The attack at Ariel junction and the Supreme court ruling disqualifying Kahanist Ben Ari but allowing Balad and Cassif is good luck for Bennett and Shaked
Israel High Court
While asylum requests by Sudanese, which have been pending for years, are being processed, they 'deserve to live with dignity like in other countries,' says plaintiff
The election of a right-wing government to an additional four-year term will eliminate the separation of powers and erode the rule of law in Israel
Top court says pace of handling requests 'unacceptable'
The amendment to the Basic Law that disqualified Otzma Yehudit's Michael Ben Ari was originally drafted by the right to be used against Arab parties and their candidates
Under Ayelet Shaked's proposed plan, the justice minister would present Supreme Court candidates to the cabinet and Knesset for approval, and the candidates would undergo public hearings
By barring Michael Ben Ari from running in the election, the Supreme Court courageously prevented insane talk from becoming insane acts
In a democracy, one must be particularly wary of a political majority that seeks to deny a national minority political representation
Court reversed the Knesset election committee's decision, which had approved Michael Ben Ari and disqualified Balad-United Arab List and Hadash's Ofer Cassif ■ For first time in Israeli history candidate, not list, is banned
The transcript of the Israeli Supreme Court hearing about the candidacy of a left-wing Jewish activist ought to be published and distributed to every Israeli
Eti Craif, a Netanya Magistrate’s Court judge, is suspected of using her intimate ties with ex-bar association chief Effi Nave to get herself appointed to her post
Ofer Cassif, a candidate on the Hadash slate, appealed the Central Election Committee's decision to disqualify him from running in the April 9 election to the Supreme Court ■ the court is expected to rule on Sunday
As far back as 1996, the Supreme Court ruled there was no contradiction between Israel's identity as a Jewish state and a state of all its citizens
Readying for hearing in corruption cases, the PM told Israel's top court previous 'populist' decision to hold funds from tycoon friends is 'unreasonable'
Analysis The Israeli Elections Committee Embraced Jewish Supremacists and Expelled Arab Radicals. So What Else Is New?
The board’s decisions may be overturned by the High Court but they will be seen by critics as proof of Israel's slide to the darkness of nationalism and ethnocentrism
Justices order state to explain why less drastic arrangements for Passover can’t be made
Justices ordered science minister to reconsider Prof. Yael Amitai's appointment to binational committee, but said that in theory, refusing appointments for ethical reasons is legitimate
During the search for three kidnapped Jewish teenagers in the West Bank in 2014, Israel re-arrested 60 prisoners released in the Gilad Shalit deal
Justices tell petitioners 'it would be advisable to persist in conducting the struggle within the public sector,' as they do not possess power to support them on the judicial-institutional realm
The state said that raising monthly stipend would undermine the entire plan to increase benefits to both elderly and younger disabled Israelis
Netanyahu expected to be indicted for bribery, breach of trust pending a hearing
Religious authority agrees to allow areas where food that isn't kosher for Passover can be eaten during holiday, but only outside hospital buildings and if guard is present
Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories said the visit has been approved, as an exceptional case, despite the request not meeting the necessary criteria
The case provides the links connecting a number of Israel’s most significant crimes in recent years, police claim
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