Supreme Court: Force-feeding law is constitutionalJudges reject petition against law that allows force-feeding of hunger-striking prisoners, even if motives are security-related.
Monument to fallen soldiers to be demolishedA vineyard and observation post set up in memory of 2 IDF soldiers killed in Lebanon are now ordered destroyed by Supreme Court.
'Work on the train is permitted on Shabbat'The government responds to Meretz MK's petition, indicating that work on the train is permitted for the time being.
Justice Minister: We're coming, Supreme CourtAyelet Shaked rejects Supreme Court ruling, proposes "first registration" to legalize Judea, Samaria. "I will use every means necessary."
'We will respect court decision to destroy Amona'"If somebody thinks that we're not going to honor the order, he is deluding himself."
Advah Biton criticizes Supreme Court decisionAdvah Biton, mother of Adele Biton who was murdered by rock-throwing terrorists, sharply criticized High Court easing of punishment.
House of Rabbi Mark's murderer to be destroyedThe Supreme Court rejected the calls of leftist organization 'Hamoked' and allowed destruction of terrorist's home.
Hunger striker seeks Supreme Court appealPFLP terrorist Bilal Kayed asks to appeal to Supreme Court after his petition to be examined by outside doctor is denied.
'The legal system serves our enemies'Family of Hallel-Yaffa Ariel outraged by court's ruling that the home of the terrorist who murdered her will be only partially demolished.
Knesset Chairman tours AmonaYuli Edelstein: "As long as the basic premise is destruction, nothing good will come out of it, not for Jews and not for Arabs."
AG reveals plan to save AmonaIn a meeting with coalition leaders, Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit proposes plan to save embattled Amona - and legalize it.
'There is no place in Be'er Sheva for extremism'Be'er Sheva Deputy Mayor praises Court decision to divert gay pride parade, says subsequent cancellation reveals organizers' true motives.
Be'er Sheva gay pride parade cancelledSupreme Court upholds police decision to divert Be'er Sheva parade to side street, event organizers cancel parade, plan protest instead.
Canada: Supreme Court exonerates NaziThe Supreme Court threw out the case of Helmut Oberlander, a member of a killing squad who claims he never took part in war crimes.
Supreme Court dismisses appeal against Turkey dealJudges say they won't intervene in matters of government policy, drawing derision; 'When it suits them, the Supreme Court intervenes.'
Supreme Court: No more free land for KibbutzimKibbutzim won't receive public lands without payment, court rules, challenging century-old institution.
'Turkey deal breaks pact written in blood'New petition by army reservists demands that Supreme Court prevent transfer of funds to Gaza flotilla terrorists as part of Turkey deal
Terror victim families try to block Turkey dealFamilies of terror victims petition Supreme Court to freeze the agreement with Turkey, saying in amounts to a capitulation to terror
Report: Rabbinate to privatize Kashrut supervisionProposed new plan would reduce Rabbinate's role to regulator of Kashrut, in dramatic departure from current status
Petition calls to ban mixed prayers at the KotelPetition argues egalitarian prayer goes against 'local custom' defined by the Protection of Holy Places Law.
Defend the Jewish Democratic stateThe dictum of Aharon Barak, President of the Supreme Court of Israel (1995-2006), that “everything is justiciable”, makes nonsense of the rule of law, as well as Israel’s reputation as a democracy. It renders Israel a judicial despotism.
Arabs sue for right to import non-kosher meatArab businesses demand exemption from law banning import of non-kosher meat into Israel.
First terrorist buried after Supreme Court rulingFollowing Supreme Court decision to return all terrorist bodies, ignoring deterrence, terrorist gets buried not far from his attack site.
Grandfather to pay child support after father fledIsraeli Supreme Court ruled that father of 'divorce refuser' who fled to Ukraine will pay 2000 shekels a month for grandchildren’s support.
Court denies radical cleric Salah's appealSupreme Court denies Raed Salah's request to appeal his conviction for inciting violence, but cuts his prison sentence by two months.
Petition to prevent 'Women’s Priestly Blessing'Petitioners ask High Court to stop 'offensive and insulting' Priestly Blessing ceremony to be performed by Women of the Wall.
Supreme Court: New haredi draft law 'too soft'Amendments to the 2014 law don't provide enough incentives for a haredi draft, may be political pandering, justices say.
Court OK's demolition of terrorist murderer's homeHome of terrorist who stabbed Israeli woman to death outside supermarket in Beit Horon will be demolished.
