Ya’alon: Netanyahu Should Be Tried for Treason over Submarine Deals

The Likud would rather not confront Ya'alon, who has been on the record from the start against purchasing that extra submarine.

Despite Criticism, Commissioner Hell-Bent on Enforcing ‘Substantially Equivalent’ Curriculum in Yeshivas

The 'Substantially Equivalent' law demands well beyond what any Yeshiva can provide without seriously impairing its ability to provide Torah studies.

Shaked Plans Knesset Confirmation of Next Supreme Court Judges

"In the vast majority of Western democracies," Shaked noted, "It is the elected officials who appoint the judges of the highest court in the judicial system."

Smotrich Compares Supreme Court to Iran’s Supreme Council

MK Bezalel Samotrich tweeted: "Israel will not be Iran."

High Court Disqualifies Ben Ari, Approves Anti-Zionist Arab Parties, Cassif

"Ofer Cassif, Tibi and Zoabi, supporters of terrorism every one, are in, but Ben Ari, a Zionist Jew whose sons serve in the IDF, is out."

Court Orders Temporary Closure of Golden Gate on Temple Mount in Jerusalem

The most violent and serious attack took place last Thursday when a terrorist set the Israel Police station afire by throwing a firebomb at a police officer.

On her 86th Birthday, ‘Rally for Ruth’ Wants to Name Brooklyn Municipal Building after...

As of Sunday morning, 93,776 have signed petition to "Rename the Brooklyn Municipal Building for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg."

Ben Ari Claims Reform’s Appeal for his Disqualification Chock Full of Willful Distortions

The right-wing parties union is preparing to launch a huge protest in the event that the court reverses the Knesset's decision.

Justice Minister Shaked Appoints Two More Conservative Judges to Israel’s Appeals Court

Two new judges were appointed by Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, bringing the total number chosen during her tenure to 334.

Demonstrators in Jerusalem Demand Malka Leifer’s Extradition

The protest was organized by the Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel.

Assam Barghouti Indicted in Givat Assaf Junction, Ofra Terror Attacks

Barghouti’s remand was extended by the court in response to a request by the prosecution, until the conclusion of the legal proceedings.

A-G Agrees to Hold Back Netanyahu Pre-Indictment Hearing, Transfer of Evidence Until After Election

The news is a win for Netanyahu, who requested the delay in order to avert any adverse impact on the polls.

Torture Doesn’t Pay: Court Acquits Defendants in Dormition Abbey Arson

Only last week, the enemies of democracy challenged the candidacy of the Jewish Power Party. Will anyone now disqualify the Blue and White party's Moshe Ya'alon, for trampling democracy with his military boots?Lock him up.

London Beit Din Dayan Resigns, Cites Falling Short of Standards

Rabbi Abraham said he had been “under exceptional strain and stress for some time which has taken its inevitable toll."

Jewish Power’s Ben-Gvir Suing Liberman for $70K over Shin Bet Agitator Accusation

Ben-Gvir said this morning, "I understand that Avigdor Liberman is under pressure."

Three IDF Soldiers Convicted of Abusing Terror Suspects

Soldiers from Netzah Yehuda Battalion plead guilty to aggravated abuse of suspected terrorists, receive 190 days in prison, demotion in rank and probation, but avoid more serious assault charges.

EU Court to Hamas: Yes, You Are Terrorists

The decision can be appealed to the European Court of Justice.

Regardless of Results, Fight Over Expelling Otzma Candidate Likely to Reach High Court

Meanwhile, Attorney Ben Gvir filed a 500,000 shekel ($138,000) defamation lawsuit against MK Stav Shafir (Labor), for calling the members of Jewish Power "Nazis."

High Court Delays Decision on Prohibiting Entry of Chametz at Israeli Hospitals During Passover

A response by the State is required by June 1, 2019; that is, a month and a half after the upcoming Passover holiday.

Israel Re-Incarcerates Belgian Security Prisoner

Due to an error in the process with the Israel Prisons Service, the Shin Bet's objection was not transferred to the parole board.

Bibi’s Lawyers: 2 out of 3 Indictment Files Dead on Arrival

Regarding case 4,000, Bibi's attorneys claim that it is a precedent-setting case, attempting to establish a post-facto norm that has no place in any other country.

Jerusalem Municipality Ends Corrupt Procedure that Handed Arabs Illegal Construction Permits

A remnant of the pre-1948 British Mandate, the Mukhtar Procedure recognizes an affidavit by a local Arab village leader on behalf of a local resident, verifying of the latter's land ownership.

Former Argentine President Acquitted of Interference in AMIA Bombing Investigation

Former Argentine president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was indicted in 2017 for covering up Iran's role in the attack.

AG Mandelblit Announces Bribery, Breach of Trust Charges Against PM Netanyahu

A court's decision on the prime minister's indictments is expected within a year.

Gantz Files $140,000 Lawsuit Against NY Woman Claiming He Sexually Harassed Her

Blue and White co-chairman Benny Gantz on Thursday filed a libel suit for half a million shekels ($140,000) against Navarone (Nava) Jacobs, an Israeli expatriate living in New York.

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