Yitzhak Gabay gets another four months behind bars, for a total of 40 months, as the Supreme Court rejects his appeal and finds for the state which found his punishment for the November 2014 attack too lenient.
Samaria Residents’ Council exceeded its objectives, Registrar of Associations says as part of its investigation into claims that group’s publications encourage hate crimes.
Police head to the scene to investigate.
Lawyers of the suspects in politically motivated crimes assert that the Shin Bet is denying legal counsel to their clients as a matter of course.
The three, who confessed to setting cars on fire and spraying hate graffiti in an Arab village, were denied legal counsel for three days after the arrest.
Investigators know that far-right activists are notoriously hard to break, so they have to resort to some rather creative methods - including fake blood and staged drug busts.
Reform Movement's Religious Action Center contacted prosecution after Lehava head Bentzi Gopstein demanded Christians be deported in article entitled 'Eradicate the vampires.'
The Jewish extremists of Israel’s past were quickly welcomed back into society as journalists, political activists and settler leaders. But experts say today’s offenders will not enjoy similar leniency.
Those who attack a Jewish-Arab school 'add fuel to the fire' and 'humiliate the Arabs among us,' judge rules.
Anti-Christian slogans such as 'Christians to Hell' and 'Death to the heathen Christians the enemies of Israel' were scrawled on the church walls.