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Beyond The Matrix – An Israeli Yankee in King Arthur’s Court [audio]

Ira and Rod discuss what it is like for Ira to be in America after the Jewish holidays, and dealing with the commercialism of Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the upcoming U.S. residential election.

Report: Justice Minister ‘Simplifying’ Supreme Court Appointments

Historically, the Supreme Court aligned with the Bar, as well as the Knesset opposition, to push through their own candidates.

Egyptian Court Denies Appeal, Sending Morsi to 20 Years in Prison

On December 5, 2012, clashes broke out outside the Ittihadiya presidential palace between Muslim Brothers and protesters that left 11 Egyptians dead.

In Rare Ruling Court Revokes Administrative Detention of Settler

Judge Benichou's ruling said there was nothing in the intelligence information presented to him to justify the detention and the nightly curfew, and so he ordered it void.

Cairo Court Postpones Morsi Appeal Hearing

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.

Spanish Court Upholds Anti-BDS Ruling

The original suit had been launched by ACOM, a pro-Israel lobby working against BDS in Spain.

Magistrate Court Refusing to Rule on IDF General’s Jurisdiction Inside the ‘Green Line’

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.

Court Cancels Restraining Order Against Jewish Worshipper Near Temple Mount

Police requested a delay in carrying out the ruling to give them time to appeal it before the Supreme Court.

High Court Rejects Three Petitions Against Force-Feeding Prisoners

Elyakim Rubinstein, the Vice President of the Supreme Court, said he was persuaded that there are possible situations in which saving lives requires having the amendment on the books.

Ramallah Court Postpones Elections After Gaza Court Drops PLO Candidates from Ballots

A spokesman for the PLO said the decision to drop his movement's candidates from local lists was tantamount to a "massacre by the Hamas court."

Meretz Chairwoman Forced Supreme Court to Work on Shabbat

Israeli courts maintain skeletal Shabbat and Holiday shifts to respond to the most urgent needs, like police requests for injunctions to prevent the smuggling of children.

Israeli Court Rules: It Is Criminal for Jews to Enter Areas Where Police Cannot...

On its face the ruling is tantamount to a NY City judge punishing a victim of violence for entering a dangerous neighborhood without first receiving police permission.

Sharp Rightwing Criticism of Supreme Court Ruling on Demolishing Gush Etzion Homes

Minister Zeev Elkin called on Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Habayit Hayehudi) to lead a far reaching reform to regain the public's trust in the Supreme Court.

Court to Hear Police Request to Bar 6 Youths from Jerusalem

The six detainees refused to sign a restraining order and were released on the condition that they appear in Magistrate Court Tuesday.

Supreme Court Denies Appeal to Halt Rabbi Mark’s Killer’s House Demolition

The appeal was submitted by The wife of Mohammad Majid Amaira, 38, from Dura, a member of the Palestinian security forces.

Rightwing Academics Petition Supreme Court over Waqf Harassment on Temple Mount

Their presence there is not passive, they're there to look for frictions.

Court Rejects Pollard Appeal of Parole Terms

Pollard's attorneys told the court their client was not a flight risk and that whatever secrets he knew of thirty years ago couldn't possibly have any value to anyone.

Rachel Freier For Civil Court Judge In Brooklyn

Her election to the civil court would be an inspiration to all frum girls, from chassidic as well as non-chassidic

Court Siding with Terrorist’s Families who Refuse Police Conditions for Releasing the Bodies

Police offered to hand over the body in exchange for a late night funeral, with only 15 people present. The family eventually refused those terms and police pulled back their offer.

Terrorist in Failed Light-Rail Attack Arraigned in Jerusalem Court

Israeli police on Tuesday afternoon revealed details from the attempted attack on Jerusalem’s light rail two weeks ago.

Military Court of Appeals Critical of Administrative Restrictions of Jews without Hearings

More than 50 administrative restriction orders were issued by the GOC of the Central and Home Front Commands over the past year against Jewish youths and not one involved a hearing, in violation of the law.

Israeli Soldier Charged for Shooting Wounded Hebron Terrorist Testifies in Court

“I treated the wounded soldier while people started yelling, ‘he has an explosive device,’ and I saw that the terrorist had a big black coat that looked like he was hiding something."

“Go For Your Dreams And Don’t Compromise Your Religious Standards”: Rachel Freier Is...

“Without my uncle's encouragement and the encouragement I received from my husband and family, I wouldn’t have gotten as far as I have already,” she said.

Analysis: Rabbinical Court Lookstein Ruling Could Spell Our Next Kamtza and Bar Kamtza Tragedy

The Emperor said, “That would be YUGE. How do I know you're not lying?”

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