- Serial rapist suspect captured (12/15/1999)
- Tel Aviv serial rapist believed caught (12/16/1999)
- The (bad) boy next door (12/24/1999)
- Police under fire (12/24/1999)
- Crime and punishment (12/24/1999)
- Benny Sela still refuses to cooperate with his defence attorneys (07/27/2000)
- Benny Sela convicted of 13 rapes (10/03/2000)
- Court rejects Sela's plea for immediate sentence (11/29/2000)
- Serial rapist Sela gets 35 years (01/01/2001)
- FROM A DISTANCE: A shattered dream (01/11/2001)
- Know thy neighbor (07/29/2002)
- Jailed rapist charged with harassing victim (01/12/2004)
- Convicted serial rapist Benny Sela appeals 35-year sentence (01/12/2004)
- Convicted serial rapist Benny Sela appeals 35-year sentence (01/20/2004)
- Court rejects rapist's appeal against severity of sentence (01/20/2004)
- Police: Only public will find serial rapist (11/25/2006)
- Benny Sela: A study in evil (11/26/2006)
- Rapist's escape a warning sign (12/01/2006)
- Twenty years after being attacked, serial rapist victim finally speaks out about her ordeal (12/06/2006)
- Exclusive: What police did to serial rapist (12/10/2006)
- Court puts paid to serial rapist's serial motions (08/14/2011)
Jerusalem Post - 19:30 Wednesday, December 15, 1999
By Larry Derfner
By Larry Derfner
Benny Sela convicted of 13 rapes
Court rejects Sela's plea for immediate sentence
By Heidi J. Gleit
By Naomi Ragen
By Yuval Yoaz and Zvi Harel, Haaretz Correspondents
The lawyer for Benny Sela, currently serving a 35-year jail term for 13 counts of sexual assault, rape and sodomy, appealed Monday to the Supreme Court for a reduction in his sentence.
Police: Only public will find serial rapist
By Avi Cohen
YNET News - November 11, 2006
Large police forces dispatched to Tel Aviv's central railway station Saturday following reports escaped convict Benny Sela was seen in area; some 2,000 police officers searching for serial rapist since morning hours. Simultaneously, investigation enters high gear, police sources do not reject possibility Sela was aided by element inside system.
Still free: A day after serial rapist Benny Sela's escape, more than 2,000 police officers and volunteers deployed in the streets of Tel Aviv Saturday morning in order to continue the search for the escaped prisoner.
Benny Sela: A study in evil
By Rebecca Ana Stoil
Jerusalem Post - November 26, 2006
“Those that are close to me know the story,” Yael says. “I don’t go into all the details, but I told people what happened to me, so they can understand me better.
Court puts paid to serial rapist's serial motions
By Raanan Ben-Zur
YNET News - August 14, 2011
Judge, Prison Service out of patience with Benny Selah's never-ending nuisance motions, rule to limit him, cancel motion fee exemption claiming they deny 'other prisoners from their due relevant rights'
Convicted rapist Benny Sela has once again made the headlines: The serial rapist has become known as a "serial appellant". First it was a motion against the Prison Service, then it was a motion against an indecent act within the prison walls followed by the media storm created by his escape and now – the courts are fighting back.