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Netanyahu, who left the Sharon government half an hour before the troops descended on the 8,600 Jewish residents of Gush Katif, back in 2005, has since managed to wiggle his way out of confrontational situations by making promises to evicted settlers – promises he very rarely kept, usually after concentrated public shaming.
Deri was furious at Netanyahu's request, and told the PM, while walking out of the room: "I know what you're doing to me and I will not let you do it."
'It is inconceivable that under everyone's nose there appeared a new Palestinian vacation village, and the enforcement authorities on the ground continue to behave as if they suffer from a serious vision problem.'
Overnight, their home became 'illegal'.
Moments after the law was passed, the three main anti-Zionist NGOs who made it necessary in the first place, Peace Now, Adalah, and Yesh Din, announced they would appeal it at the Supreme Court.
Will the Israeli Supreme Court grant the residents the three months needed to prepare their new homes?
Shaked is spearheading several concurrent moves, all of which have provided the context for a proposed bill to deprive the Supreme Court members of the Judicial Appointments Commission of their veto power over candidates.
The prosecution argued that it would be a mistake to treat Jewish and Arab terrorism equally.
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.
Israel was rebuked this month by the World Bank for ruining the PA economy by, essentially, withholding money it is rightfully due.
Several local councils across the UK voted to boycott Israeli goods after 2009, when Israel refused to embrace the Hamas' need to shoot rockets at its civilian population.
One of the Arab land owners lied, but it is unclear which one. Now the synagogue is threatened with destruction.
The High Court refused to discuss Glick's appeal and accepted the lower court ruling.
The Prime Minister approved construction of the homes after the High Court ordered demolitions of homes under construction.
High Court ordered the "illegal" building to be torn down. Bayit Yehudi MK threatens to tear down coalition government.