Press Council Backs ISA The Israel Press Council refuses to back Haaretz in spy case, but warns against arresting journalist. US faces similar incident.
High Court Prevents Spy's ArrestDespite severity of charges, High Court keeps accused spy under house arrest but orders that she be supervised by her family 24 hours a day.
Israeli Condolences to PolandIsraeli dignitaries converged on the Begin Center in Jerusalem to pay their last respects to President Lech Kaczynski.
Globes: Hundreds Nix HaaretzGlobes believes that hundreds of people have canceled their subscriptions for the daily newspaper in the wake of the Kam-Haaretz spy scandal.
Kadima MK: Close Down HaaretzMK Yulia Shamalov-Berkovich joined MK Michael Ben-Ari in demanding that the Minister of Interior order Haaretz shut down over espionage affair.
Kam 'Lost' Top Secret DiscA disc containing top secret materials that then-soldier Anat Kam copied from the Head of Central Command's bureau 'disappeared.'
Spy Waives ConfidentialitySpy Anat Kam has waived journalist's confidentiality rights and called on Haaretz writer Uri Blau to bring top-secret files back to Israel.
Leftists Taught ‘Reporter Spy’Anat Kam, who may face life in prison for leaking secret documents, studied under the rabid left-wing history Professor Shlomo Sand in Tel Aviv .
Haaretz Ed. Shocks on Facebook As Haaretz writer's stolen IDF documents story breaks, Ass't. Editor calls fallen IDF soldier's family "Jihadist Fascists".
MK Ben-Ari: Close Down HaaretzMK Hasson calls to stop subscriptions to Haaretz; MK Ben-Ari says paper should be shut down. Media is curiously supportive of accused spy.
Chronology of Haaretz Spy Case The spy case revealed in April 2010 began in late 2008. Here's the story of how the case unfolded, and the dangers it still poses.
Furious Reactions to Spy CaseResponses to the Anat Kam theft-espionage case decried the links connecting the media, the left-wing camp, and anti-Israel treachery.
‘Abbas Turned Tables on Israel’Foreign Minister Lieberman: Abbas asked Israel to topple Hamas during Cast Lead and then blamed Israel for war crimes. “Is that a partner?”
'Israel Won't be Blackmailed'Foreign Minister Lieberman to tell European ministers that Israel is willing to talk, but won't give in to PA blackmail.
Lieberman Boycotts Brazil LeaderBrazil’s President da Silva refused a customary visit to Herzl’s grave but will pay respects to Arafat. Lieberman boycotted his Knesset speech.
Lieberman: No 'Land for Peace'Foreign Minister Lieberman: "No more territory in exchange for peace; all future agreements must be based on 'peace in exchange for peace.'"
Norway, Israel in Policy ClashNorway’s Foreign Minister is the first EU official in nine years to meet the PA in eastern Jerusalem. Lieberman told him: It's off limits.
Ayalon Apologizes to AmbassadorThe Foreign Ministry issued an official apology for an "inappropriate" meeting between Israel's Deputy Foreign Minister and Turkey's Ambassador.
Lieberman: We Sold Oslo IllusionForeign Minister Lieberman told Israeli diplomats to make it clear to the world: Oslo was an illusion. On Syria, "Forget about indirect talks."
Bibi, Lieberman Fight GoldstoneIsraeli leaders are working hard to prevent the Goldstone Report from winning approval in Friday's vote at the U.N. Human Rights Council.
Lieberman Draws 'Red Lines'Foreign Minister Lieberman wants Netanyahu to renew the “Bush understandings” with Obama and says the proposed “freeze” must not include Jerusalem.
Peres Acting Foreign Minister?President Shimon Peres has been filling a vacuum left by partially-shunned Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, Newsweek reports.
FM: Diplomats Need IDF PastForeign Minster Lieberman said that from now on he wants career diplomats who have served in the IDF or performed national service.
Norway on Lieberman’s Black ListForeign Minister Lieberman has added Norway to his “black list,” headed by Sweden, where its tabloid has published allegations against Israel.
Progress in Settlement TalksIsrael and the U.S. are close to an agreement on settlement construction, revealed the Prime Minister’s envoy to negotiations Yitzhak Molcho.
FM to Consul: Quiet or QuitForeign Minister Lieberman is furious over the Israel Consul in Boston who condemned government policies, but local Jews back the Consul.
Lieberman: I Have No RegretsAs police threaten to indict him for bribery, FM Lieberman says he regrets nothing, and he expects to remain in office for several years.
Two Ex-Allies Incriminate FMThe abrupt turnabout in the long investigation of FM Lieberman came about when documentation allegedly showing Cypriot bank deposits was found.
Lieberman, Abbas Trade BarbsFM Lieberman and PA Chairman Abbas trade barbs: Abbas says Bibi should have picked Livni, Lieberman terms Abbas “not really legitimate.”
FM: PA Blocking Peace EffortsFM Lieberman told the UN that construction in Judea and Samaria is not an obstacle to peace and he blamed the PA for stalling peace efforts.
Clinton, Lieberman Fight it OutClinton held no punches and told Lieberman at a news conference, “Stop the settlements.” Lieberman, who lives in Yesha, replied, “No way.”