Judge Carmel said in his ruling that although the case is serious, he chose to go easy on the defendant who claimed as his reason for the stabbing, besides hating Jews, that his sister is an alcoholic junkie.
This story would be difficult to comprehend by readers who enjoy the benefits of the First, Second and Fourth Amendments.
Almost 'normalized' but not quite: Israel completes its part of the deal, but Turkey's court refuses to dismiss the case against IDF soldiers and officers.
On December 5, 2012, clashes broke out outside the Ittihadiya presidential palace between Muslim Brothers and protesters that left 11 Egyptians dead.
An Arab-Israeli couple has been indicted on accusations of visiting an enemy country and joining ISIS.
A third of the evacuees still live in temporary housing, 14% are unemployed and a third still see themselves as Gush Katif residents.
A German court rules El Al Airlines must compensate an Israeli passenger for a 3-hour delay, as it does other passengers.
After an ultimatum by Jewish Home party head Naftali Bennett, PM Netanyahu agreed to ask the High Court for a 6-month delay on the demolition of Amona.
Judge Benichou's ruling said there was nothing in the intelligence information presented to him to justify the detention and the nightly curfew, and so he ordered it void.
UN secretary general’s special advisor on sport Wilfried Lemke has been lobbying on behalf of Rajoub, and sent FIFA a letter advising that all Jewish life in Judea and Samaria is illegal, which includes Jewish soccer teams.
Officer Mansour was director of public relations and media at the PA military liaison, the unit that coordinates security with Israel.
Will Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman sign new administrative detention orders against Ettinger?
Accused Israeli Arab spy and ex-MK Azmi Bishara is slated to speak in Washington DC, and got a US visa to do it.
Last year, Abu Sabih was indicted on eight counts of incitement to violence and terrorism, and eight counts of supporting a terror organization.
Morsi was also sentenced to death in April 2015, over a 2011 jailbreak. In June 2016 he was given a life sentence for passing state secrets to Qatar.
The original suit had been launched by ACOM, a pro-Israel lobby working against BDS in Spain.
According to the suit, the original, Jewish owner sold the painting under duress for $13,200, when he and his wife were in Paris, to pay for their escape to Brazil.
Alongside the need to restrain the legislator, Shaked sees a dire need to restrain Israel's expansionist Judiciary.
The charge will likely be fan misconduct, an item that was added to the association's rule book in 2007, when fans of Beitar Jerusalem booed during a minute of silence in memory of the late Yitzhak Rabin.
"The court will rule on the severity of his action," says the subheadline on the cover, "but there's no doubt that the single bullet he shot at the terrorist ignited the stormiest debate in Israel's society this year."