Efi Naveh: Shaked's criticism is completely fairIsrael Bar Association head Efi Naveh supports Justice Minister, explains that democracy means hearing things you don't like.
'Supreme Court ruling should outrage everyone'Attorney of administrative detainee Meir Ettinger slams Prison Services, court for rejecting request to attend son's brit.
Zionist Union: Fire Shaked for criticizing CourtShelly Yachimovich demands Netanyahu fire Justice Minister after she criticized Court. Shaked: This is attempt at political assassination.
Meir Ettinger may not attend son’s BritIsraeli Supreme Court justices deny request to allow Jewish administrative detainee to attend son's circumcision.
Shaked: Gov overstepped in gas deal but not Oslo?Justice Minister criticizes Supreme Court logic that gov can't limit future options, points out that Court was fine with Oslo Accords.
MK Gafni: Now secular will fight against CourtMK says Supreme Court continues overstepping its bounds. Previously it interfered in religious matters, but now is trying to run country.
Netanyahu: Natural gas ruling harms economyPrime Minister says following Supreme Court ruling that Israel is viewed as a country with which it is difficult to do business.
Supreme Court strikes down gas dealKnesset given one year to fix problematic aspects of the natural gas pipeline deal.
Court defers request against Temple Mount camerasJustice Fogelman claims 'installing cameras on Temple Mount is not irreversible step,' but demands government respond to appeal.
Court helps Arab squatters, not Jewish landownersSupreme Court rejects appeal by Jewish landowners against Bedouin tribe that built illegally on land, without giving explanation.
Court: Hunger striker must stay in IsraelSupreme Court rules that Mohammed al-Qiq will have to stay in the northern Israeli hospital where he is being held.
Court rejects hunger striker's petitionSupreme Court rejects Mohammed al-Qiq's request to be allowed to leave hospital, says he can go to hospital in eastern Jerusalem instead.
Netanyahu at Court: They'll buy gas from enemiesPM makes unusual showing in Supreme Court to defend gas deal from anti-trust petitions, urges approval now to defend energy security.
Law on 'infiltrators' passes first readingKnesset gives first approval to reducing illegal immigrants' time in holding facilities from 20 months to 12.
Harsher sentences for bilingual school arsonistsSupreme Court decries 'light' jail terms against Shlomo and Nahman Tuito for Jerusalem arson, adds 8 months to their sentences.
Hunger-striking Hamas terrorist won't be releasedIsrael's Supreme Court rules Mohammed al-Qiq to remain in jail though daily progress on his health to be examined.
Supreme Court hears appeal by ex-PM OlmertOlmert pleads with judges to cancel 8-month sentence, asserting the ordeal has felt like 'tennis balls' being fired at him for years.
Olmert strikes deal to avoid second jail termEhud Olmert to serve six months in jail for attempting to bribe long-time aide concurrently with 18-month sentence for corruption.
Chief Justice denies High Court is politicizedMiriam Naor, frequent target of right-wing flak, warns new judges to be skeptical of criticism over their judicial activism.
Supreme Court: Partial autopsy for haredi babySupreme Court rules a partial autopsy and quick burial for body of four-month-old baby from Beit Shemesh.
Supreme Court strikes down Rabbi Pinto's appealCourt says that health concerns were taken into account during plea bargain and original sentencing.
Court: Former PM Olmert to serve 18 monthsSupreme Court partially accepts former PM Ehud Olmert's appeal against 6 years in prison.
Supreme Court to decide what insults are validUpcoming case of man who criticized IDF Chief Rabbi for Disengagement to determine when 'insulting a public worker' is an offense.
Shaked: Court graffiti 'deserves condemnation'Justice Minister says vandalism 'unacceptable' amid left-wing claims that nationalist MKs to blame for 'repeated attacks' on Supreme Court.
Supreme Court judges again defend terrorist homesJudges demand state provide a response and grant terrorists' families time to answer - pushing off demolition by another week at least.
Supreme Court President cuts off bereaved motherIn shocking turn of events, judge cuts off testimony of mother of terror victim, saying 'there are limits to what you can say here.'
Victims' families: Terrorists have rights, not usFamilies of terror victims confront terrorists' attorney outside Supreme Court as justices discuss legalities of home demolitions.
Attorney: 'Demolishing homes a deterrent'At hearing over demolition orders for homes of seven terrorists, state urges Supreme Court to consider opinion of security officials.
Shaked speaks: 'Court not immune from criticism'After week of silence, Justice Minister addresses Supreme Court's decision to delay demolitions of terrorists' homes.