The combative 71-year-old prime minister, who has blasted the charges as “fabricated and ludicrous”, is attending a much-delayed hearing at a heavily-guarded Jerusalem court.
The settler faces a potential life sentence for killing a couple and their baby in a 2015 arson attack. Palestinians complain the court was sluggish in reaching a verdict, unlike the speed with which they process cases involving Palestinian suspects.
Company spokesman says the attack had "all the hallmarks of a private company that has been known to work with governments to deliver spyware that has the ability to take over mobile phone operating systems."
Omar Shakir, a US citizen, will have until May 1 to leave Israel, according to the decision by the Jerusalem district court, which rejected his appeal against the original expulsion order, noting he could take it to the supreme court.
Gaza’s Health Ministry said that the Israeli forces opened fire at Palestinians who were protesting Israel’s new security measures, killing a 14-year-old teenager and wounding three others.
Israel's election campaign is in full swing, but you'd be hard pressed to find any debate over the occupation or how to make peace with the Palestinians.
Ebru Ozkan, who arrived overnight in Istanbul, was arrested on June 11 at Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport on terror charges which Ankara says are "groundless." An Israeli court has released her on bail.
Dareen Tatour, 36, said after the hearing that she would appeal the ruling. In 2015, she posted lines from her poem on Facebook, which read, “Resist, my people, resist them. Resist the settlers' robbery and follow the caravan of martyrs.”
The photos of his detention by more than a dozen Israeli soldiers became a symbol of Jerusalem protests.
Three Turkish citizens were arrested by Israeli police following evening prayers on Friday at Al Aqsa mosque.
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