you can, please help me to do the mitzvah (commandment) of pidyon shvuyim (returning captives) and bring Yitzchak home. For the sake of his life."
Stories of Palestinian Authority torture have been coming out since the Jerusalem District Court ruled that Palestinians can sue the PA in Israeli courts earlier this summer.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Russian members of the Tanski gang tried to set Eshel prison in south Israel ablaze on Monday, the fires was put out and no one was hurt.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA,HAGAY HACOHEN
Secrets, lies and prison Nathan Englander’s newest novel delves into the Israeli psyche and some of the country’s darkest tales.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
The swap seeks to benefit Iran's and Syria's power in the conflict and the region.
By JACOB GOFF KLEIN
Mohammad Abu Sakha, a clown and activist, was released after spending 20 months in prison.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Salah Hamouri was one of the 1027 prisoners who was freed in 2011 in the exchange for Gilad Schalit.
By SHOSHANA KRANISH
Two of the plaintiffs ate only fruit and matzah in April because they were not provided with kosher-for-Passover meals.
Katsav recently appealed to Rivlin to lift the limitations that had been placed upon him.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The famous Jewish-American killer, "Son of Sam," now claims the Devil made him do it.
"When a citizen sees one of the most senior figures [in his country] brought to jail, he can wave his finger at the world and say, 'We have justice here!'"
By REBECCA MONTAG
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