Israel near bottom of OECD for welfare expenditureAccording to 2015 National Insurance report, Israel is fourth lowest among OECD countries in welfare expenditure.
5 years later, terror victim beats National InsuranceBeing stabbed 13 times, watching friend murdered didn't entitle her to meaningful compensation, NII argued.
How Jerusalem Arabs are fleecing National InsuranceNational Insurance head reveals how a billion shekels go to eastern Jerusalem Arabs who trick system, vows to stop terror payments.
National Insurance Asks Terror Victim Why Attacker Stabbed HimStabbed in Tel Aviv bus attack, Shai Ohana was shocked to receive letter from National Insurance Institute asking if he knew his attacker.
Shalom Yohai Sherki Recognized as Terror VictimShalom Yohai Sherki, who was murdered when a terrorist rammed his car into a bus stop, officially recognized by the State as terror victim.
31 Civilians Killed in Terror Attacks Since Last Memorial DayTerrorism on sharp rise in Israel as annual figure from 2013-2014 jumps from 2 civilian murders to 31 terror-related deaths in 2014-2015.
Defense Ministry: Hundreds of Soldiers to Receive CompensationSome 300 IDF soldiers have been declared handicapped as a result of Operation Protective Edge last summer, the Defense Ministry said.
2,495 Israelis Killed in Terrorist Attacks Since 1948The National Insurance Institute announces figures ahead of Memorial Day, which begins Sunday night.
Cabinet Approves Stripping Terrorists of BenefitsTerror murderers who are Israeli citizens will not enjoy National Insurance benefits even if they are released early in 'deals,' 'gestures.'
‘Increase Retirement Age, or Raise Taxes’National Insurance head reveals 50% of funding goes to payments to elderly, suggests raising retirement age.
Jewish Mother Accidentally Shot by IDF Has Payments CutMother of 11 accidentally shot by IDF had her benefits slashed, says Review Board's "Arab doctor saw settlers and decided to take revenge."
National Insurance Leads in Public ComplaintsOmbudsman reports on 2012 complaints. Bituach Leumi faces most complaints, followed by police.
Part-Timers Now Eligible for Unemployment BenefitsA new law will make it easier for Israelis who work part-time will for the first time qualify for unemployment benefits.
Helping the Poor, or Hurting?The institute charged with helping the poor has become their nightmare due to "draconian" policy, lawyer says.
Bill to Automatically Give POWs Disability BenefitsMK Israel Hasson has submitted a bill that would automatically award POWs a 20% disability payment.