Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, a state employee, who once said anyone who touches a Jew should be 'annihilated,' scolds ruling of ‘politically motivated court’
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Only six lawmakers voted for the bill, seen as a challenge to Netanyahu's party, who did not appear for the vote
Supreme Court President Esther Hayut says leaks are 'a worrying trend that undermines the public’s trust and the prosecution'
Deputy attorney general slams Carmiel mayor in the latest of many attempts to restrict access to public space
Despite the state's claim that demolition is 'urgent,' the Bedouin village's eleven-year saga drags on
A court ruled in July that employers should not have to cover the growing cost, but the question of who will remains unsettled
'Ongoing campaign seeks to portray this criminal proceeding in a distorted fashion,' Mendelblit says ahead of the next phase in the prime minister's corruption trial
High Court denies petition to try Col. Yisrael Shomer, who shot and killed a 17-year-old Palestinian in 2015
Military prosecutors are seeking a penalty of three months’ community service for the soldier who shot Ahmad Manasra, who was helping another Palestinian who was shot and wounded by the same soldier
Special task force asked Google to remove search results of articles from Haaretz, TheMarker, Globes and Walla
In its ruling, High Court approves expropriation of Palestinian lands in principle, but not in cases where state is found not to have acted in good faith
Raz Nizri reminds ministry officials that they are required to appoint women from a range of communities to public committees and ministry policy teams, especially 'during this challenging period'
Petitioners relied on what they called a 'constitutional custom' that a member of the Knesset opposition serve on the committee that appoints judges
Justices reasoned that the attorney filing the petition against students being let into Israel was not hurt himself, and therefore does not have the right to appeal
Disruption of residents' lives is the price for living in a democracy, court rules, but calls to 'effectively enforce' noise law
'We have an ear for music,' justices tells Palestinian residents of Musafer Yatta, urging them to accept a compromise in ongoing legal battle
As a legal challenge to weekly anti-government awaits decision, protesters from Saturday's demonstration released, pledging to stay away from the city
To protect Liat Ben Ari, the police are adding vehicle searches for bombs, based on intelligence assessments classifying her as under high level of threat ■ Source says security officials expect risk level to rise
High Court justices cite violations of 'property rights and human dignity' in granting petition by the family, but Netanyahu decries 'miserable ruling'
Only 60 cases have currently been opened by authorities, with sanctions taken against 30 employers, while asylum seekers collectively deplore a loss of millions of shekels
Netanyahu and Gantz's parties – the two main coalition partners – have agreed not to support legislation that doesn’t concern the coronavirus crisis
The justices decide that isolation is not tantamount to an illness, but employers will have still have to cover such costs through September
Justice Melcer says the entire world accepts that separate isn't equal ever since the desegregation ruling of Brown vs. Board of Education in the middle of the last century
Currently, residents of Israel who convert through local branches of non-Orthodox movements are ineligible for citizenship under the Law of Return and can face deportation
Court rules it cannot interfere in official diplomatic visits of controversial leaders to Israel's Jewish Holocaust memorial
Failed effort to set up panel on judges was 'an ugly wave that has hit bottom,' President Esther Hayut says in a letter to court personnel, arguing it was aimed at 'harming judicial independence'