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New Law Would End High Court of Justice Demolitions in Judea & Samaria

"No more petitions without factual basis and absent any elementary proof that are accepted only because the person who submitted them is an Arab or a leftist NGO."

Civil Rights Group: Shaked’s Polygamy Recommendations Reward Criminals

Netanyahu called it "a huge industry that provides an incentive to bring women from Jordan and Saudi Arabia."

Suspects Held in Beitar Illit Marijuana Growing Operation

Police seized about 50 adult marijuana plants, fertilizer products, fans, transformers, air conditioners and lighting equipment during their search.

Court Overrules Prosecution, Orders House Arrest Evaluation for Minor in Duma Trial

Judge Ami Kobo of the Central District Court in Lod this weekend ordered the Evaluation Service of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Social...

Family Calls for Death Penalty for Murderer of Ronen Lubarsky

"Expelling the families of terrorists, removing the lavish benefits terrorists receive in prison, and legislating the death penalty would undoubtedly reduce the number of terror attacks and save innocent Israeli lives."

Extreme Leftist Israeli Jurist Elected Chair of UN Human Rights Committee

In 2013, Prof. Shany evaluated the Israeli judicial system on YouTube – we believe his views foretell a worse scrutiny of Israel by the UNHRC in the next 18 months.

Israeli Who Ran Fear Campaign Against 2,000 Jewish Institutions Convicted in Tel Aviv

In March, the charges against him were expanded, to include hate crimes.

Knesset Passes Law Granting Rabbinical Courts Jurisdiction over International Get Refusal Cases

MK Michal Rozin (Meretz) commented: “This bill essentially grants the rabbinical court international jurisdiction. This is a new invention – an international court for Jews."
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Netanyahu Folds on Splitting Public Broadcaster for Fear of Losing Eurovision

The split was part of Likud's efforts to cut down on leftwing voices in Israel's public channels, or as Culture Minister Miri Regev put it at the time: "Why set up a new broadcasting corporation if we don’t control it?"

IDF Chef Who Cooked on Shabbat Confined to Base for Two Weeks

The cook lit a fire on Shabbat and cooked a packet of chickpeas for a vegetarian soldier. An officer who noticed this reported the incident to the battalion commander and the cook was court martialed.

Report Shows 18 Years of High Court’s Consistent Pro-Left Discrimination

Simply put, this data throws a negative light on the Supreme Court, and raises a question as to whether it acts impartially towards all those who enter its gates.

Sexual Harassment by Shabak Interrogators and Minor’s Suicide Attempt Revealed in Duma Case

The minor detainee testified that Shabak interrogator Roni "said that he would not mind having a sexual experience with a man, and at the same time he puts his hand on me."

Court Sides with Chabad in Rabin Square Event Hearing: No Reason Not to Keep...

Judge Vardi suggested that the Tel Aviv municipality cancel its decision to forbid the separate-sexes event, and interrupted the hearing to allow the municipality to consult on the matter.

Chabad Appeals Tel Aviv Mayor Ban on Rabin Square Meet

Chabad made clear that, despite reports to the contrary, Monday's event was not cancelled.

Prime Minister’s Wife Indicted for Fraud

Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit decided to accept the recommendation of the State Prosecutor's Office and rejected the arguments of Mrs. Netanyahu's lawyers in favor of dropping the case.

How Did ‘Syria Palaestina’ Come Back to Life 1,800 Years Later?

When JTA repeated the term Syrian Palestinian, it gave its approval to a regime of repression against an entire underclass of Syrian residents forever prevented by government fiat from attaining normalcy.

Court Refuses to Revoke Citizenship of Arab Terrorist

Court: "What [the terrorist] did, though severe, is not unusual or extreme."

Court Rejects Confessions Made Under Torture in Duma Arson Case

During the hearing, the judge said that "the use of the [excessive] means (the state's euphemism for torture) severely violated the rights of the defendants."

Court to Decide Today If Confessions Extracted with Torture in Duma Arson Case Are...

The prosecution argued that after the two defendants had confessed to the crime under torture that lasted more than eight consecutive hours, they repeated the same confession without the painful persuasion.

Using Ramadan as Cover, 1,000 Waqf Workers ‘Cleared’ Soil Rich with Evidence of Jewish...

At this point, those tall piles of soil are gone from the Temple Mount, replaced by terraced stones. The crime paid. All evidence of a Jewish Temple have been permanently eliminated.

IDF Seeking Legal Counsel on Right to Defend Israeli Civilians from Terrorists

But don't you worry, the strongest army in the Middle East has already deployed its best legal minds to figure out a way out of this conundrum, and will surely provide a solution very soon.

First Arrests at Netiv Ha’Avot as Evacuation Begins

These two youth have the honor of being the first two people arrested at the protests in Netiv Ha'Avot on Tuesday morning.

Ohana, Shaked, Lead Rebellion Against Ministerial Legal Counsels

The culture that has developed over the past few decades in the government ministries—regardless of which parties were at the helm—gives the legal counselors a tremendous power over their bosses, the elected officials.

Regavim Responds to Yediot Hatchet Job: Regulation Law Just and Moral, We Proudly Endorse...

Regavim responded to an extensive hatchet article in Yediot Ahronot claiming the movement backed the Knesset Regulation Law because it solves personal land-ownership issues for the movement's leaders.

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