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Defense Ministry: Settlements’ Regulation Act Favors Arabs

While the law prevents enforcement against 2,000 structures belonging to Israelis, it is also making it difficult for the authorities and the IDF to act against more than 10,000 illegal Arab structures.

Canadian Company Fined $25,000 for Selling Non-Kosher Cheese to Jewish Camps

According to CFIA, 'this is the first case in Canada brought before a provincial court related to the misrepresentation of a kosher food product.'

Evicted Hebron Settlers: In Response to UNESCO Resolution, Let Us Go Home

The legal owners are planning to sneak back into Machpelah House in the coming weeks, sans coordination with the powers that be, and let's see Netanyahu and Liberman evicting them from their homes in the UNESCO sanctioned Palestinian heritage site.

Justice Minister Shaked: Supremes Tied my Hands, Expropriated the Knesset Authority

'Let's say that the Defense Minister will decide to recommend to the post of Chief of Staff the most senior general among the command staff,' Shaked said, 'Would public opinion approve such a decision?'
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Terrorist who Firebombed Little Girl Gets 18 Years

Ayala suffered from third-degree burns in 50% of her body.

Conviction in Kinneret Church Arson case, Co-Defendant Acquitted

Judge George Azulai did not accept the police claims that Asraf lent his car to Reuveni, despite tire marks matching the car's which were found in the church's olive grove.

Former MK Basel Ghattas Starts Serving Prison Term for Security Violations

In his ruling, Judge Itay Bresler-Gonen wrote that Ghattas "took advantage of his status as a member of the Knesset and the trust given him by the democratic system and the IPS.'

IDF Arrests 2 PFLP Female Leaders

Jarrar, who represents the PLFP in the Palestinian Legislative Council, was released from Israeli prison in June 2016 after serving 15 months and paying a $3,000 fine.

Israel Starts Suing the Estates of Killed Terrorists

'From now on, anyone who plotted, planned or contemplated carrying out an attack will know that their family would pay a heavy price for their heinous act.'

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.

Parole Board Releasing Former Prime Minister Sunday

The State Attorney's Office strongly opposed the decision and is expected to request that the release delayed and may appeal the decision.

Alitalia Pays Out $6,500 to Israelis Stuck in Rome Without Diapers

'Is it conceivable that every time a passenger in Israel needs to contact the defendant to clarify details regarding his or her flight, or customer service, they can only do so by emailing an overseas representative?' Estreicher wrote, wondering if such correspondence was expected to be conducted in Italian.

Regavim Petitions High Court over Arab ‘Smugglers’ Highway’

'The immediate significance of the new route is an increase in the amount of smuggling, including weapons, prostitution, illegal aliens, and the export of Palestinian women to the Bedouin population for polygamous marriages.'

US Supreme Court Restores Partial Travel Ban

Applicants who claim relationships with anyone in the country are unaffected by the ban on visa applicants from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Sudan and Yemen.

Hadassah Crisis ‘Has Gone On Far Too Long’ Says Netanyahu

“I request the sides make a final effort, which will not be simple... There is no reason to wait another two days and cause the children unnecessary suffering.”
The Ulpana Hill neighborhood of the town of Beit El is in the middle of a political storm over Palestinian claims to the land and a draconian Supreme Court decision.

Netanyahu Makes Good on Housing Promise to Beit El – For Now

Nevertheless, it is still not clear exactly when the project will be brought to completion, and no end date was set by the prime minister.

Civil Rights Groups Praise Decision Banning Gender Separation on El Al

"When the only contact people have with the Orthodox Jewish world is negative and aggressive, it reflects badly on all of us," a hareidi-religious businesswoman said.
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Bill Sending Land Claims Against Settlers to Lower Courts Wins Preliminary Vote

The proposed bill determines that administrative petitions against state authorities in Judea and Samaria will be heard in district courts and not in the High Court of Justice, just as such cases are handled within the Green Line.

Rabbinate Report: Jerusalem Leads Israel in Divorces

Jerusalem led in 2016 in number of divorces: 725 couples. Meanwhile, Modi'in Illit saw a 45% rise in divorces. In all, in 2016, 10,841 couples were divorced in Israel, compared with 10,653 in 2015.

Minister Levin Attacks Justice Na’or for ‘Illegally’ Keeping Files on Judges

The Justice Ministry believes the President of the Supreme Court never received authorization to possess the database in her computer.

Ministers Approve Bill Requiring Judea, Samaria Arab Land Petitions to Start in District Courts

The bill would reduce the great burden borne by the Supreme Court in its role as High Court of Justice, for which the justices would surely be grateful.

Juan Thompson Pleads Guilty to Fake Bomb Threats Against Jewish Institutions

He told the court he intended "to disrupt my ex-romantic partner's life and cause her great distress" after she had ended their relationship.

Beginner’s Confidence: Tillerson Certain PA Will Stop Paying Terrorist Prisoners; Ignores Abbas’s Legal Obstacles

The payments to prisoners are not just an executive decision Chairman Abbas can turn on and off at will – even if he wanted to. It's the law in the Palestinian Authority.

Al Jazeera Israel: If They Try to Shut Us Down We’ll Petition High Court...

'Just because the situation is ugly, and the wars are ugly, it's not our fault.'

Rejecting Netanyahu, AG Vows to Keep Supreme Court’s Excessive Powers

Israel is the only country in the civilized world where plaintiffs are permitted to go directly to the top of the appeals process – and without direct connection to the case in question.

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