A Tel Aviv judge has cited national security concerns and ordered the case to be heard behind closed doors.
The Supreme Court has upheld a ruling in the Tel Aviv District Court.
Dankner will now be able to apply to the Release Committee for immediate release on medical grounds.
The international model herself would remain out of prison despite pleading guilty to tax evasion for millions of shekels in taxes.
The gas from Leviathan came ashore on time, exports look set, but Israeli factories still await hook-up, and no-one even knows who should decide on conflicts with Tamar.
Contrary to reports, Chinese consumers are embracing the convenience of biometric technology, says Adv. Carolyn Bigg, providing big opportunities for Israeli companies.
Two former military subordinates allege that the ex-IDF chief of staff made false presentations to induce them to carry out surveys without payment.
Two former Teva sales representatives told how doctors were paid to prescribe branded drugs Copaxone and Azilect.
Avichai Mandelblut is concerned that the Knesset House Committee won't be convened to consider Netanyahu's immunity until after the elections, thus delaying the trial.
The sentencing of Lee Elbaz to 22 years in prison in the US is part of the downfall of an industry that employed hundreds of Israelis, and ruined thousands of people around the world.
Article 8 of the Rome Statute on "The transfer, directly or indirectly, by the Occupying Power of parts of its own civilian population into the territory it occupies," causes problems for Israel.
Why did the prime minister let Germany sell strategic submarines to Egypt? How many submarines does Israel really need? Will Michael Ganor regret not turning state's witness?
Regulatory concern about money laundering has resulted in Israel's banks refusing to open accounts for overseas taxpayers, leaving them unable to pay.