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Apparently, the Jerusalemites were delighted with their gift balloons, and most of them agreed with the message.
Four Orthodox Jews in North London were attacked by a young British man who yelled 'heil Hitler' and threw gas canisters at them from a van.
The German regional court ruled the arsonists were carrying out a political statement against Israel, not an anti-Semitic hate crime.
The defense attorney was astonished to find out that his confidential discussion with the prosecutors was leaked to the media while he was still in the lobby on his way out.
An American court awarded damages of $178 million, to be paid by Syria and Iran, to parents who lost a baby to a Hamas terrorist.
Supreme Court Justice Elyakim Rubinstein called an appeal to a rabbinic court to withdraw an exceptional-process divorce-get given to an Aguna 'inappropriate.'
According to Channel 10 News, Arab passers by who witnessed the fatal attack stood and applauded.
An IDF soldier thrown under the bus.
An angry Ari Fuld discusses when the boundaries get blurred between the good guys and the bad guys.
Yad Vashem criticized the bill against blaming Poland for collaboration in the death camps, warning that its approval in parliament would be considered Holocaust denial and a regression in Poland’s efforts to face its dark past.
Residents called the court demand a form of blackmail, causing "grave harm to our right to dignity and to elementary living conditions.'
. The purpose of the new request, submitted following the approval vote by the Amona residents for a new eviction outline, is to allow for carrying out the court-ordered eviction in an orderly fashion.
Dahlan fell from grace in June 2007 after Hamas trounced his fighters in Gaza street battles, expelling Fatah permanently from the territory.
The Knesset has maintained most of its status, but that's only because it was very low 25 years ago – 27%. Today it's down to 23%.
Should Glick persist with his petition he is likely to be sanctioned by his Knesset faction, the Likud, and be barred from speaking from the podium and submitting bills.
Judge Marzel ruled that the potential personal harm to the archeologists and their research justifies concealing their names.
In its response on Tuesday, the State noted that Rabbi Karim's responsa were prefaced with a proviso that these are not his legal rulings but rather his review of rabbinical law.