Court rules: "the harm caused by the fence's route to the petitioners is reasonable and proportionate in comparison to the great security value that results from the fence along this route."
Jerusalem Judge Yitzhak Shimoni was adjudicator in a property-line dispute between landowners in Beit Horon, outside Jerusalem. In order to hear litigants' claims and see disputed area for himself, he requested security detail from courts to accompany him to community beyond the Green Line.
The law authorizes ministers to file a disciplinary complaint against a judge to the ad hoc judicial disciplinary tribunal, which can take measures against a judge and even remove him from duty.
Objections to service claim that Street View cameras have photographed people's faces and vehicle license plates.
Along with his brother and other accomplices, Abergil faces charges including the ordering of a murder, drug trafficking, extortion and money laundering.
The Margalit Tzan'ani affair that broke this week could shed new light on the increasingly long arm of organized crime, and specifically gang members' determined efforts to enter into a wide range of legitimate business dealings.
Judge says there is 'serious suspicion' that Margalit Tzan’ani is involved in the allegations against her.
Tomer Zarchin goes head to head with Public Defender Inbal Rubinstein.
Investigators from the national unit on economic crimes are also looking into whether Tzan'ani influenced the outcome of the vote on 'A Star is Born'.
Singer, known in Israel as 'Margol', made headlines last week for criticizing social protest movement; interrogated for using services of crime organization to collect debts.