Jordanian Citizen Convicted in Attempted Terrorist Murder of 2 Divers in Eilat

Khalef was convicted on two counts of attempted murder and charges of terrorism. He used his entry permit to carry out an attack in Israel.

Israelis Demand Removing Bust of President Convicted of Rape

The President's residence has been receiving inquiries on the subject, but has yet to respond.

Legal Battle Over Jerusalem City of David Property Highlights Attempts by EU to Undermine...

After a 30-year legal battle, a Jerusalem court has ruled that the Sumarin family must vacate a property located in eastern Jerusalem and return it to its rightful owners. The family has been supported by some 30 left-wing organizations with many funded by the European Union.

Report: Netanyahu’s Attorney Resigns over Fees in Attempt to Halt Trial

"As far as Netanyahu is concerned, he would like to dismantle the government even before the start of hearing the prosecution's testimonies in his trial."

Federal Judge Rules Against Opening Orthodox Sleepaway Summer Camps

"Granting injunctive relief to open overnight summer camps runs contrary to the public interest in stopping the spread of the COVID-19 virus."

US Supreme Court to Hear Germany’s Demand to Reject Victims of Nazi Looting

"Germany seeks to eliminate recourse for Nazi-looted art and the Court will have the chance to answer this question of critical importance for Holocaust victims.”

Im Tirtzu Wins $30,000 Libel Suit Against Yedioth Aharonoth

In two separate articles, Yedioth accused Im Tirtzu of fabricating the letter and refused to issue a retraction.

AG Blocks $3 Million Gift to Pay for Netanyahu’s Legal Expenses

Netanyahu's personal fortune is estimated at around NIS 50 million (approximately $14.5 million).

Brazil Names First Jewish Chief Justice to Supreme Court

This is the second time Luis Fux, 67, has made history in Brazil; in 2011, he became the first Jewish judge named to the bench of the Federal Supreme Court.

Court Again Rules that Israeli Purchase of Greek Orthodox Church Property in Jerusalem is...

After a 16-year-long battle, the court on Wednesday ruled again that the Greek Orthodox Church must honor a 99-year lease of three church properties it signed with the Ateret Cohanim organization in 2004.

Bereaved Families Demand High Court Force Government’s Hand on ‘Pay for Slay’ Law

"The citizens of Israel will not stand for the disgraceful transfer of money that is going toward paying terrorists."

Kiryat Arba Shuts Down Public Pool After High Court Forces Mixed Swimming

In 2018, following a similar court injunction, the Kiryat Arba pool offered "family hours" with mixed swimming. But the move led to many local residents canceling their memberships.

Duma Arson-Murder Minor Defendant May Not Do Prison Time

The court's decision to postpone the sentencing and the inquiry with the community service administrator suggests the court may be looking at keeping A out of prison.

US Army Private Confesses to Helping Satanic Neo-Nazis Attack his Own Unit

According to the indictment, “Members and associates of O9A have espoused violent, neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic, and Satanic beliefs."

Chief Rabbinate Senior Official on Trial for Issuing Kashrut Certificates in Exchange for Bribes

The bribes allegedly came in the form of cash, large amounts of alcoholic beverages, and the very consumer goods for which importers were seeking kosher certificates.

Judge in Tel Aviv Magistrate’s Court Diagnosed with COVID-19

Anyone who was in the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Courtroom with the judge during the two weeks prior to June 17 should contact the Health Ministry.

Israeli Government Proposes Legalizing Cannabis, Will Submit Bill to Knesset

Out of the 14 ministers in the ministerial legislative committee, only Yaakov Litzman (UTJ) and Rafi Peretz (Yamina) opposed the decision.

Jewish Camp Operators Suing Gov. Cuomo for Banning Sleepaway Camps

According to the plaintiffs, "the need for Jewish overnight camps is particularly true this summer, after several months of shutdowns of the yeshiva schools."

Court Rules Germany Can’t Deny Citizenship to Children of Unmarried Nazi Victims

The judges suggested that the government's refusal of citizenship may be a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.

‘Groups Behind ICC Suits Against Israel, US have Terrorist Ties’

New research highlights links between the “human rights groups” pushing for investigations against Israel and the U.S., and their ‎links to the PFLP terrorist group.

Three New York Orthodox Jews Sue Cuomo, de Blasio Over Coronavirus Restrictions

Howard Slugh of the Jewish Coalition for Religious Liberty said the First Amendment applies to everyone unless the government has a compelling interest to restrict religious gatherings.

Senior Haredi Dayan Clarifies: Eliezer Berland Did Touch Women – Everywhere

The wording of Dayan Rosenberg's letter is most extraordinary in the Haredi community, where spiritual leaders refrain from publicly addressing sex offenses or similar issues and in rare cases do so only vaguely, using hints and code words.

Ari Fuld’s Wife Demands Maximum Penalty for his Convicted Murderer

Maurice Hirsch, the family's lawyer, hopes the salary that the terrorist will be receiving from the Palestinian Authority will be confiscated and transferred to the Fuld family.

Smotrich to Netanyahu: The Rope Choking the Settlements Will Some Day Circle Your Neck

"Do not expect justice," Smotrich told the PM who is in the midst of a court fight for his political future as well as his personal freedom. 

3 Israeli Bedouin Convicted of Honor Murder of Female Relative, 19

The three kidnapped the young woman in their car, murdered her and burned her body because she wanted to get a divorce after having been forced to marry her husband.

When You Take Down ‘Gone with the Wind’ You Usher in ‘Fahrenheit 451’

The inmates have taken over the institution and the first thing they did was burn down the library.

Where No Man Has Gone Before: Picard Suing the Shin Bet for Defamation, Damage...

The complete video from the incident shows that Picard did not commit any violence.

High Court Revokes Law Regulating Problem Land Purchases, Move Could Lead to New Elections

Health Minister Yuli Ederlstein (Likud) said in response to the ruling that "the High Court has lost it."


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