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Starting in 2015 in the US, in 2016 in Australia, and in August 2017 in Canada, NGOs led by Defense for Children International Palestine (DCI-P) have been conducting a campaign under the label of “No Way to Treat a Child.”
The appeal represents the first major case before the court under its new president, Justice Esther Hayut.
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.
59% said they agree or quite agree with the president, while only 26% say they do not agree or quite disagree. 15% said they did not know.
Justice Hayut's reputation as a jurist far outshines Naor's.
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.
MKs will debate laws to legalize the Jewish character of the state, and to limit the power of the Supreme Court.
Rivlin, Netanyahu Call for Bipartisan Teamwork, Netanyahu Attacked at Opening of Knesset Winter Session
"You ... turned the word ‘leftist’ to a synonym for ‘enemy,'” Zionist Camp MK Isaac Herzog accused the prime minister.
"When we integrate more and more women into combat units, we must make sure that they are consciously willing to volunteer, precisely because their injury rates are so much higher."
The court ruled that it is permissible to continue to demonstrate at Goren Square in Petach Tikva, which is adjacent to Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit's home, without obtaining a permit from the police, and without limits on the number of participants in said demonstrations.
Report: Orthodox Justice Defied Supreme Court’s Directive, Participated in Gush Etzion Liberation Ceremony
Recently retired Justice Elyakim Rubinstein, also an Orthodox Jew, told Army Radio he saw no problem in his former colleague's attending the ceremony as a private person.
Four thousand people from across most of the political spectrum are attending the historic event.
Eventually, Regavim submitted a complaint to the Supreme Court, and a temporary injunction to halt construction at the site was issued.
Justice Rubinstein noted that the anti-migrant employment policy is consistent with the government's decision to increase employment opportunities for Israelis.
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.
Ben-Gvir argued that the fact that the Arabs' exemption from the draft is not anchored in the law deepens the discrimination that has been created by the legislator.
"The sole motivation behind [the Court's] decisions is a dictatorial hunger for power, to oppose the laws of the elected Knesset."
The judges noted that the state is not obligated to act to examine transportation needs, and emphasized that they do not intend to express their opinion on this issue.
"If Bogey is feeling guilty, it should be for the fact that he was guided by his preference of maintaining the fabric of life of Arabs over the actual lives of Jews," Mesika wrote angrily.
The JPost couldn't help themselves, despite their attempt to come across as the rational side in this debate, when they referred to Amar as the "so-called chief rabbi of Jerusalem."
Israel's Supreme Court rejected an appeal from local Arab residents who had claimed some of the land belonged to them. Upon completion, the neighborhood will boast 480 apartments.