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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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Chabadniks Rejoice as Trump Commutes Sentence of Sholom Rubashkin

"Mr. Rubashkin has now served more than 8 years of that sentence, which many have called excessive in light of its disparity with sentences imposed for similar crimes," President Trump's announcement noted.

Hamas Terrorist Mulled Abduction, Murder of Likud MK Yehuda Glick

A three-man terrorist cell planned to execute the plot over the Hanukkah holiday.

Shaked, Bennet Propose Judicial Reform Bill

The proposal includes a clause allowing the government to reinstate laws struck down by the High Court of Justice."

Woman Who Used to Be Haredi Man Wins Appeal in Court Fight over Children

Until about two years ago she was a Haredi man, married with children and living in North Manchester, England. But when he became a...

Supreme Court Suspends Interior Minister’s Revoking of Terrorist’s Citizenship

The revocation was due to take place last October, after it had been approved by both the Haifa District Court and the attorney general, according to the law.

Tel Aviv Court Gives Facebook Unprecedented Slap, Reinstates Israeli Page

“The court’s decision is revolutionary because for the first time, Facebook is required to look at users as people with rights and not just as goods.”

State to Ask Court for Extension on Non-Orthodox Conversions

Former Justice Minister Moshe Nissim, appointed by Netanyahu to formulate government policy on conversions, only began to work on his assignment in November.

Security Cabinet to Tell High Court: Reconsider Your Ruling On Returning Terrorist Bodies

The security cabinet did not accept the High Court's rulings and is demanding an expanded court be convened to reconsider their decision.

Former Israeli Tourism Minister Begins 15-Month Vacation in Hermon Prison

Misezhnikov transferred one million shekel to the National Students Union for a festival in Eilat which was produced by his intimate acquaintance.

Fatah Calls for Protests against Pence as Israel Bans Fatah Member from Jerusalem for...

"We call for angry protests at the entrances to Jerusalem and in its Old City to coincide with the visit on Wednesday of US Vice President Mike Pence."

Terrorist Carrying Explosive Device Arrested at Military Court Entrance

A police sapper is working to neutralize the device. The entrance to the court has been closed.

Israel on Strike in Solidarity with 1,700 Teva Employees Facing Layoffs

"Teva received $6.3 billion from the state and now it spits in her face – and it will continue to enjoy the same tax benefits on the savings of the layoffs in the years to come! This cannot be ignored."

High Court Rules in Favor of Gaza Terror Families, With Caveat

Israel has six months in which to pass a bill that authorizes the defense establishment to hold the bodies.

Youth Who Burned Down Auxiliary Building of Kinneret Church Sentenced on Eve of Hanukkah

It is fitting, perhaps, that the fire connected with the arson of a church in Israel is belabored just ahead of the national Jewish celebration of the Maccabim rebellion against the Syrian occupiers and their Helenized Jewish collaborators.

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