Rivlin has no connection to incident, administration stresses
Alongside Arison, Israel's wealthiest woman, CEO of Arison Investment Efrat Peled was also questioned. The two were questioned under caution.
The enlistment exemptions were a readily resolvable matter that was intentionally drawn out for nearly two weeks.
With one of his former top aides, Shlomo Filber, directly accusing him of criminality, the prime minister’s back is finally against the wall.
Police suspect that Netanyahu acted to benefit Bezeq in return for favorable coverage.
The prosecutor referred to the Case 4000 affair as "a very severe case of bribery."
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must appoint a vice prime minister who will fill in for him on key issues when he is busy fighting his criminal investigations.
A country is not measured by a single leader, no matter how powerful he or she might be.
Member of Population, Immigration and Border Authority charged with bribery, fraud
The prime minister is expected to meet several leaders and warn of Iranian entrenchment in Syria.