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Greek Orthodox Church: Court Ruling in Favor of Israeli Org ‘Unfair’

The court ruled that the Greek Orthodox Church must honor a 99-year lease of three church properties it signed with the Ateret Cohanim organization in 2004.

A First: Court Orders Interior Ministry to Recognize Private Orthodox Conversion

In 2016, the High Court of Justice ruled that conversions in private Orthodox courts in Israel should be recognized. The Netanyahu government has been dragging its feet about complying with the ruling.

Numerous Associates Sentenced to Prison with Former PM Ehud Olmert

Numerous associates of former prime minister Ehud Olmert were sentenced to prison Tuesday and fined millions of shekels, along with the ex-politician.

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

Family of Terror Victim Who Died 7 Years After the Attack Demands Reopening Killers’...

The explosion damaged her brain stem in 2011 and she remained in a vegetative state for six years.

Hebron Arab Smuggled Knife into Jerusalem to Kill a Yarmulke Wearing Jew

His plan was to locate a suitable victim, pepper-spray him, then stab him in the neck or back when he couldn't defend himself.

Supreme Court Reverses Interior Ministry Decision on Peruvian Jews

Judge Daphne Barak-Erez wrote, adding: "Let us not replace the question of 'Who is a Jew' with the question of 'What is a Jewish community.'"

Israeli Security Cabinet Votes Unanimously to Build New Town for Amona Residents

The new town will be the first to be established by Israel in Judea and Samaria in more than two decades.

Amona ‘Regulation Law’ Passed Unanimously by Ministerial Committee for Legislation

The 'Regulation Law' now goes to the Knesset for consideration after passing the government coalition.

Naor Bars All Justices From Jubilee State Ceremony in Gush Etzion, But Far-Left Event...

Four thousand people from across most of the political spectrum are attending the historic event.

Christians in Banned Majority-Muslim Countries Not Fans of Trump Order

'This will lead to new discrimination. It will reflect very negatively on minorities.'

Arab Bank Settles NY Fed Court Case over Hamas Terror Attacks

Jordan's Arab Bank agrees to an out-of-court settlement with U.S. citizens over fiscal liability for Hamas terrorist attacks.

Israeli Religious Court Declares Woman Conceived From Sperm Bank Eligible for Marriage

Since the identity of the father is unknown, it could have imposed severe restrictions on whom the woman would be allowed to marry.

White House Officials: Freed Pollard Making Aliyah? Fuhgeddaboudit

Pollard's lawyers are working tirelessly to stay away from media coverage of the anticipated moment.

Israeli Arab MK Basel Ghattas Indicted on Abuse of Diplomatic Immunity, Use of Property...

Balad party MK Basel Ghattas has been indicted on a range of charges linked to allegations he sneaked communications equipment into prison for Hamas terrorist inmates.

Poll: Over Half of Israelis Want Inquiry into Alleged Abuses in Netanyahu Investigations

68% of the survey respondents support the establishment of an independent audit mechanism for the judiciary.

Haredi MK Eichler Calls Supreme Court ‘Evil Empire’

The MK also compared the maneuvering of the high court to the way the Bolsheviks took over Russia in 1917.

Amona Residents Approve Government Deal

Residents of Amona have approved an agreement with the government after a night-long negotiation led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

5 Arabs Indicted for Temple Mount Shooting Plot

The gang was supported by the Hamas military wing, the Izz a-Din al-Qassam Brigade, and Fatah's military arm, The Al-Aqsa martyrs Brigade.

Regavim Responds to Israel High Court Decision

The Regavim Movement's response to the rejection by the High Court of the Amona Agreement.

High Court Rejects Leftwing NGO Appeal Against Amona Refugees’ Relocation

"There is no concrete claim to land rights at all here," Justice Solberg said, pointing out that "the nearest Palestinian village, Jalud, is 2 kilometers away as the crow flies."

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.

Military Court of Appeals Critical of Administrative Restrictions of Jews without Hearings

More than 50 administrative restriction orders were issued by the GOC of the Central and Home Front Commands over the past year against Jewish youths and not one involved a hearing, in violation of the law.

AG Mandelblit: Netanyahu Does Not Have to Resign at this Time

Mandelblit avoided ruling on the most crucial question regarding Netanyahu's political future.

Court Rejects Confessions Made Under Torture in Duma Arson Case

During the hearing, the judge said that "the use of the [excessive] means (the state's euphemism for torture) severely violated the rights of the defendants."

Jewish Camp Counselor Admits Sexual Abuse

Sheriff's officers handcuffed Kolko and took him to the County Jail.

Defense in Duma Arson/Murder Trial: State Investigation Consisted Entirely of Threats and Violence

"The Shabak was pressed to solve the crime, and in order to do so, it trampled all the basic rights of an Israeli citizen."

Victims of Terror File Suit Against US Charity for Funneling Donations to Hamas and...

The lawsuit alleges that USCPR has materially supported the terror groups responsible for incendiary terror balloons and kites launched from Hamas-controlled Gaza into Israel.

MK Glick Suing Netanyahu over Temple Mount Ban

On Monday night, Netanyahu attempted to subvert the pending petition by announcing that he plans to remove the ban in about three months, but Glick was not impressed.

If Brooklyn Has a Haredi Woman Judge, Why Shouldn’t Israel?

Shaked: “I see before me a special challenge in the appointment of a female haredi judge."

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