311 Eritrean and Sudanese citizens were detained between January 2016 and March 2017, including some who had completed a prison term and were due for release
Israel High Court
Uprooting Bedouin communities and replacing them with new Jewish settlements is against international law, and the Israeli High Court of Justice must stand firm against it
The firing of thousands of asylum seekers who are doing jobs that Israelis don’t want won’t serve anyone’s interests
Prosecutors: 'Prime minister decided not to bring up the matter for another debate by the Israeli government'
Justices scold the state over its failure to decide whether to put a stop to professional soccer games on the Jewish Sabbath
State commits to introduce legislation by June 2018, responding to a court petition challenging the discrimination in the current law against gays and lesbians
Israel's security agency violating High Court ruling by failing to inform persons called in for 'warning talks' of their rights
Israel Charges Bedouin Medical Student With Grave Security Offenses. His Crime? Passing Out Lecture Notes
Taer Jouda was held by the security service for a month, denied a lawyer for the first two weeks and rejected efforts to become an informant: 'He just wants to be a doctor'
Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked's initiative would limit the High Court of Justice from intervening and deprive the court of the power to disqualify a basic law
High Court's excision of support for marriage equality from PSA is deceptive, unnecessary