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Lawsuit Alleges Carter Center Provided ‘Material Support’ For Terrorism

“The logic is simple. Any service provided to a terror group can help free up other resources within the organization."

Court Throws Border Police Officer to Jail for Controlling Arab Riot

"It is a shame that a fighter who was there to defend all of us finds himself sent to a long prison term. Once again, the system is confused between enemy and friend."

State Plan for Illegal Infiltrators Collapsed, Deportation Orders Canceled

"At this stage, the possibility of deportation to a third country is no longer on the agenda," the state wrote.

Bennett, Shaked, Threaten Walkout If Netanyahu Drops Court-Bypass Legislation

The high court president conditioned her meeting with the PM on his suspending the legislation, to which he acquiesced.

IDF Soldiers & Officers along Gaza Seek Legal Counsel Ahead of Military Investigation

The investigation team is looking into cases in which there is suspicion of "excessive interpretation" of the rules of engagement.

More Ahed Tamimi Violence, New Video Comes to Light

Suddenly teenage Tamimi transforms into a veritable little spitfire, shrieking and screaming, pushing and punching the chests of the soldiers.

Court Rejects Katzav Appeal to Ease Parole Restrictions

The State Attorney’s Office objected to Katsav’s request, arguing that the night restriction is a standard condition for prisoners convicted of sexual offenses and that there is no justification for special leniency.

Court: Jews Allowed to Cry ‘Am Yisrael Chai’ on Temple Mount

One thing is clear – the next group of Jewish visitors on the Temple Mount must send us the video of their proud A cappella of Reb Shlomo Carlebach's classic...

State Prosecutor Drops Confessions of Duma Arson Defendants Acquired Via ‘Special Means’

"This is a real earthquake, the prosecution is standing in front of the court and in fact admits – an investigation has been carried out here which led the defendants to turn over statements and confessions that were not voluntary as required by law."

Palestinian Authority Terrorist Indicted for Ramming Death of IDF Soldiers

IDF Sgt. Netanel Kahalani, 20, and IDF Capt. Ziv Daos, 21, were both killed in the attack and two other soldiers were very seriously injured.

‘WhatsApp Judge’ Convicted of Behavior Not Befitting her Position

Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Habayit Hayehudi) and Supreme Court President Esther Hayut could have fired the unethical judge on the spot, but preferred to allow a fellow judge decide her fate, to keep it in the family.

PM, Court President, to Showdown over Curbing Justices’ Enthusiasm

The impetus for the meeting came from Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, who requested the heads of the two branches of government study the proposed dramatic change in the country's legal system.

Detained Migrants to be Freed

Bennett: "While the government is holding talks, the situation on the ground is only getting worse."

Chief Justice Warns That Blow to Court Independence Would Harm Israel’s Democracy

At issue are three coalition proposals to curb the ability of the High Court of Justice to overturn laws.

Bereaved Israeli Families Decry Court Sanctioned Combined Jewish, ‘Palestinian,’ Memorial Ceremonies

This is the joint ceremony's 13th consecutive year. It is organized by Combatants for Peace and the Israeli-Palestinian Bereaved Families Forum.

AG Disputes Coalition Efforts to Curb High Court’s Enthusiasm

According to the British system, in the event that the Supreme Court identifies a conflict between a law passed by Parliament and the UK precedent laws, it draws the attention of Parliament to the contradiction and asks it to remedy.

Terror Victim: Military Judges Knifed Me in the Back

Today, on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day – Judges of the Israel Defense Forces do not recognize the attempted murder of a Jewish woman merely because of her Jewishness.

Residents of Unauthorised Negev Village Agree to Move to Permanent City

"When we (realized we were) out of options, we went for a deal that would be good for our next generation.”

Bennett, Shaked, Demand End-Run Around High Court to Expel Illegal Africans

Bennett is demanding that the ministerial committee convene this week, claiming that if the issue is postponed until after Independence Day it would evaporate for lack of public interest.

Archaeologist Suing to Remove Kotel ‘Egalitarian’ Platform over Damage to Artifacts

Should the platform not be dismantled, the magnificent Robinson's Arch archaeological site would be destroyed, making "its very exposure a source of eternal lamentations."

US Supreme Court Rejects American Victims of PLO Terror Case

Without issuing a comment, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, thereby leaving the lower court ruling standing.

How One Israeli Chopper Pilot Defies Government’s Double Standards on Sovereignty

The Netanyahu government and all the Israeli governments before it, are in a Catch 22 bind.

El Al Suing Air India over Saudi Arabia Shortcut

El Al noted that it had contacted the International Civil Aviation Organization demanding to allow the Israeli carrier to fly over Saudi territory on its way to and from India, arguing unfair practices.

54 Soldiers Approached Rightwing Legal Aid Society for Help in 2017

Honenu filed 24 complaints against the police last year, nine of which were accepted, one rejected and the rest are still pending.

Case Closed Against Hikers Who Shot Dead Arab Assailant

“We felt a bit bad that our security guards who protected us, they got in trouble... It’s too bad they didn’t do that to the terrorists who hit us and who threatened our lives."

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