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Minister Levin Attacks Justice Na’or for ‘Illegally’ Keeping Files on Judges

The Justice Ministry believes the President of the Supreme Court never received authorization to possess the database in her computer.

Ministers Approve Bill Requiring Judea, Samaria Arab Land Petitions to Start in District Courts

The bill would reduce the great burden borne by the Supreme Court in its role as High Court of Justice, for which the justices would surely be grateful.

Rejecting Netanyahu, AG Vows to Keep Supreme Court’s Excessive Powers

Israel is the only country in the civilized world where plaintiffs are permitted to go directly to the top of the appeals process – and without direct connection to the case in question.

Dershowitz: Comey’s Statement Shows Trump Did Not Obstruct Justice

'The president can, as a matter of constitutional law, direct the attorney general, and his subordinate, the director of the FBI, tell them what to do.'

Older Is Better: Israeli Left Embracing Seniority in Appointing Supreme Court President

Is it too late to note that President Assad is a big supporter of the seniority system?

Today Is the Last Day the State of Israel Won’t Biometrically Brand You

Starting Thursday, all newly issued ID cards and passports will require Israeli citizens provide biometric data to be added to a national biometric database.

High Court Bars Business Owners from Paying Kashrut Inspectors’ Wages

The kashrut supervisors union strongly opposes the reform, fearing that an open and transparent pay method would adversely affect their income.

Right-Wing NGO: Death of Bedouin Children Result of Ongoing Theft of IDF munitions

Regavim filed a petition stating that Al-Zarnuk was built illegally on private Jewish Land and therefore its residents should be relocated to a legal town.

Despite Haredi Outcry, Supreme Court Ruling Cuts Number of Businesses Open on Shabbat

Haredi coalition partners demand broader interior ministry authority over Shabbat laws.

As Holocaust Survivors Disappear, 10,000 Youths, 12 European Education Ministers to Partake in March...

'To our dismay, the number of survivors who can share their story is rapidly declining,' said Education Minister Naftali Bennett. 'We must find new ways to remember.'

‘Regulation Act’ Nullifies Demolition Orders in Jewish Settlements

'Starting now, there will be no more enforcement against long-standing construction.'

Supreme Court Bars Supreme Rabbinic Court from Ruling on ‘Safed Get’

The ruling permitted an Aguna whose husband is in a vegetative state to remarry.

Israeli Security Cabinet Votes Unanimously to Build New Town for Amona Residents

The new town will be the first to be established by Israel in Judea and Samaria in more than two decades.

Showdown: Poll Shows Shaked Gets 3 Seats More than Bennett

Shaked is probably the most popular rightwing minister today, the only politician in her camp who managed to tame the Supreme Court and clip some of its claws.

Habayit Hayehudi Submits Law Regulating High Court’s Interaction with Legislators

The bill's sponsors also claim that Justice Barak's constitutional revolution 'disrupted the delicate balance between the legislative and judicial branches.'

Report: Shaked Refusing to Appoint Anti-Settlements Justice as Supreme Court President

Shaked is not ready to commit to the new appointment which, in Hayut's case, would undermine the central agenda of Habayit Hayehudi.

Judge Blocks Trump’s New Travel Ban

Trump, speaking at a Tennessee rally, declared: 'We're going to take our case as far as it needs to go, including all the way up to the Supreme Court.'

Justice Danziger to Retire in a Year, Tipping Court Balance Rightward

Danziger sided with Mustafa Dirani, kidnapper of IAF navigator Ron Arad, who wanted to sue Israel for his harsh interrogation.

Labor MK Asks AG to Check Legality of MK Smotrich’s Home

Smotrich responded calling the reports by Ha'raetz and Channel 2 'fake research.'

Pointless Destruction

The High Court-ordered pointless destruction of the nine homes in Ofra began today.

Whose Building is Next in Line?

Is the Knesset next on the High Court's hit list?

BULLETPROOF – Crime & Punishment: Toilets, Courts and Drones [audio]

The change in the Supreme Court in Israel, drones, and transgender bathrooms

Supreme Court Parody: I Haven’t Demolished Enough Yet

The clip features a Supreme Court Justice in an elaborate judge's wig, against a background of destroyed Jewish homes, singing, 'The Jews are building too much.'

Shaked Victorious: Four New Justices May Tame Hyper-Activist Supreme Court

'The judicial appointments this evening express the human as well as jurist common sense we so need as a society and which has been so direly absent from the highest judicial echelon.'

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