The current police investigations into Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have their roots in the 2011 social justice protests
- 12 July, 2017 The IDF wanted to investigate a key moment in the Gaza war. Netanyahu said no Massive firepower was used on 'Black Friday' in 2014, when the Israeli army killed dozens of Palestinians trying to prevent the abduction of a soldier
- 23 October, 2017 Israeli police say Palestinian must prove he owns land from which his olives were stolen The Palestinian claims that the olives, from which he makes a living, were held by the police for two weeks without him being informed
- 30 December, 2017 Israelis are taking to the streets to protest Netanyahu. But what would it take for ‘Bibi to go home’? Six years ago, Israelis demanded social justice in their hundreds of thousands. The numbers now protesting government corruption are smaller, but experts say perseverance is the key to their potential success
- 6 November, 2017 Israeli police closing in on Netanyahu’s inner circle in submarine graft scandal Netanyahu's closest advisers had two main arguments to deflect blame off of the prime minister in Israel's submarine corruption affair. But Netanyahu's 'great wall' seems to be crumbling
- 14 January, 2017 Favoring politicians, backing tycoons? Staff reveal inside story of scandal-hit Israeli newspaper Publisher Arnon Mozes is at the center of a police investigation involving his Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Ex-employees claim the daily and its sister website have long danced to the tune of their owner.