corruption in israel

THE FALSE narratives about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also make the establishment of a unity
What flipped key state’s witness against Netanyahu in Case 4000? - analysis

In one of the narratives, the police used any and all means.

Is new comptroller panel about diversity or protecting PM? - analysis

Critics of the committee have slammed the appointments as motivated entirely to help Netanyahu get permission to use donations from tycoon allies to pay his legal defense.

Israeli Supreme Court
Why can’t Israel kick public corruption? - Analysis

All of them are, of course, innocent until proven guilty; however, such a lengthy list raises questions over how this can happen and how to prevent it.

Presidential advisor accused of corruption

Rivlin has no connection to incident, administration stresses

20/07/2019
Micha Lindenstrauss
Micha Lindenstrauss, former state comptroller, passes away at 82

As state comptroller he prioritized the fight against government corruption.

By ARIK BENDER/MAARIV
03/05/2019
Nir Barkat
Barkat seeks to be paid only one shekel salary as Member of Knesset

The former mayor of Jerusalem turned MK is Israel's richest politician by a wide margin, earning his wealth in anti-virus software.

Aryeh Deri during Shas Conference on February 10th, 2019
Aryeh Deri déjà vu – A minister on the way to prison again? - analysis

If Deri is indicted and convicted, it would mean that a corrupt man was running a key ministry for over four years and was repeatedly allowed to do so by both the political and legal establishments.

Faina Kirschenbaum
Ex deputy minister Kirschenbaum testifies for 1st time in bribery trial

Notably, Kirschenbaum remained loyal to Avigdor Liberman and said he knew nothing about the scheme.

A screenshot of a Blue and White ad attacking Benjamin Netanyahu
New Blue and White ads highlight Likud corruption

"Once is an incident and twice is a coincidence but the third time is already a system," the ad says.

13/03/2019
Hinnom Valley
Jerusalem cable car could damage ancient Karaite cemetery - report

Proponents say it will help tourists get to the Old City, but the Karaites join environmentalists, archaeologists and watch-dog groups in petitioning against the cable car project.

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