"Hamas uses women children and women as human shields, in blatant violation of the rules of warfare and the Geneva convention."
"Imagine taking a chunk of rotting corpse from a stagnant sewer, placing it in a blender and spraying the filthy liquid in your face."
During the hearing, the squatters' attorneys made it clear that their clients were not willing to move too far from the current location of their shantytown, at most "a hundred or two hundred meters."
Attorney Ben-Gvir wrote the AG: "It is clear to any knowledgeable person that the government's decision was a political ploy designed to silence the opposition."
In the case of Khan al Ahmar, the High Court has displayed a disturbing "flexibility," extending a legal process which, by the Court's own admission, has been plagued by intolerable stalling.
It would have been interesting to watch the outcome of Tamimi's "brave" attack had her subject been a Syrian, Iraqi, or even Hamas or Palestinian Authority soldier.
Iran claims the US' decision violated the Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Relations, signed by the US and Iran in 1955, decades before the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The court is entitled not to accept the request if it is not convinced that the immediate implementation of this directive is critical for the prevention of damage.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is what passes for justice in IDF court rooms. Perhaps what Israel needs most desperately these days is an army.
While the High Court of Justice does not investigate the legitimacy of claims made by Arab land owners, an administrative court will start with a demand for evidence, which, in a majority of these cases, is dubious at best.
According to Anadolu, Oktar has been placed on a wanted list issued by Combating Financial Crimes department of the provincial police.
Netanyahu called it "a huge industry that provides an incentive to bring women from Jordan and Saudi Arabia."
Judge Ami Kobo of the Central District Court in Lod this weekend ordered the Evaluation Service of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Social...
"Expelling the families of terrorists, removing the lavish benefits terrorists receive in prison, and legislating the death penalty would undoubtedly reduce the number of terror attacks and save innocent Israeli lives."
In 2013, Prof. Shany evaluated the Israeli judicial system on YouTube – we believe his views foretell a worse scrutiny of Israel by the UNHRC in the next 18 months.
The split was part of Likud's efforts to cut down on leftwing voices in Israel's public channels, or as Culture Minister Miri Regev put it at the time: "Why set up a new broadcasting corporation if we don’t control it?"
The minor detainee testified that Shabak interrogator Roni "said that he would not mind having a sexual experience with a man, and at the same time he puts his hand on me."
When JTA repeated the term Syrian Palestinian, it gave its approval to a regime of repression against an entire underclass of Syrian residents forever prevented by government fiat from attaining normalcy.
Regavim responded to an extensive hatchet article in Yediot Ahronot claiming the movement backed the Knesset Regulation Law because it solves personal land-ownership issues for the movement's leaders.
The performance was based on the testimonies of Shabak interrogators in the Central District Court in Lod during the early trial proceedings.
The parole board rejected Tamimi's plea because she had shown "no expression of remorse, severity of the offenses and assessment of the danger."
"I’ve worked with hundreds of actresses, hundreds, and not a single one—big ones, famous ones, ones starting out—have ever, ever, not a single one, ever suggested any kind of impropriety at all,” Allen said.
The petition against the IDF was filed last year by Stanislav Yurovsky, an IDF officer, through the Association for Civil Rights in Israel.
If the ICC were to show intellectual honesty in this case, it could end up ruling that the Israeli settlements are not a violation of the convention and therefore not at all a war crime.
During the hearing, the judge stated that the detention had indeed been unusually long.