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Under International Pressure Netanyahu Saves Illegal Arab Settlement While Demolishing 2 Jewish Neighborhoods
The fight against the demolition of Arab homes in Susya is one of the symbols of the PA struggle against Israel's authority over Judea and Samaria.
Overnight, police began evacuating dozens of youths who had come to support the residents of Tapuah Hill West neighborhood against the scheduled Sunday morning...
Defense Ministry, Civil Administration, Reject Bill Transferring Arab Land Appeals to Civilian Courts
Attorney Marganit Levy, representing the Justice Ministry, told the committee: "The Administrative Affairs Court has more ability than the High Court of Justice to clarify factual matters."
The rabbis asked their followers not to resort to any kind of violence on the day of the evacuation next week, stressing that "in none of the homes and their surroundings will there be violence."
"We, the Rabbis of Israel, regard with concern the danger to the unity of the Jewish people as a result of the proposals to reform the conversion process, which include the expropriation of conversion from the Chief Rabbinate."
Instead of seeking justice in disputes between Arabs and Jews over land ownership, the Left wants the High Court to ensure that the Arab side in those hearings wins, or there would be too many Jews in Judea and Samaria.
The security cabinet did not accept the High Court's rulings and is demanding an expanded court be convened to reconsider their decision.
Home demolitions are an important deterrent tool against terror attacks, but the IDF is not being allowed to use it.
Israel wishes to use the legal concept of "market regulation" for the first time since 1967 in regard to Israeli settlers who purchased private Arab land in Judea and Samaria.
In addition to the illegal construction work, Regavim says its research indicates that the UN headquarters has commandeered without a permit some 7.5 acres of State-owned land.
Retiring Justice Salim Joubran ruled that according to International Law it is permissible to impound lands in favor of the Israeli population in Judea and Samaria, provided it is done reasonably.
Four thousand people from across most of the political spectrum are attending the historic event.
Both Smotrich and Shaked have shown their ability to mobilize considerable political might in the pursuit of their ideas
"I, as a representative of the Government of Israel, ask forgiveness from the residents of Migron for the fact that we have not been able to protect the settlement and also that we have not yet established the new Migron," Elkin said.
Ministers Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked formulated a legal plan whose goal is to complete a constitution for Israel that will restore balance between the three branches of government in Israel.
The ruling stated that "the consent of the foreigners to their removal is not required for the deportation to be lawful, and it is also possible to deport them against their will.
"I am not ready to go to the Temple Mount as a thief in hiding, in the humiliating and illegal manner that was imposed on Knesset members," Smotrich said.
MK Glick responded acerbically to Netanyahu's "gesture," suggesting it was a hoax the PM is staging ahead of his government's response to a petition he filed with the High Court of Justice against the ban.
Soccer games are a common sight on the Temple Mount, according to the report, even though they are explicitly prohibited by the law governing holy places, which has been upheld by the High Court's ruling.
The Netanya court discovered that the plaintiff's father was involved in establishing a group called Netzari (Hebrew for Christian), which he currently leads.
Some have argued that Mandelblit just established a dangerous precedent in Israel's mishmash of the branches of government, whereby the Knesset would have to await the court's approval for its legislation, as would the government depend on the court's not to execute new laws.
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.'