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Digital Rights Groups Fight Back Against Biometric Campaign

The idea to create a biometric database of every Israeli citizen has been controversial from the start.

Court Fines Reporter $30,000 for Defaming Netanyahus on Facebook

During the final court hearing, the defense argued that Sarna's post was a parody.

Regavim Petition High Court to Demolish Illegal Arab Resort

'It is inconceivable that under everyone's nose there appeared a new Palestinian vacation village, and the enforcement authorities on the ground continue to behave as if they suffer from a serious vision problem.'
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Dershowitz: Comey’s Statement Shows Trump Did Not Obstruct Justice

'The president can, as a matter of constitutional law, direct the attorney general, and his subordinate, the director of the FBI, tell them what to do.'

Bizarro Azaria: IDF May Prosecute Soldier Who Ran from 16 Year Old Girl with...

IDF Chief of Staff Gen. Gadi Eizenkot is on the record saying he would not want a soldier to empty a magazine on a girl with scissors.

Terrorist Marwan Barghouti Manipulated Jewish Media

The ad, filled with lies, was a bid for sympathy for convicted, vicious killers who whine after being forced to pay for their crimes.

Israeli Arabs Indicted for Collaboration with Hamas, Trafficking Illegal Weapons

The episode underscores the growing links between the criminal and terrorist worlds in the Israeli Arab community.

Disappointment: Ayelet Shaked to Appoint Miriam Naor’s Choice for Supreme Court President

No one was brave enough to challenge Miriam Naor's choice for Supreme Court president.

Hamas-Linked Al-Shabab Al-Aqsa Terrorists Indicted on Temple Mount Attack Plot

The attack plot was aimed at discouraging non-Islamic visitors from coming to the Temple Mount.

Older Is Better: Israeli Left Embracing Seniority in Appointing Supreme Court President

Is it too late to note that President Assad is a big supporter of the seniority system?

Auschwitz SS Guard, 95, Dies in Prison

Only 43 Auschwitz staff members have been sentenced in German courts.

Military Prosecutor, Azaria’s Attorney to Attempt Deal

In the last hearing, the military court of appeals asked the parties to consider a compromise.

Hamas Prisoner on Hunger Strike as PA Defies Release Order

Hamas was outraged last year when one of their members was killed by the IDF, which had been told when he would be released by PA security.

Likud MKs Blast Knesset, Court for Tolerating Anti-Israel Incitement

Ohana argued that the fight against incitement must start from within the Knesset itself.

New Settlement Approved for Amona Evacuees

Forty-two families were expelled from their homes in Amona in February in keeping with a 2006 Supreme Court ruling.

Orthodox Woman Files ‘Modest’ Lawsuit

So does the decision in the Jalal case foretell a similar outcome for Goldfarb? Not at all, says Goldfarb's attorney, Joey Aron, of Aron Law PLLC.

Pollard Loses

There were great hopes in Pollard's circle that under President Donald Trump his case would receive a more benign treatment, if not by the courts than by the new Administration.

Pollard to Netanyahu: ‘Do Not Forget Me when You Talk to Trump’

Commuting Pollard's parole would be a nice consolation prize from President Trump after his failure to honor his commitment to moving the US embassy to Jerusalem.
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Teen Arrested in Lower East Side Synagogue Arson Investigation

The young suspect was brought into the police 7th Precinct Tuesday night in the midst of the monthly meeting between local residents and Police Commissioner James O’Neill.

Trump Looks On as Erdogan Maligns Exiled Opponent, Kurdish Rebels

The Turks are afraid of any show of Kurdish might, because they are in the midst of a campaign to repress their own Kurdish citizens.

Learning the Fundamentals: Muslim Wannabe Danish Teen Guilty of Planning Jewish School Bombing

During her trial (she pleaded not guilty), the Kundby Girl was described as having undergone a drastic change in interests in the space of just a few months, from boys and shopping to holy war.

Chabad Wins Animal Rights Case on Kapparot in Federal Court

'the log shows that Chabad of Irvine only used 95 chickens and lost $24 in connection with the Kapparot Ceremony in 2014.'

PA Arrest of Official Reveals Widespread Corruption in Real Estate Registry

A Civil Administration official has been detained by the Palestinian Authority for more than a month and is accused of forging real estate documents...

Accused Jerusalem Arab Killer of British Student Hannah Bladon Indicted

Jamil Tamimi, 57, is accused of stabbing 21-year-old British student Hanna Bladon to death as she was riding on the Jerusalem Light Rail.

High Court Bars Business Owners from Paying Kashrut Inspectors’ Wages

The kashrut supervisors union strongly opposes the reform, fearing that an open and transparent pay method would adversely affect their income.

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