"Zubeidi should receive the death penalty as is the case in the United States," Indor said.
Justice Stein ordered that the minor be released under conditions determined by the District Court: house arrest under electronic controls, the signatures of two guarantors, and a 35,000 shekel (roughly $10,000) bail in cash.
"The suspect was walking in the middle of the street with his hands folded behind his back, very slowly, especially when an embassy car came up behind him and honked for him to get off the road – he did not like it."
The attack is being investigated as a hate crime.
The Central District Court on Tuesday ordered the minor to be released to house arrest with electronic cuffing.
Netanyahu's spokesman, Ofer Golan, announced that the prime minister would pay his own fees.
It's not clear whether the emerging WhatsApp scandal is bad or good for NSO Group's business.
Eight eagles have died and two others are fighting for their lives after they ingested poison on the Golan Heights.
The terrorists made plans after they were released from Nafha Prison in the Negev, where they became friends while serving time for security offenses.
The Shin Bet statement quite clearly either contradicts the earlier version of events as reported in the Israeli press, or alters the components of the story to produce a new, possibly misleading version.
On the week following the arson in Duma, President Reuven Rivlin took a firm position against the arsonists, declaring: “My people have chosen terror.” He did so without an ounce of proof and should apologize.
Examples of “physical security enhancements” include, but are not limited to, “alarm systems, impact-resistant doors and gate, lighting, access control systems, video systems, jersey walls, fencing, fixed or handheld screening systems.”
Rabbi Uriel Vigler was on his way to morning prayers.
Local residents reported the demolition forces brought along porta-potties, which means they plan a long stay and much damage to Jewish homes in the entire area.
The Attorney General stressed that if the PM chooses not to schedule to the hearing, then he, the AG, would make a final decision on the indictments based strictly on the evidence.
The violence began after a Christian woman complained to PA police about the dangerous and violent behavior of a senior Fatah official's son.
Yehiye Abu Dia, 23, a resident of A-Zaim, who is affiliated with the Hamas terrorist organization, was arrested on March 31. He will be indicted on charges of terrorism in the coming days.
The robbers entered Mrs. Notik's bedroom, beat her with a stick to wake her up, threatened her life and demanded money.
New York Civil Liberties Union Executive director Donna Lieberman said forced vaccinations were an extreme measure that “raises civil liberties concerns about forced medical treatment.”
According to London police, the Australian computer programmer was arrested again and indicted by US Justice Department officials furnished with extradition papers.
According to the report, other individuals involved in this case were served with indictments while the protected rabbi eluded the investigators, allegedly thanks to Gafni's assistance.
A first-time offender will be fined up to 1,000 shekel ($275), without a criminal record.
The inmates, members of the Hamas terrorist organization, are to be charged with attempted murder.
“We are demanding a full investigation and we’ll do everything to ensure that the terrorists are held accountable.”
In response to a petition by the Movement for Quality Government, the AG clarified: "I was not exposed to secret data regarding the approval for the submarines sale to Egypt."