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‘WhatsApp Judge’ Ronit Poznansky-Katz Suspended Pending Disciplinary Hearing

"The proximity between the judge and the prosecution's representative produced contempt."

Analysis: Supreme Court Arab Justice Denies Jewish Suspects’ Right to Attorney

Supreme Court of Israel Justice Joubran, who made news in the past for refusing to stand up for the singing of Israel's national anthem Hatikvah, wrote that he is convinced of the need to continue the incommunicado detention.

Palestinian Authority Terrorist Indicted for Ramming Death of IDF Soldiers

IDF Sgt. Netanel Kahalani, 20, and IDF Capt. Ziv Daos, 21, were both killed in the attack and two other soldiers were very seriously injured.

Ginsburg Apologizes for Attack on Donald Trump

US Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg has apologized over an attack she made on Donald Trump.

Prosecution to Investigate Complaints against ‘Egyptian Jon Stewart’

Youssef found out his show was suspended at the same time his viewers did.

Alan Gross to get $3.2M Compensation

Gross jailed for his work on USAid project.

Netanyahu Orders 68 Homes to be Built in Ofra Ahead of Demolition Order

Will the Israeli Supreme Court grant the residents the three months needed to prepare their new homes?

Ehud Olmert Found Guilty of Fraud in ‘Talansky Affair’

Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert found guilty of fraud and breach of trust in a retrial in the 'Talansky Affair.'

Knesset Committee Asking State Comptroller to Review Administrative Detention

Even the Left are beginning to question the ongoing administrative detention of Israeli citizens.

Anti Infiltrators Bill Undoing Supreme Court Imbroglio Passes by 71 Vote Majority

The Knesset approved an amendment to a law that allows government to imprison infiltrators who do not agree to be evacuated voluntarily to a third country.

Majority of Americans Support Temporary Ban on Visitors from Terror Strongholds

The Department of Homeland Security says it will 'continue to enforce all of the president's Executive Orders."

This Bench Belongs to the Minor from Yitzhar

Israelis have started a viral protest against the anti-democratic distancing order of a 15-year-old boy from his parent's home.

Israel’s State Prosecutor to Appeal Olmert Acquittals

Israel's state prosecutor will appeal the acquittals of former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert in two of three cases decided earlier this year.

Australian Jewish College Director Suing over Claims She Pressured Abuse Victims Not to Complain

Back on February 11, 2015, the Australian ABC network reported on Nechama Bendet's testimony to the Royal Commission that day, admitting it was a mistake that Yeshivah College had never apologized directly to Manny Waks, a student who had been sexually abused by a guard.

High Court Blocks IEC From Disconnecting PA’s Electricity Despite Massive Debt

The Palestinian Authority's accumulated unpaid bills have risen to over 2.2 billion shekels.

Israeli Man Sentenced to Life For Burning Arab Teen

Ben David was found guilty and convicted on April 19 for the kidnapping, torture and subsequent murder of 14-year-old Arab, Mohammed Abu Khdeir.

Tent City Raised to Protest Beit El Building Demolitions

A tent city is raised in solidarity with Beit El residents, where two half-finished apartment buildings are threatened with demolition.

Habayit Hayehudi Submits Law Regulating High Court’s Interaction with Legislators

The bill's sponsors also claim that Justice Barak's constitutional revolution 'disrupted the delicate balance between the legislative and judicial branches.'

Olmert Leaves Prison after 16 Months, May Be Ill

The Prosecutor's Office wanted to postpone the parole board hearing indefinitely but only received a one-week postponement. A request for an extension was rejected by parole board chair, retired judge Rachel Goldberg.

Netanyahu Hands Communications Portfolio to Tzachi HaNegbi

PM Netanyahu is also contending with Case 1000, a probe into gifts he and his wife have received.

4 Arabs Arrested for Stoning Jewish Baby

Police also picked up 4 Israeli demonstrators who were yelling anti-Arab slogans after the attack.

IDF Offers Temporary Homes to 15 Expelled Families in Netiv Ha’Avot

"The time has come for the Israeli government to take its citizens seriously."

New Management: Liberman Says Soldiers Shouldn’t Have to Consult a Lawyer on the Battlefield

The loud and clear statement from the Defense Minister that he will back his soldiers rather than sic lawyers at them will likely go a long way to improve IDF morale.

Argentina Spymaster Testifies Fernandez Govt Involved in Death of Prosecutor Alberto Nisman

Testimony implies former Pres. Cristina Fernandez and her government may have murdered Alberto Nisman.

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