Katzav to Apply Third Time for Parole

Former president Katzav is again trying to win parole without expressing remorse.

IDF Military Court to Rule on Azaria Appeals

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

Pakistani Supreme Court Rules Daniel Pearl’s Murderer to Stay in Prison

The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations lauded the decision, saying “this killer should be behind bars for the rest of his days; anything less would be a painful insult to the Pearl family.”

High Court Rejects Meretz, Reform Petition to Compel Public Transportation on Shabbat

The judges noted that the state is not obligated to act to examine transportation needs, and emphasized that they do not intend to express their opinion on this issue.

Iran Suing US in Hague Court of Justice

Iran claims the US' decision violated the Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Relations, signed by the US and Iran in 1955, decades before the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Bennett, Shaked, Threaten Walkout If Netanyahu Drops Court-Bypass Legislation

The high court president conditioned her meeting with the PM on his suspending the legislation, to which he acquiesced.

In 10 Minutes Justice Minister Levin Wipes Out Aharon Barak’s 30-Year Judicial Revolution

The initial reform Levin presented Wednesday night was only the tip of the iceberg.

Following Court Ruling, Senior Muslim Cleric Calls for ‘Defense’ of Temple Mount

“We do not recognize the Israeli court’s decision to close the Bab al-Rahma prayer compound,” Tsabari stated.

European Court Upholds Belgian Ban on Muslim Face Veil

Violation of the Belgian ban is punishable by a fine and up to seven days in jail.

Rabbi Mickey Mark’s Murderer Gets 2 Life Terms

Both of Rabbi Mark's murderers had been freed in Prime Minister Netanyahu's mass-release of more than 1,000 terrorists from Israeli jails in exchange for Gilad Shalit.

Iranian Courts Convict British, Saudi ‘Spies’

A female Iranian national who was in charge of the Iran desk at the British Council was sentenced to 10 years in prison after confessing to spying

BLM Protester Describes Bringing Down Statue in Bristol as ‘Act of Love’

The bronze statue of Edward Colston in Bristol was pulled down and thrown into the River Avon.

His Hands Weren’t Up: DoJ Clears Ferguson Police Officer

Ferguson police officer cleared by Justice Department of civil rights charges in shooting of Michael Brown.

Speaker Edelstein Passing the Gavel to Amir Peretz, Tells Court to Back Off

Edelstein said the court had been "dragged into political negotiations" instead of allowing the Knesset to elect a new speaker with a broad consent.

Suspended Sentence for Man Who Dumped Drink on Zoabi’s Head

The man who dumped a drink on MK Hanin Zoabi's head got a suspended sentence in the Magistrate's Court.

Appeals Court Revokes Deportation Orders Against 2 Foreign Workers, their Children

This year, the Immigration Authority began addressing the deportation of several dozen mothers and children living illegally in Israel for many years.

Prison Terms to Arab Lawyers Who Connected Security Prisoners to Hamas

While awaiting her trial and then sentencing, Shireen Issawi became the darling of international anti-Israeli groups.

Arab Terrorists Attacked Supreme Court Justice David Mintz

Despite the attempted assault on his life, the justice arrived in court Monday morning and is expected to deal with his caseload as usual.

Hague Court to Determine if Ismail Haniyeh Is a War Criminal

This is a second complaint filed by JIJ against Haniyeh, after a complaint a year ago regarding Haniyeh's war crimes during the 2014 Gaza war.

Lapid Govt Tells High Court Lebanon Deal Is Not Irreversible

Considering the current power balance in the 24th Knesset, it is almost certain that a vote would kill the deal.

Analysis: Rabbinical Court Lookstein Ruling Could Spell Our Next Kamtza and Bar Kamtza Tragedy

The Emperor said, “That would be YUGE. How do I know you're not lying?”

Supreme Court President Launches No Holds Barred Attack On Netanyahu

Over the two decades or so since Hayut was appointed to the high court, that august body has acted as the 121st member of Knesset.

Iranian Nuclear Scientist Hanged for Spying for US

According to the Wall Street Journal, Iranian authorities had threatened to hurt Amiri's family if he did not return to Iran.

Knesset Committee Holding Hearing Tuesday on Plight of Yitzhar Minor

The minor pulled out of his own home, without judicial due process and without seeking expert opinion from a social worker and the Youth Probation Service.

Dzokhar Tsarnaev Found Guilty in Boston Marathon Bombing Trial

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

Senior IDF Officer Indicted for Sexual Misconduct

In late 2015 the military was about to appoint him Head of the Operations Division, a senior position in the IDF command.

Israeli Labor Court Endorses Bedouin Polygamy

The ruling encourages Bedouin husbands to marry many women and divorce them on paper, while receive assistance for their polygamous families with income supplements intended for the single mothers but in reality going to the spouses.

Knesset Passes Law Assigning Running State Mikvahs to Chief Rabbinate

"Reform Jews in the US don’t have a single mikvah. All of a sudden they need a mikvah over here?"

Prosecution Demands 18-Year Sentence for Killer of British Exchange Student in Jerusalem

The Prosecution argued that the killer was mentally unstable and didn't murder Hannah Bladon out of Nationalistic reasons.

Historic First: Chassidic Woman Elected to be NY Civil Court Judge

For the first time in U.S. history, a Chassidic woman wins a Brooklyn election, against a man, to become a New York Civil Court judge.

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