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Brussels, Paris Victims Suing Twitter for Facilitating Terror Attacks

Out of all the social media platforms, 'Twitter has most brazenly refused to cut off its services to terrorists, taking the position that ‘the tweets must flow’ even if it means assisting in mass murders.'

Israel Expands Haresha in Samaria

The petition to expropriate the land for public use was approved in late October by a majority of the Justices on the bench.

Rabbi Kahane’s Grandson to See Judge Tuesday over Administrative Detention

Ettinger was arrested about seven months ago under an administrative order signed by Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon.

Israel and Turkey Delay Reconciliation, Ambassador Exchange

Almost 'normalized' but not quite: Israel completes its part of the deal, but Turkey's court refuses to dismiss the case against IDF soldiers and officers.

MK Oren Hazan Rapped for Speeding on Highway to Eilat

MK Oren Hazan subsequently thanked the government for building such an excellent highway.

Meir Kahane’s Grandson May Be Released from Administrative Detention

So far, Meir Kahane's great grandson, Netzach Binyamin, who is two months old, has not been served with a Ya'alon administrative detention writ.

Israel Planning Aggressive Measures Against African Illegals

At present, Israel is home to an estimated 40,000 infiltrators from Africa.

AG AWOL as High Court Debates Law Settling Judea, Samaria Land Disputes

The prevailing assessment in both the legal political systems is that the law will be disqualified, especially in view of Attorney General Mandelblit's position.

Dutch Researcher Doubts Anne Frank Was Turned In

More was going on in the building than just Jews being hidden there, and the authorities may have raided 263 Prinsengracht for other reasons.

Hebron Spokesperson on Azaria Conviction: It Was a Big Mistake [audio]

'In the end of the day, the soldier shot a terrorist who came to kill and was a dangerous enemy combatant.'

State Asking Supreme Court Once More to Postpone Amona Evictions

. The purpose of the new request, submitted following the approval vote by the Amona residents for a new eviction outline, is to allow for carrying out the court-ordered eviction in an orderly fashion.

MTA Sneaks In Free Speech Restrictions, Bypassing Court Ruling Favoring Anti-Jihad Ad

These new regulations were announced on Thursday, just three days after the American Freedom Defense Initiative ads were put up with court approval.

Shocked Beit Din Tells Philandering Kabbalist to Quit, Following Audio Tape

The Beit Din was shocked when an audio tape exposed how a well-known Kabbalist convinced at least one married woman to have an affair with him.

‘Multiple Apartments’ Tax Struck Down by High Court

An expanded panel of judges handed down the decision Sunday, determining the proposed multiple apartments tax was illegal.

Death Penalty for Terrorists Passed in Preliminary Vote

MK Robert Ilatov: "All those who claim that we can lose our deterrence against terrorist organizations [if we apply the death penalty], will those people tell me if imprisonment of terrorists is a deterrence?"

Report: Police Recommend Indicting Sara Netanyahu over PM’s Residence Charges

Last December, Sara Netanyahu was interrogated by the same anti-corruption unit, about the use of the electrician on weekends and on Yom Kippur.

Tzipi Hotovely Appeals to President for Elor Azaria Pardon

Hotovely stressed the need to reunify the IDF and restore the legitimacy of IDF soldiers who are facing terrorism every day.

Court to Decide if Confessions Extracted by Torture Admissible in Duma Arson-Murder Case

Amiran Ben-Uliel's lawyer says his client's confession was extracted through torture and is inadmissible as a result.

WOW Claiming Groundbreaking Court Ruling

Judge Sharon Larry Bavly stated that there was no cause for arresting the women.

Liberman Steps Down as FM But Indictment Postponed

Yisrael Beytenu leader – and just-stepped-down Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman – is in legal limbo, with his anticipated indictment delayed at the last minute.

Hebrew University Asks to Join Appeal to Keep BDS Student in Israel

The Hebrew University Senate said the decision of Minister Erdan "not to allow the student into the country merely because of her opinions constitutes a threat against what the university represents.”

Netanyahu Promises ‘Normalization Law’ Vote on Monday to Save Settlements from Uprooting

The legislation was repeatedly stonewalled by Netanyahu over the past few months, for a variety of political considerations.

Richard Dreyfuss Playing Fellow New Yorker Bernie Madoff in ABC Mini-Series [video]

"I am the logical person to play the role, I am clearly a New Yorker, I've made a career out of playing college-educated, Upper West Side Jewish men."

First Arrests at Netiv Ha’Avot as Evacuation Begins

These two youth have the honor of being the first two people arrested at the protests in Netiv Ha'Avot on Tuesday morning.

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