The case provides the links connecting a number of Israel’s most significant crimes in recent years, police claim
Israel High Court
According to Israeli criteria, travel permits are only granted if first-degree relatives are either dead or dying
Health Ministry forbids accepting sperm donations from Ari Nagel, an American who has donated sperm openly and at no cost to women all over the world
The bottom line is that an Israeli court allowed a politician to intervene in cultural and artistic content under the vague umbrella of 'preventing hurt feelings'
Hanan Melcer, also a Supreme Court justice, expresses particular concern about anonymous election ads posted on social media. 'I can't say that I'm at ease'
Petition to Israel's Top Court Aims to Block Decision in Netanyahu's Corruption Cases Before Election
Veteran Likud activist urges Israel's top court to order attorney general to postpone decision slated for late February, but justices are unlikely to intervene
Southern city says group hasn't paid taxes, charges for seven years ■ Negev Coexistence Forum says retroactive demand is illegal and based on political reasons
In response to a court challenge to an overall ban on leavened foods at hospitals during the holiday, a compromise would have designated areas of hospitals where such food that is not kosher for Passover could be consumed
Under pressure from farmers, finance minister delayed implementation of an approved agreement signed with the Thai government to ensure the workers’ pension rights
Justices criticized the Council for Higher Education for turning a blind eye to segregation not confined to classrooms ■ 'You want to create demand for segregation,' director of ultra-Orthodox campuses told
The state is not letting Qubati visit the grave because it is located inside a military base built at the site of a Christian cemetery in the village of Malul, saying allowing her access would set a problematic precedent
The Sabbagh family has been ordered to leave its home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in favor of Jewish settlers by January 23
In questioning the nation-state law, even the 'conservative' justices are causing grave damage to the soul of the nation that returned to Zion with so much suffering
At the swearing-in ceremony for new judges, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked accuses law academics of ‘toeing the line’ of judicial activist approach pioneered by Aharon Barak
Israel's Supreme Court President Snipes at Justice Minister Shaked Over Attempts to Politicize Judiciary
'The are no right-wing or left-wing judges,' Esther Hayut said, calling on politicians to let judges 'perform their duty impartially' ■ Attorney general called out Likud MK for 'harming public trust' in decisions over Netanyahu's corruption cases
Esther Hayut said the state’s position that surrogacy should be legal only for women who cannot have children 'could be blatantly unconstitutional,' adding: Why are women allowed and men not?
In response to a High Court petition, Mendelblit stated a video of the prime minister giving a speech to Israeli commando soldiers 'emphasizes his personal role'
A High Court judge once warned that special screening institutes would become fig leaves for communities seeking to keep out would-be members. Turns out he was right
The state agreed to stop paving a road it admitted was being built on Palestinian land, but it was completed nevertheless and a new building was constructed adjacent to it
District court judges, who hear petitions from Palestinians, were only briefed by security and government officials in training seminar ■ 'They basically told them what to write in their rulings,' one participant tells Haaretz
Netanyahu will ask cabinet on Sunday to formally approve his role as defense minister on Sunday ■ The prime minister currently holds defense, immigration, health and foreign ministry portfolios
Waste was dumped in 2011 but never cleaned, with government as Israel Railways each claiming the other is responsible for disposal
Supreme court stiffens sentence from 11 years to 14 ■ Court said man played 'a dominant role' in abducting the woman and guarding the door while his friends raped her
In a letter, social workers argued that their professional code of ethics obligates them to help anyone living in Israel ■ Asylum seekers are currently ineligible for welfare services, except in life-threatening situations
High-functioning autistic children are being integrated into normal kindergartens, yet they are entitled to 14.5 hours of extra after-hours help a week, according to the national health law - help they aren't receiving
The court gave the state 90 days to formulate its position ■ Some 24,000 blind and visually impaired people live in Israel
The government and attorney general's behavior in the botched choice of a new police chief proves just how badly the committee is needed
Avichai Mendelblit says a decision will be made 'as fast as possible' on whether to indict Netanyahu in the corruption cases
More guns means more suicide, violence and murders – especially against women, claim petitioners
Existing law was slated to expire on Saturday ■ Government now has until mid-January to enact legislation and avoid early elections