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Report: Anti-Terrorism Clarification Act Could Force PA to Cut Security Cooperation

It's likely that had Sen. Grassley consulted with the Israeli security apparatus, they would have discouraged his amendment.

PM Netanyahu’s Wife’s Corruption Trial Opens Today

Mrs. Netanyahu did not heed the advice of her attorneys who've been recommending that she apologize and pay back the money.

Congressman Nadler Vows to Investigate Kavanaugh After Democrats Win the House

Democrats accuse Kavanaugh of lying under oath to the Senate Judiciary committee on two occasions.

Judge Brett Kavanaugh Confirmed by US Senate as Supreme Court Justice

“He unquestionably deserves confirmation... This is a chamber in which the politics of intimidation and personal destruction do not win the day.”
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Terrorist Who Murdered Salomon Family: I Picked a House with Sounds of Laughter

"I tried to encourage people who carry out attacks on Facebook, but there was no response so I decided to carry out an attack myself."

Tel Aviv Appeals to High Court Over Halt on Shabbat Bridge Construction

MK Uri Maklev argued that "just as you know how to close the streets for marathons and bicycle races and other such events, the same approach must be used in building such complex engineering infrastructures."

Bereaved Family Rages as Court Debates European-Funded NGO’s Appeal Against Deporting Terrorist’s Family

The appeal on behalf of the terrorist's family was submitted by leftwing NGO HaMoked which received more than $3 million from foreign sources.

Evacuation of Illegal Arab Settlement Postponed Due to Merkel’s Visit

Merkel will lunch tomorrow afternoon with President Reuven Rivlin, and at 2 PM will meet with Netanyahu in private for a rebuke session.

Shin Bet: We Did Not Exceed our Authority in Interrogating Peter Beinart, BDS Activists

The Shin Bet also noted that the scope of the investigations is minimal in relation to the volume of those entering Israel.

Spanish Journalist Appears in Jerusalem Court Over Sukkot Hit-and-Run Fatality

Although local media and one foreign source reported LaGuardia’s breathalyzer test revealed an alcohol level three times the legal limit allowed for driving, the results of a blood test have yet to be released to media.

Report: IDF Wants Terrorists with Life Sentences to Appeal for Early Release

the planned move was revealed during a hearing at the High Court of Justice of a request by the terrorist who murdered the late Ziva Goldovsky in November 1988, to be released from prison after 30 years behind bars.

Hague Court to Determine if Ismail Haniyeh Is a War Criminal

This is a second complaint filed by JIJ against Haniyeh, after a complaint a year ago regarding Haniyeh's war crimes during the 2014 Gaza war.

American Leftist Detained Over Actions at Khan al-Ahmar

The activist also has no problem labeling Israeli soldiers has “NAZI concentration camp guards” in a tweet on the Twitter social networking site, as he did this past April in an unsubstantiated accusation.

A First: Court Orders Interior Ministry to Recognize Private Orthodox Conversion

In 2016, the High Court of Justice ruled that conversions in private Orthodox courts in Israel should be recognized. The Netanyahu government has been dragging its feet about complying with the ruling.

After 77 Years, Jewish Deli Owner Gets Back her Nazi Looted Renoir

“I’m very thankful to be able to show my beloved family, wherever they are, that after all they’ve been through, there is justice.”

Bolton: US Won’t Cooperate With International Criminal Court [video]

"The United States will use any means necessary to protect our citizens and those of our allies from unjust prosecution by this illegitimate court."

Palestinian Sentenced to 23 Years for Tel Aviv Stabbings

“The defendant embarked on a killing spree which he had planned for some time. He injured four Jews simply for being Jews.”

High Court Rules Arabs Must Be Evicted from Illegal Outpost near Ma’aleh Adumim

The High Court of Justice on Wednesday rejected petitions filed by the Arab residents of the illegal outpost of Khan al-Ahmar, near Ma'ale Adummim...

IDF Court Compels 3 Terrorists to Compensate their Victims

"We are working to ensure that in the course of the legal process, the victims of the offense will be the concern of the legal system, and not, heaven forbid, pity for the murderers."

Israeli Farmers Sue Hamas in The Hague, Aided by the Israel Law Center

Each of the three leaders of Hamas were named because they have Jordanian citizenship; Jordan is a member of the ICC, thus ensuring jurisdiction.

Police: Sara Netanyahu Suspected of Accepting Bribes

While questioning Police Superintendent Uri Kanar about the return of assets seized from his client, Elovitch's defense attorney received one answer he probably was not anticipating.

Elor Azaria: If I Could Go Back in Time to Hebron, I’d Do It...

"What happened here is that they abandoned a soldier, so the Palestinians would not get up to have one of their days of rage."

Israeli Court Forces Compensating Arab Land Owners, Keeping Jewish Settlement Intact

The court, in effect, has granted a first legal precedent for establishing the legal foundations of young settlements throughout Judea and Samaria.

Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro Slays Sexually Abusive Priests

"While the grand jury named 301 predator priests, they actually got reports on more than 400," Shapiro said.

US Rejects UN Court Jurisdiction on Iran Suit Over Nuke Deal Withdrawal, Sanctions

The American delegation was given three hours to present its initial response on Tuesday, which it did.

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