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."
Schneiderman, who is Jewish, a Democrat, and a Clinton supporter, says he was targeted by “gruesome” anti-Semitic tweets from Trump supporters.
The mourabitoun harassed Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount.
Senator Graham asked, “Why is the Palestinian Authority paying young Palestinians to commit acts of terror against innocent Americans like Taylor Force or Israelis?"
Congressman Jerry Nadler, a Manhattan Democrat whose 10th Congressional District actually includes Ground Zero, was adamant in attacking the president's arguments.
When asked in cross examination to describe Azaria's shooting, Zakai testified, "I've seen in my life people who shot just to kill. To my delight, none of them were IDF soldiers."
This represents the culmination of the two-year long "Case 242" that was conducted by the Investigations and Intelligence Division Lahav 433 of the National Fraud Unit, which involved the investigation of 480 individuals.
"The rules in the Middle East are sometimes counterintuitive," Bennett said. "To maintain peace here, we must be very strong. As soon a you're too soft in this neighborhood, you catch a blow."
A Jewish young man with hardly any influence, who was convicted last March of possessing a document that was never disseminated, was given two years in prison.
The witness described a chaotic scene in which "no one took charge, no one gave orders."
A group named 9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism released a statement Friday arguing the president's reasoning for the veto is "unconvincing and unsupportable."
Threatened residents are accusing the rightwing members of government, especially Bennett and Shaked, of a lackadaisical approach to Amona's impending doom
Attorney Hajbi questioned just how dangerous police really considered his client to be if they had let three weeks lapse between the day they discovered his absence and the day they picked him up.
The man who commanded the Hebron region at one point said there should not have been a military police investigation of the case, nor a consequent involvement of the military prosecution, and certainly no trial.
The court has ordered the final date for the evacuation of the entire outpost to be no later than December 25 this year.
Attorney Bam said Shabak is trying to hide the torture they used against the defendant to squeeze a confession out of him, by sabotaging his defense, to make sure their crimes aren't exposed in court.
The 18-year-old terrorist who murdered a 20-year-old IDF soldier thought he'd be killed during the attack by Israeli Police, and then become a "martyr." A rich one.
For the first time in U.S. history, a Chassidic woman wins a Brooklyn election, against a man, to become a New York Civil Court judge.