IDF agrees to pay if suit against officer who commandeered a taxi in the West Bank, tied up the driver and then heedlessly shot a Palestinian, succeeds.
Chaim Levinson is a Haaretz correspondent, covering the Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Previously, he was the Yedioth Ahoronot correspondent for Religious Affairs and the Orthodox communities.
Levinson received his B.A. in Social and Humanities Studies at the Open University and is currently studying for his M.A. in Interdisciplinary Democracy Studies.
Civil Administration issues stop work orders for tents and solar panels, many of which were established with European Union help for humanitarian purposes.
Prime Minister Netanyahu ordered police to establish centralized unit 18 months ago with goal of creating intelligence database and cracking down on extremist attacks across country - but plan has already gotten off to rocky start.
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The portable bathroom, which was installed for the use of a handicapped man, violated an order against illegal construction by settlers, the Civil Administration said.
Moshe Ya'alon is negotiating with settlers to legalize the Havat Gilad outpost in exchange for their voluntary withdrawal from four structures in the West Bank's Area B.
Officer pessimistic about chances of stopping right-wing hate crimes over next few months, citing lack of deterrence and the strong trust and cohesion among the perpetrators.
Following an alleged hate crime near Jerusalem, police arrested a man and a boy for the beating of an 80-year-old Palestinian man in the northern West Bank in March.
In 2012, the department - which owns almost all the land allotted to building settlements in territories - was granted an annual budget of NIS 60.3 million, while its expenses reached NIS 272 million.
Judge Meir Wigisser recommends using 'non-conviction' method employed by civilian courts, also says court should be authorized to have the option of issuing a warning to the defendant that he or she not repeat the offense.