Monday’s vote seems unlikely to break the political deadlock – but has succeeded in shattering Israelis’ trust in the electoral system
Israel High Court
Judges rule unanimously that current prohibition violates the constitutional rights to equality and parenthood
Israel's chief justice isn't afraid to maintain the court's independence, even when it means making politically explosive decisions. She'll most likely be put the the test in a question of whether Benjamin Netanyahu can keep the prime minister's seat while standing trial.
Justices order suspension of committee work aimed at reviewing the handling of complaints about a Justice Ministry unit that probes complaints of police misconduct
Supreme Court president 'was unaware' of the plaintiffs' identity when she named herself to lead panel, court says, as she recuses herself from the case
Analysis Israel's Top Court Decided Not to Disqualify Arab Lawmaker, but Its Lack of Conviction Is Disturbing
The Supreme Court deliberated too much over the case of Joint List lawmaker Heba Yazbak. Shamefully, when it comes to Kahanists, it had no trouble making decisions
In first-ever ruling, justices order state to grant asylum status to Ivory Coast family whose daughters face threat of mutilation, citing failed policy of finding a 'safe' place elsewhere in their homeland
Central Elections Committee barred Heba Yazbak from running in Israel’s election two weeks ago, claiming she had voiced support for a terrorist
High Court instructs ministry to explain why it should not change its methods of support for so-called 'centers for the deepening of Jewish education'
Analysis By Evicting East Jerusalem Palestinians, Israeli Courts Sweep Historic Injustice Under the Rug
Justices who ruled to evict families in response to right-wing organization's petition weren't comfortable kicking people out of their homes after so many years, but by doing so paved the way for further evacuations
For decades, nature reserves have been used to keep Palestinians off their land while allowing settlers to build. This week, the High Court rubber-stamped the practice
Settlement Between Haaretz and Anat Kamm: Her Suit Is Dismissed, Paper to Share in Her Legal Expenses
The settlement, which has been approved by the Supreme Court, vacates a judgment in favor of Kamm, who alleged that Haaretz and journalist Uri Blau had violated their duty of care to her as a news source
His decision, made after the High Court put a gun on the table, shows Aviv Kochavi's the boss regarding women in combat – not rabbis
The High Court is avoiding ruling on something that is self-evident: It is inconceivable that Netanyahu, facing three serious indictments, should be able to form a government
Supreme Court President Esther Hayut says there are no legal impediments preventing Netanyahu from seeking reelection
New High Court ruling says settlement councils will have to inform the court of planned funding for Amana, a group that has established illegal outposts and been involved in property purchases using forged documents
High Court petition irrelevant at this point, justices say, as attorney general's representative decries 'attempt to drag the legal system into the political system'
Some of them were backed by the three Supreme Court justices on appointments committee
Responding to petition asking court to rule on whether indicted politician can form government, prime minister says, ‘In democracy, it’s the people who decide who leads them, no one else’
The mechanism the state had decided on 'raises questions,' Supreme Court President Esther Hayut says
Justices avoid deciding whether there had been kidnappings, but said 11 cases against the state and the Jewish Agency point to a 'common question'
State prosecutors tell justices ongoing political deadlock is to blame, but a senior official says: 'For a whole year, no agency has done enough to change the situation'
Session set for December 31 follows petition filed with court asking Mendelblit to publish legal opinion on the matter ■ Likud MK warns that barring PM would lead to passage of bill allowing Knesset to override the courts
Attorney general says won't back down as justice minister defends his pick for acting state prosecutor, which civil society organization says was designed to undermine legal case against Netanyahu