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Israeli Programmer: Facebook Offered Me a Job Ahead of my Testimony Against It in...

Ben-Israel thinks the Facebook hiring attempt was an obstruction of justice and that the court should treat it as a criminal offense.

High Court Rejects Leftwing NGO Appeal Against Amona Refugees’ Relocation

"There is no concrete claim to land rights at all here," Justice Solberg said, pointing out that "the nearest Palestinian village, Jalud, is 2 kilometers away as the crow flies."

German High Court Overturns Sharia Police Acquittal

Germany's Federal Court of Justice, the country's highest court, on Thursday overturned a lower court's decision in November 2016 to acquit a group of...
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Chabadniks Rejoice as Trump Commutes Sentence of Sholom Rubashkin

"Mr. Rubashkin has now served more than 8 years of that sentence, which many have called excessive in light of its disparity with sentences imposed for similar crimes," President Trump's announcement noted.

Woman Who Used to Be Haredi Man Wins Appeal in Court Fight over Children

Until about two years ago she was a Haredi man, married with children and living in North Manchester, England. But when he became a...

Supreme Court Suspends Interior Minister’s Revoking of Terrorist’s Citizenship

The revocation was due to take place last October, after it had been approved by both the Haifa District Court and the attorney general, according to the law.

Security Cabinet to Tell High Court: Reconsider Your Ruling On Returning Terrorist Bodies

The security cabinet did not accept the High Court's rulings and is demanding an expanded court be convened to reconsider their decision.

Kushner May Fry for Trying to Block Obama’s UNSC Betrayal of Israel

Kushner could become the first US citizen to have been charged with violating the 1799 Logan Act, and if he did this on behalf of his father-in-law then the Trump presidency is in very deep trouble.

Hague Prosecutor Closes Case Against Israel over 2010 Flotilla Raid

Prosecutor Bensouda said in a statement: "I have ultimately decided to reaffirm my previous decision of November 6, 2014," in which she ruled that the raid was "not of sufficient gravity."

Israeli Rabbinical Court Approved Marriage of Cohen and Convert

Jewish law forbids a Cohen to marry a divorced woman or a convert.

Border Police Start Evacuation of Building in Netiv Ha’Avot Outpost in Gush Etzion

In recent days, the State Attorney's Office has been examining a solution for six of the neighborhood's buildings, which are also only partially located outside the approved area.

Report: Israeli High Court Blocked Most Terrorist Home Demolitions

Home demolitions are an important deterrent tool against terror attacks, but the IDF is not being allowed to use it.

In Challenge to Tillerson’s Warning, Fatah Launches Legal Campaign Against Israel

Challenging the Secretary of State's threat, Fatah announced the implementation of the PA leadership's decision to go to the ICC.

Eight Democrats Pushing Bill to Prevent IDF Arrests of Underage Arab Rioters

Starting in 2015 in the US, in 2016 in Australia, and in August 2017 in Canada, NGOs led by Defense for Children International Palestine (DCI-P) have been conducting a campaign under the label of “No Way to Treat a Child.”
Haredi soldiers praying in the fields. Some are less welcome in their own shuls.

Harassed Hareidi IDF Officer Wins NIS 500,000 Compensation in Court

Three extremists campaigning against the Conscription Law publicized his name and private family information.

Eastern Jerusalem Arab Destroys Own Condemned Home to Avoid Demolition Fees

The labor of redeeming the neighborhood appear to reach the phase of removing an entire cluster of Arab squatters from al-Bustan, with structures rebuilt and either sold or rented to Jewish newcomers.

New Law Will Take War on BDS to Next Level

According to the Boycott Law, a person or group harmed by a boycott may seek compensation from the individual or group that had harmed him.

Saudi Crown Prince Freezes Rivals’ 1,200 Local, International Bank Accounts

Bloomberg estimates the amount of money confiscated over charges of corruption so far at $33 billion.

Netanyahu For and Against Death Penalty to Terrorists, Depending on Where

Israel inherited the British Mandate of Palestine code of law, which included the death penalty for several offenses, but in 1954 Israel abolished the death penalty for murder.

Report: Ateret Kohanim Offered $4.5 Million for Jaffa Gate Hotel – Got it for...

The appeal represents the first major case before the court under its new president, Justice Esther Hayut.

High Court: Jewish Settlers Part of Local Judea, Samaria, Population

Retiring Justice Salim Joubran ruled that according to International Law it is permissible to impound lands in favor of the Israeli population in Judea and Samaria, provided it is done reasonably.

Netanyahu Asked Trump to Let Pollard Go Home

An American source stated in response to the story that the Pollard affair should not be linked to the peace agreement.

Survey: 59% of Israelis Agree with President’s Support of High Court Against Netanyahu

59% said they agree or quite agree with the president, while only 26% say they do not agree or quite disagree. 15% said they did not know.

President Rivlin Swears in New Supreme Court Chief Justice Esther Hayut

Justice Hayut's reputation as a jurist far outshines Naor's.

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