185 Israeli Scientists, Intellectuals, Israel Prize Laureates, Tell Hague ICC: Don’t Trust Our Government
"We wish to express at this early stage our deepest suspicion, based on past experience, that the State of Israel."
President Donald Trump was rumored to consider pardoning Silver but decided not to do so on his last day in office.
“Change the no-bail laws or New York may become the next Paris!"
The “Removal of New Structures” order is an effective enforcement tool that makes it possible to streamline the law enforcement process.
One child claimed in a deposition that she felt “under attack” and was thankful when her family moved away.
Bodnar said that the powers that be in Poland are "trying to incapacitate or take over additional power mechanisms one by one."
Various splits and disagreements within the trusts have led to the emergence of four different religious trusts being involved in the management of the compound.
AG Grewal filed lawsuit against Jackson, NJ, saying its zoning laws prevent Jews from practicing their religion.
The late Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveitchik, the profound spiritual leader of YU, was adamant in his opposition to designating the religious Jewish university as a non-sectarian institution in 1970.
"The court or the attorney general should not place themselves as a super-government," Netanyahu said in his response to the court.
Netanyahu simply informed Gantz: "You can oppose it as much as you want, we're voting – let's go ahead."
Al-Huarin's co-star and the person who shot the video (his leg is visible in the final frames) have not been captured.
Lawyers representing the family of 65-year-old Sarah Halimi said they plan on referring the case to the European Court of Human Rights.
“We do not accept that the ICC has jurisdiction in this instance, given that Israel is not a party to the Statute of Rome and Palestine is not a sovereign state,” wrote British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
In their plea deal, Tzipi was sentenced to 16 months in prison and Bar to nine months of community service.
Professor Oded Goldreich, of the Weizmann Institute of Science, who was set to receive the Israel Prize in mathematics and computer science next week on Israel’s Independence Day, will not receive the prize this year.
He was once arrested for punching a police horse.
The commander of the Zichron Yaacov police station wrote to the prosecution that Berland's followers knew about the location of his house arrest and arrived there even before his release.
"The case before the honorable court today is significant and serious, in the area of government corruption."
In the words of Oliver Hardy to Stan Laurel: "Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten me into."
Miller objected when District Attorney Steve Howe accused him of looking to kill as many people as possible, saying, “I wanted to kill Jews, not people.”
She is expected to be sentenced to a very long prison term.
The book was written by investigative journalist Catherine Belton who served for many years as the Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times.
“We are all now witnessing in real-time how the most powerful body in the country operates when there is no supervision, no criticism, and no one can restrict it: just open a case, move a person aside and close the case.”
The Court has called for lawmakers to create legislation to clarify and address the issue.
“This is a portion of the actions that were considered and approved in the preliminary discussions.”
Earlier this month, local municipalities appealed to the prime minister and to the health and education ministers to compel education workers to be vaccinated.
But unless Iran will be willing to extradite its agents, all those nice laws and the will to enforce them won't yield anything.
When the restrictions expire this weekend, the 3,000-passenger per day cap on returning citizens cannot be renewed.
The assailant encouraged others to hit him, and the gang was beating him and yelling out that the complainant was a Jew who broke into the Al-Aqsa mosque.