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Haredi Parties Want Constitutional Right to Learn Torah

"This basic law seeks to anchor the right of those who wish to dedicate themselves to a meaningful period of Torah study to the removal of other obligations ... such as security service and voluntary national service.

Rabbinical Court Allows Husband of Get Refuser to Marry 2nd Wife

The court also ruled that plaintiff's first wife continues to be free to approach the court and sue for divorce, including all the compensations of severance to which she is entitled.

If Brooklyn Has a Haredi Woman Judge, Why Shouldn’t Israel?

Shaked: “I see before me a special challenge in the appointment of a female haredi judge."

PA Urges ICC to Prevent ‘Israeli Crimes’

The Palestinian Authority claims Israel has violated international law by arresting and detaining soldier-slapper Ahed Tamimi.

Israeli Programmer: Facebook Offered Me a Job Ahead of my Testimony Against It in...

Ben-Israel thinks the Facebook hiring attempt was an obstruction of justice and that the court should treat it as a criminal offense.

Jerusalem Stabber Back in Court

"For the sake of the homeland I sacrificed my blood, everything for you, Palestine."

Ahed Tamimi to Stay in Jail Until Trial

"NGOs cannot have it both ways: arguing she is treated too harshly for a 16-year old, but lauding her for intentional provocation against soldiers.”

Israel Fines Teva $22 Million for Corruption

Last Friday, Moody’s Investors Service downgraded Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. to junk rating, citing the company’s debt load.

High Court Rejects Leftwing NGO Appeal Against Amona Refugees’ Relocation

"There is no concrete claim to land rights at all here," Justice Solberg said, pointing out that "the nearest Palestinian village, Jalud, is 2 kilometers away as the crow flies."

Supreme Court Justice Eliyahu Winograd Dead at 91

“Judge Eliyahu Winograd was a legal beacon whose contribution to the security of Israel was enormous.”

German High Court Overturns Sharia Police Acquittal

Germany's Federal Court of Justice, the country's highest court, on Thursday overturned a lower court's decision in November 2016 to acquit a group of...

Israel Won’t Carry Out Bedouin Expulsion Ruling

This is part of the 'Fayyad Plan,' targeting areas that create a territorial contiguous corridor from Bethlehem in the south, to Ramallah in the north.

Justice Minister to Sever PA Arabs’ Land Claims from High Court

Contrary to the current situation, the High Court of Justice will not be the first instance to hear Judea and Samaria Arabs' petitions. But the decisions of the District Court can be appealed to the Supreme Court.

Delta Airlines Sued for Anti-Semitic Behavior on NYC-Tel Aviv Route

It's worth noting that Delta has a "Sky Team" partnership with 'Saudia' and also flies routes to Saudi Arabia, which bars Jews.

Death Penalty for Terrorists Passed in Preliminary Vote

MK Robert Ilatov: "All those who claim that we can lose our deterrence against terrorist organizations [if we apply the death penalty], will those people tell me if imprisonment of terrorists is a deterrence?"

Gaza-Directed Hamas Terror Cell Arrested in Judea & Samaria

"The Hamas command in Gaza has been increasingly motivated of late to advance attacks via Hamas members in Judea and Samaria."

Ahed Tamimi, Mom Nariman Tamimi Indicted on Multiple Charges

Tamimi, whose age has been the focus of a great deal of media attention, was charged with 12 counts for six separate incidents.

Israel Planning Aggressive Measures Against African Illegals

At present, Israel is home to an estimated 40,000 infiltrators from Africa.

Argentine Jewish Prosecutor’s Death Ruled Homicide

Nisman was Jewish, but not religious, and dedicated ten years of his life to the investigation of the Jewish center's bombing.

Solomon Family in Court Today to Demand Death Penalty for Loved Ones’ Killer

"He simply should not smile any longer," Prime Minister Netanyahu told the mourners.

Egypt Hanged 15 Terrorists Tuesday Morning and They Didn’t Become Martyrs

In mid-December, the heads of the Knesset coalition parties approved the demand of Yisrael Beiteinu chairman Avigdor Liberman to support a death penalty for terrorists bill, which should be submitted in the new year.

Former Police Official: Netanyahu Indictments Next Month, Expect Earthquake

A caustic Netanyahu blamed Horev for the wave of tendentious police leaks against him, and declared that "If there is anything that harms the public's trust in the police, it is its bizarre employment of the political adviser Horev."

AG: Interior Ministry Not Allowed to Revoke Immigrants’ Citizenship

In certain cases, the Authority sought to revoke the Israeli citizenship many years after it had been awarded.

Indictment: Israeli Bedouin Brothers Dressed as Hikers, Went Looking for a Soldier to Murder

The indictment states that the two agreed on the code word "pizza" to describe a potential victim, and so, on the day of the murder, Khaled called his brother when he had spotted kokia and said over the phone: "We have pizza."

Justice Minister Laments High Court’s Domination over the Representatives of the People

"I, too, lived on this earth before the mid-1990s," Shaked said. "I still remember Israel before the Basic Laws. Sometimes the laws were more successful and sometimes less. We were not the land of the sons of darkness, nor were we redeemed by the sons of light."

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