7th February 2017
The prime minister of Israel called on all ‘reasonable countries’ to follow Trump’s lead after Iran carried out missile tests. Read More
31st January 2017
How do terrorists move money? This article examines six of the most widely used methods: cash couriers, informal transfer systems (e.g. hawala), money service businesses, formal banking, false trade invoicing, and high value commodities. Read More
31st January 2017
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will bring up renewed sanctions on Iran when he meets with U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House next month, citing a reported testing of a ballistic missile by the Islamic Republic. Read More
30th January 2017
Officers seen arriving at official residence of Israeli prime minister, who has accused his perceived enemies of ‘an attempted coup’. Read More
24th January 2017
The Israeli Tax Authority has put forward a draft tax guideline on how to treat Bitcoin. The announcement on the 11 January 2017 in their official publication sets out these proposed guidelines. Read More
23rd January 2017
Roni Alsheich says he believes police will transfer the material for the prosecution to decide within next few weeks, adding that disagreements with the prosecution center around interpretation of evidence. Read More
11th January 2017
The Netanyahus are no stranger to controversy over their lifestyle, who finances it and how they treat their employees. Read More
9th January 2017
Israeli media have reported the existence of an audiotape that is increasing pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is facing an inquiry into corruption allegations. Read More
6th January 2017
Israeli police have questioned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a second time as part of an inquiry into corruption allegations. Read More
5th January 2017
Beny Steinmetz, owner of mining group BSG Resources, has been released without charge by Israeli police after being held under house arrest in connection with bribery allegations. Read More