Legislation and court rulings that absolutely ban abortion without regard for the health of the mother limit our ability to preserve life.
President Trump’s appointed Circuit Judge Jonathan Kobes wrote in the decision that the Arkansas law does not ban criticism of Israel.
The president of the Shurat Hadin NGO, whose attorneys represented the families in the case, hails “another huge victory of ours over terror.”
Likud Chairman Benjamin Netanyahu said he needed ten days to try to cobble together a right-wing coalition government.
The lawsuit may have been the tip of an iceberg with lots of secular vs. religious wars just below the surface.
YU responded to the lawsuit by citing its Torah Umadda mission which emphasizes Torah values.
Luther’s book that mentions the 'Jewish Sow' was used by the Nazi party to promote antisemitism.
They got away easy. Kammerzell was going to sue for $3.1 million.
When Jewish parents tried to establish a Jewish affinity group, they were blocked.
This ends the 18-year-long legal battle of the properties.
Filber never met Netanyahu during the dates the prosecution claims they held facilitation meeting, and the court won't let them change their indictments
Every day I like Itamar Ben Gvir more. He’ll make a great Internal Security Minister someday.
"...your silence in the face of the current defiance may be interpreted as a biased policy, not to mention hypocrisy."
One wonders what else Israel could liberate in the face of the next Arab rage.
The government said the ruling doesn't change the status quo, and the state would be filing an appeal in the case.
Justice Tzion Sharai: "It is not possible to say that bowing and reciting Shema constitutes a reasonable suspicion of conduct that might lead to a breach of peace."
"Our professional position is that the death penalty for the offense of murder should not be mandatory, and the death penalty should certainly not be a mandatory punishment."
The bill stipulates that a terrorist’s death sentence cannot be rescinded, to prevent the possibility of including him in a prisoner exchange deal.
The government said the plan would increase tourism to sites in the Old City that are sacred to all three major religions and relieve the heavy traffic.
"I order the release of the accused unconditionally," the judge ruled.
The law would require the Supreme Court to create a code of conduct that would apply to both the justices and their employees.
"Foreign governments are intervening in Israel's counter-terrorism policies."
Justice Alito wrote in a majority draft opinion: "We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled."
The judges agreed that since the Hebron municipality does not accept planning requests from Jews, the IDF was right to take away those powers.
However, since the defendant was a citizen and resident of Israel at the time of the commission of the alleged offenses, it was determined that he is entitled to serve his sentence in Israel should he be convicted and sentenced to prison time.
Plants dried up and died, and the animals that relied on these plants were harmed.
If convicted, the alleged Hezbollah agent may face from 25 to 100 years in prison.
“Arguments that anti-BDS laws violate the Constitution threaten to put Jews outside the protection of anti-discrimination principles.”
In January 2021, the criminal case against the four police officers involved in the tragedy was closed by Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit.
The state believes demonstrators are not allowed to heckle the PM in Ra’anana, they should do it on Balfour Street in Jerusalem.