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In 2005, Ariel Sharon also promised a solution for every resident of Gush Katif.
It took 8.5 hours to evict 150 passive resisters.
Will the Israeli Supreme Court grant the residents the three months needed to prepare their new homes?
An Israeli Watch-dog defends the community of Amona which the government plans to destroy.
"Sometimes truth is also an option, even when it's very bitter," Liberman said, stating that "anyone who says Amona can be preserved in its current location is just spreading delusions and fantasies."
Israel's Supreme Court demands that Agudath Israel show cause why it excludes women from its list of Knesset candidates.
To paraphrase the old pseudo-philosophical adage: if a fascistic permission by the court to use torture disappears, does it still count against a conviction?
Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel (Habayit Hayehudi) may end up being the politician who broke the iron hold of the judicial civil service on Israel's democracy.
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.
Although it's puzzling why Burger didn't tweet in English, or ask someone at the paper's English language website to help him translate, the panicky urgency of the tweet is unmistakable.
The appeal was submitted by The wife of Mohammad Majid Amaira, 38, from Dura, a member of the Palestinian security forces.
Their presence there is not passive, they're there to look for frictions.
Should Israel permit this illegal outpost to remain, in Area C of Judea and Samaria which was designated for Jewish settlements, more camps like it will soon dot the landscape.
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.
The grounds for dismissing the government acquisition of the land has to do with its failure to adequately comply with Ottoman Law — a remnant of the Turkish government's rule over these lands before 1918.
It could mean those PA folks would be stuck without their Internet connection and the world would be spared many gigabytes of incitement.
The AG is obviously feeling that he can't go to battle against a clear Supreme Court ruling to demolish Amona.
Each year, the printed collection of signatures, bound together in a book, is presented to a different MK.
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