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Will the Israeli Supreme Court grant the residents the three months needed to prepare their new homes?
Netanyahu objects to annexing Ma'ale Adumim at this point, because he is weary of offending the new president by taking for granted his approval to such a sea change.
'Illegal squatters in the Hiran area have chosen to use violence and murder to force the hand of the authorities, emboldened by anti-Israel NGOs and Arab-Israeli lawmakers.'
Apparently, the Jerusalemites were delighted with their gift balloons, and most of them agreed with the message.
If the court now approves of the Civil Administration expropriating lands in Area C to serve an Arab settlement, it might find it difficult in the future to halt similar impounding that would favor Jewish settlements.
Supreme Court Justice Elyakim Rubinstein called an appeal to a rabbinic court to withdraw an exceptional-process divorce-get given to an Aguna 'inappropriate.'
The group that's most underrepresented are the religiously unaffiliated, which accounts for 23% of the general public but is represented by only 0.2% of Congress.
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.
The vote has been the focal point of the Israeli PM's anxiety since the US elections, guiding his moves and statements, especially concerning the crisis he's faced at home regarding Amona.
. The purpose of the new request, submitted following the approval vote by the Amona residents for a new eviction outline, is to allow for carrying out the court-ordered eviction in an orderly fashion.
The IDF is the only institution that's still trusted widely: trust in the IDF by Jewish Israelis is at 90% (versus 93% last year) and at 82% by all Israelis. Only 32% of Israeli Arabs, however, trust the IDF.
PM Netanyahu urges the residents of Amona and those who stand with them not to turn violent at the evacuation. He urged parents not to involve young children or teens.
Should court delays not allow for the relocation plans to swing into motion, the state will prepare temporary housing solutions for the evacuees in nearby Ofra, at the foot of the Amona mountain.
Bennett said: 'We succeeded in keeping the residents of Amona on the mountain as well as achieved the strategic Regulation Act last week.'
Former President Moshe Katzav is hoping a third request for early release from prison will be accepted.
The Knesset has maintained most of its status, but that's only because it was very low 25 years ago – 27%. Today it's down to 23%.