High Court judge blasts 'frustrated politicians'Justice Elyakim Rubinstein says nationalist politicians unjustly criticized the High Court for holding off on demolishing terrorists' homes.
Supreme Court Rules to Demolish in Town North of JerusalemState backs building company petitioning to continue project in Beit El, but court strikes down saying no planning deadline was given.
High Court Allows Jerusalem Day March Through 'Muslim Quarter'Traditional Rikudegalim march has been held for 30 years; judges dismiss petition from leftist orgs to cancel it.
Judge Rubinstein: Free PollardHaaretz alleges that the judge's remarks may constitute an infraction of the ethical guidelines for judges.
Supreme Court Justice Elyakim Rubinstein: Free PollardSupreme Court Justice, speaking at security convention, joins long list of public calls from high-profile politicians for Pollard's release.
Shas Defends Message, Extends Broadcast of Controversial AdShas: The ad, "did not say one bad word about anyone...A country which fights assimilation abroad cannot allow assimilation from within."
Supreme Court Rejects Petition Against Ariel UniversitySupreme Court rejects a petition by heads of universities to issue an injunction against the recognition of the Ariel University Center.
Marzel: Invalidating Our Campaign is DisproportionateBaruch Marzel of Power to Israel says: There was no reason to invalidate our campaign, as Arabic is an official language in Israel.
Ben-Ari's Campaign Invalidated for 'Racism'Central Election Committee chairman says Power to Israel's campaign in Arabic insults the Arab population in Israel.
State to Pay Peace Now Over Hevron Home CaseCourt grants the State an extension in responding about a home in Hevron, but also rules that Peace Now be compensated for the delay.
Supreme Court Judge: The Criticism is Out of TouchJustice Elyakim Rubinstein: If the Supreme Court didn't exist, it would have to be invented. Some of the criticism is out of touch.