Omar Shakir is slated to leave Israel on November 25. Meanwhile, Shakir has filed a request for another hearing from Israel's Supreme Court
Israel High Court
Israeli Supreme Court Justice: Justice Minister's Criticism 'Makes It Difficult for System to Function'
Justice Menachem Mazuz also said that having a justice minister who pushes against the system 'is a troubling and disturbing situation' following Amir Ohana's attack on the state prosecution
High Court has turned down Burkov's petition against his extradition, in a step the Russian Embassy said 'did not contribute' to ties between the two countries
"The EU stands firm in protecting freedom of expression and freedom of association," read the statement
Israel's High Court rejected petition against signing of the extradition order for Alexsey Burkov on Sunday
The judges also ruled that there were no exceptional circumstances which require intervening in the decision to extradite Aleksey Burkov
State argues against Aleksey Burkov's appeal amid Russia's reported interest in swapping an Israeli traveler jailed on drug charges for the accused man
The court's ruling to revoke Omar Shakir's residency and work visa exemplifies the slippery slope Israel is on due to its control of the West Bank, and the court's failure to stop it
After speaking to 'government officials' involved in handling Naama Issachar's case, family says 'Naama shouldn’t be a tool in the hands of a Russian hacker and his people'
State says Omar Shakir supports boycott movement, while he says decision is part of attempt to silence human rights organizations working in Israel
Family of Israeli Woman Jailed in Russia Petitions Top Court Not to Extradite Russian Hacker to U.S.
Petition charges that Russia has turned Naama Issachar into a bargaining chip in its effort to release Alexey Burkov, who is wanted in the U.S. for cyber crimes
Analysis Top Court's Order to Try Cop Who Killed Arab Israeli Shows Using Lethal Force Always Warrants Probe
Majority justices found several flaws in the attorney general's decision to reject the appeal to open the probe into the death Kheir Hamdan, stating a clear public interest in legal proceedings
Shamgar, who helped shape the character of the Israeli legal system and laid the cornerstones of Israeli law, passed away on Friday at 94
The Aramean minority in Israel was recognized as a nationality in 2014, also following a battle by local activist, until then the state considered Arameans to be Christian Arabs
Supreme Court says both parents must agree to allow a rabbinical court to address the issue during divorce proceedings in what a senior legal official calls a 'dramatic' ruling
Omar Shakir's counsel is expected to argue that the decision to deport him on grounds of support for BDS is an attempt to silence human rights organizations operating in the country
Petition claims that depriving women the chance to serve in front-line combat positions violates right to equality
Court backtracks on ruling that holding bodies is a ‘violation of human rights,’ permitting Israel to exercise such practice for negotiation tactics
Israel Railways dumped tons of dirt onto Palestinian land next to the West Bank settlement of Nili to be used for a park, ignoring orders to cease and desist
Petitioners argue the Israeli authorities had illegally changed a policy under a caretaker government, but justices say it's too early to intervene
Proposed bill the attorney general opposes before September vote follows directive by election board that allows the filming of the vote count, but not by party officials
Invalidating those on the margins can't address the enormous change in Israeli society and politics from the time there was a united front against Kahane
In wake of heated debate in Israel, Avichai Mendelblit argues that there is 'no legal impediment' for cities 'to separate men and women if they so choose'
A 2015 ruling forbids a transitional government from making any senior civil service appointments, unless urgent
Police joins wave of reactionary initiatives popping up just ahead of election with regulations to limit the right to protest, putting government convenience ahead of respect for citizens' rights