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In the end, APN's fundamental error—common across the dwindling Left everywhere—is in not recognizing the will of the voter when it supports, through democratically elected officials, laws that strongly push back leftist agendas.
'The High Court of Justice today issued not the verdict of these homes, but rather its own verdict, testifying against itself as the high court of injustice.'
According to Peace Now, as many as 6,427 Israelis have settled outside the blocs in 2016.
"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.
Despite a pending petition to the Supreme Court, the IDF Civil Administration went ahead and razed the memorial.
In the actual story, they revealed the source of this frightening revelation – MK Ahmed Tibi (Joint Arab List), who spoke to Army Radio Thursday night.
Will the high court rule against Arabs with the same unyielding dedication it showed in the case of a Jewish community? Regavim – and the rest of us, want to find out.
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.
Supreme Court President Justice Miriam Na'or makes sure the cases that deal with settlements would usually receive panels with an anti-settlement majority.
The Netiv HaAvot neighborhood of Elazar was built in 2001 on land which was later claimed–with the urging and support of Peace Now–by the Mussa family of al-Khader, near Bethlehem.
Israel is the target of secret surveillance by so-called friendly intelligence organizations.
Bennett promised that next the government will impose Israeli sovereignty on the town of Ma'ale Adumim, creating an urban corridor that eliminates any chance for a future contiguous Palestinian State.
Peace Now refused the families' plea, suggesting "another delay will be used by respondents to torpedo the return of the land to its rightful owners."
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.
On the eve of Yom Kippur, October 11, which also happened to be National Coming Out Day in the US, someone at the Israeli embassy in London raised the rainbow flag together with the Israeli national flag.
Prime Minister Netanyahu has previously contacted the Attorney General on the matter, and the latter said the law needs to be amended to exclude the anti-Zionist NGO.
The meeting was called by member states Egypt, Venezuela, Malaysia, Senegal and Angola, and was pushed by the PA delegation.
Habayit Hayehudi is facing an existential dilemma these days, as many of its voters have said they'd rather see their elected representatives leave government than participate in the decision to uproot the Amona residents.
On Wednesday, the State Department “strongly condemned” the resettling of Amona's Jews, in an angry press release reminiscent of the Days Secretary John Kerry was first realizing there was no Nobel Peace Prize for him for fathering a new Palestinian State.
"The court will rule on the severity of his action," says the subheadline on the cover, "but there's no doubt that the single bullet he shot at the terrorist ignited the stormiest debate in Israel's society this year."