Longtime ‘Post’ law correspondent shares standout events he witnessed from the benches of justice while reporting on premiers Olmert and Netanyah.
The salaries were frozen during the COVID-19 pandemic and were supposed to automatically rise by 12.5%.
Netanyahu claimed that the drivers could no longer work with him because he doesn't trust them after they worked for Bennett and Lapid.
Publications apparently aim to express concern for democracy, but in reality, they are attempts to negate the free democratic election of Israeli citizens.
Residents on Azza Street have expressed concern in recent days over the possibility that the street - one of the main arteries in Jerusalem leading to the center of the city - will become clogged.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
Amir Ohana thanked his husband, Alon, for supporting him during his first speech as Knesset Speaker.
Likud MKs have claimed that officials in Netanyahu's office have leaked information to journalists.
Rishi Sunak's letter came a day after his first major foreign policy speech, which included his intention to work closely with "friends" in Israel.
Moving Italy's embassy to Jerusalem - one of the only cities in the world that truly rivals ancient Rome - may have more implications than meet the eye.