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In terms of consequences, the negative diplomatic and legal impact of an ICC criminal investigation into IDF soldiers could be substantial.
The report is more than three years in the making and many parties globally, including the International Criminal Court, which is itself examining the same issues, have been awaiting its results
Ya’alon defends Gantz against damning Gaza war report
The Hannibal Protocol, which allows tremendous firepower to prevent kidnapping of soldiers, was a point of discussion in Wednesday's State Comptroller report.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The IDF and the Defense Ministry have begun to correct some of the failings raised in the report.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
The comptroller, however, criticized probes delay, intelligence and educating soldiers.
Normally clean Yesh Atid, Hatnua also fined.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid said the bill was intended to silence the comptroller and that under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, “every day that passes we become less of a democracy.”
The IDF “has not developed a complete response” and “needs to immediately carry out more preparatory work” to address the issue.
Only 30% of homecare workers have proper training.
MK Ofer Shelah defends Knesset report he led on 2014 Gaza War as ‘completely professional,’ not political.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The Israeli Chief Rabbinate currently has a monopoly over the issuing of kashrut certificates, though a recent High Court ruling has opened the door to a shift in the status quo.
By JEREMY SHARON
Is there enough proof of criminal intent as opposed to mere problematic conduct?
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