It looks like for the first time since the right overturned the rule of the left back in 1977, Israel has a right-wing government.
The government must present its plan to evacuate the Bedouin village built illegally on state-owned land by April 2.
The jury found the Kimberly Edelstein's First Amendment rights were violated by her former employer, Judge Greg S. Stephens.
“The ICC has no legitimate jurisdiction over the United States or any country that does not recognize the ICC’s authority,” says Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton.
The district court threw out two of Ben-Uliel’s confessions because they were given under torture.
The head of HR she said: "Personally, I don’t believe the Jews have a secret agenda to grab power at all!"
It's another attempt to humiliate Netanyahu after the Supreme Court revoked Aryeh Deri's ministerial appointments.
For the ninth time: the State of Israel asks the High Court to allow another postponement of its response to Regavim’s petition for the evacuation of the Palestinian Authority’s flagship outpost, Khan al-Ahmar.
“Deri Law No. 2,” as it’s been coined, will go before the Knesset next week.
Himi became head of the bar association after his predecessor, Effi Naveh, was forced to quit after a scandal.
The terrorist attacked Ori Ansbacher of Tekoa in the woods in the outskirts of Jerusalem because she was Jewish.
“It was the first time they heard the story straight, without the big bias,” MK Simcha Rothman said.
Netanyahu said his judicial reform bill will make Israel an even better place to in which to invest.
Wassem Awawdeh was offered a six-month term after beating a Jewish man with a crutch; he told police he “would do it again.”
"In the end, Shabbat is a day of rest for all of us," the judge said.
“The rolling judicial revolution, not the attempted reform, has usurped power and upset the balance.”
PM Netanyahu says 38 illegal Arab outposts have been dismantled so far in 2023.
"By agreeing to hear this case the Supreme Court has taken one step forward to rectifying this and protecting the religious liberties of Americans in the workforce."
Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, and Amy Coney Barrett wanted to grant YU the right to deny the gay students’ club.
"The Supreme Court decided... that I have an obligation to remove you from your position as Minister... This unfortunate decision ignores the will of the people..."
Attorney General Gali Baharav-Miara is reportedly considering starting a legal process to bring about a declaration of Prime Minister Netanyahu as incapacitated.
If the left could bring a million angry Israelis to the streets, it probably would have won the last election.
Justice Alex Stein, considered the most conservative of the High Court judges, was angrier than most with Aryeh Deri.
Opposition leader and Yesh Atid party chair Yair Lapid warned that if Deri isn’t fired, “the government will be breaking the law.”
MK Simcha Rothman’s proposed legislation goes even farther than that put forward by Justice Minister Yariv Levin, and as a “private bill” does not require review by the attorney general.
According to sources in Shas, Deri does not intend to resign from his post. If the PM wants him out, he would have to fire him.
The appellant, a postal worker, says he was forced from his job.
Israel is facing a new security era, created by a sharp and fundamental change in the characteristics of the previous geostrategic system.
MK Gottlieb demands that the justice minister file a complaint with the disciplinary court for judges demanding Hayut’s removal from office.
"Several months ago, there was a huge demonstration, the mother of all demonstrations. Millions of people went into the streets to vote in the elections."