The five lawmakers sent a letter Wednesday to Attorney General Merrick Garland on behalf of 9/11 victims’ families calling on the Department of Justice to declassify and publish the reports.
In a recent interview given to Democrat TV the former prime minister referred to the Netanyahu family as "mentally ill"
75 co-plaintiffs are suing the former president in a class action lawsuit for the United States' coronavirus death toll and for economic and psychological problems.
Supreme Court Justice Yael Willner ruled this week that Walla should not be required to continue publishing Taboola's content recommendations.
Earlier this year, Wisconsin prosecutors cleared Rusten Sheskey, the officer involved in the shooting, saying he acted in self-defense.
To date, the Hague has not issued any response to the lawsuit filed against the PA, according to Shurat HaDin.
Shafir's attorneys noted that Netanyahu had "severely attacked the plaintiff as a woman, including expressions that constitute actual harassment."
Jewish and civil liberties groups said the lawsuit, had it been successful, would have inhibited nonprofit work.
The Meretz Party sent Ploskov a letter demanding she and the Likud publish a formal retraction of her statement, threatening to sue for slander and violation of election propaganda law.