Rabbi Yehuda Glick Pleads to Return to Temple Mount

A letter in lieu of testimony was read in Jerusalem court Sunday from Temple Mount activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick.

Mazal Tov! Rabbi Kahane’s Grandson Asking Court’s Permission to Attend Son’s Bris

Ettinger has been held under administrative detention for almost 8 months much of it in isolation, and he still hasn't been charged with a crime.

Federal Judge Rules ‘Insufficient Duress’ in 1938 Sale of Picasso Belonging to German Jewish...

Since the Met itself did not send out its own thugs to bargain down terrified Jewish refugees out of their dwindling riches, it is OK for the museum to continue to display the million dollar artwork.

Netanyahu Hands Communications Portfolio to Tzachi HaNegbi

PM Netanyahu is also contending with Case 1000, a probe into gifts he and his wife have received.

IDF Military Court to Rule on Azaria Appeals

Azaria was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 18 months in prison.

IDF Court Compels 3 Terrorists to Compensate their Victims

"We are working to ensure that in the course of the legal process, the victims of the offense will be the concern of the legal system, and not, heaven forbid, pity for the murderers."

Court Rules Netanyahu Must Provide Account of Conversations with Sheldon Adelson

The PM's office claimed that "the information would expose the Prime Minister's relationship with his personal friends," which are Netanyahu's private affair.

IDF Indicts 5 Soldiers for Allegedly Assaulting Arab Terror Detainees

The beaten Arab suspects were charged with aiding the terrorists who murdered two IDF soldiers.

Ministers Approve Bill Requiring Judea, Samaria Arab Land Petitions to Start in District Courts

The bill would reduce the great burden borne by the Supreme Court in its role as High Court of Justice, for which the justices would surely be grateful.

The Cost of Resuming Israeli Gas Exports to Egypt: Kiss $2 Billion Good Bye

An interview El-Molla gave to Bloomberg in November damaged the value of Israeli gas companies' shares, on speculation that Egypt would halt the talks on buying natural gas from Israel.

Alitalia Pays Out $6,500 to Israelis Stuck in Rome Without Diapers

'Is it conceivable that every time a passenger in Israel needs to contact the defendant to clarify details regarding his or her flight, or customer service, they can only do so by emailing an overseas representative?' Estreicher wrote, wondering if such correspondence was expected to be conducted in Italian.

Rabbi Kahane’s Grandson to Be Released into House Detention, Restrictions

An administrative decree signed by OC Central Command Maj. Gen. Roni Numa bans Ettinger from Judea and Samaria for a period of one year.

Jury Convicts Etan Patz’s Killer

Back in 2015 a different jury was one vote short of convicting Hernandez. The prosecutors decided to try him again, and this time got a conviction.

Dzokhar Tsarnaev Found Guilty in Boston Marathon Bombing Trial

Tsarnaev brother guilty on all charges in Boston Marathon Bombing trial.

Ha’aretz on Warpath Against New Hebron Jewish Housing

Although it's puzzling why Burger didn't tweet in English, or ask someone at the paper's English language website to help him translate, the panicky urgency of the tweet is unmistakable.

Habayit Hayehudi Submits Law Regulating High Court’s Interaction with Legislators

The bill's sponsors also claim that Justice Barak's constitutional revolution 'disrupted the delicate balance between the legislative and judicial branches.'

Israeli Supreme Court Rules that Users Can Sue Facebook in Israeli Courts

The court ruled that allowing multinational corporations to determine jurisdiction in cases involving customers posed a serious imbalance of power, regardless of the text of user agreements.

Arab Violence Skyrockets in Jerusalem

Arab violence skyrockets in Jerusalem; one city council member says politics ties police hands.

Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro Slays Sexually Abusive Priests

"While the grand jury named 301 predator priests, they actually got reports on more than 400," Shapiro said.

Hague ICC to Hear Complaints Against PA for Torturing Civilians

The father suffered a heart attack when he saw his little daughter who became paralyzed, because the Palestinian Authority had removed her from the incubator in order to punish her father.
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Bill Sending Land Claims Against Settlers to Lower Courts Wins Preliminary Vote

The proposed bill determines that administrative petitions against state authorities in Judea and Samaria will be heard in district courts and not in the High Court of Justice, just as such cases are handled within the Green Line.

Watch: Hundreds Participate in Hareidi ‘Day of Rage’

The demonstrations were sparked by the arrest of two yeshiva students who refused to appear at the IDF enlistment office.
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Evicted from Ecuadorian Embassy, Julian Assange indicted for Hacking the US Government

According to London police, the Australian computer programmer was arrested again and indicted by US Justice Department officials furnished with extradition papers.

US 2nd Circuit Appeals Court Reverses Anti-Terror Verdict Against Palestinian Authority, PLO

The court case involving the families of terror victims against the Palestinian Authority takes a new turn, and further appeal may be required.

Court Rejects Police Demand to Remove Temple Mount Activist Who May Conduct Pascal Sacrifice

At the same time, the Judge issued a restraining order against the activists barring them from entering the Temple Mount compound until Wednesday.

Supreme Court: Hareidi Papers Can’t Be Forced to Advertise Hareidi Women’s Party

The all-women Hareidi political party wanted to advertise to their constituency.

Terrorist Killer Who Ran Over Israeli Not Charged with Murder

"We will not allow cowards to cheapen our blood in order to find favor in the eyes of the world," said the family's attorney.

IDF Court Acquits Arab Who Severely Injured Woman of Attempted Murder

The judge noted that following the attack the victim’s car stopped, and if the five youths would have wanted to kill her they would have continued to throw stones at her.

Ministerial Committee Delays Vote on Bill to Legalize Amona

After A-G Mandelblit warns such a bill is unconstitutional, ministers decide to delay a vote to legalize Amona.

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