Hotovely: Court Should Also Protect 'Settlers'MK Tzipi Hotovely on Migron: the Supreme Court will be tested on whether it also protects the rights of Jews, not only those of Arabs.
Migron Residents: Why Rush to Evacuate Us?Residents of Migron: There's no reason for us to leave our homes before the Supreme Court hears our case. We're not going anywhere.
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.
Court Rejects Suit over Jerusalem Police InactionThe Supreme Court has rejected a suit by a Jerusalem homeowner who says police have failed to stop Arab harassment.
Amos Oz Taking Netanyahu to Court over Iran AttackNovelist among signatories on ultimatum to Netanyahu demanding he bring any attack to cabinet approval.
Court Worsens Sentence of Man Convicted of BeatingSupreme Court worsens the sentence of Shilo resident Tzvi Strook, who was convicted of beating an Arab in a questionable case.
Migron Gets 20-Day ReprieveThe Supreme Court has agreed to postpone the eviction from Migron by 20 days.
Katz's Bill: Fire A-G Who Won't Represent Gov'tMK Yaakov Katz's new bill will stipulate that an Attorney General who refuses to present the government’s position in court will be fired.
Maine Governor Apologizes for 'Gestapo' RemarksGov. Paul LePage apologized Friday for comparing the IRS to the Nazi Gestapo, while speaking about the the Supreme Court's healthcare ruling
Migron Residents: The Circumstances Have ChangedItai Hemo, spokesman for Migron, tells Arutz Sheva that the buying of most of the land by the residents has 'shuffled the cards.'
Supreme Court Approves Ulpana DelayThe Supreme Court has approved a delay to allow the sawing down, reconstruction of Beit El homes. MKs object.
Ulpana: State Seeks More TimeThe government plans to ask for another three months to demolish homes in Beit El.
Expert: Court Acted Illegally in Ulpana CaseLegal expert Attorney Aharon Papo: The residents of the Ulpana neighborhood weren't properly represented.
Court Orders Demolition of Illegal Arab BuildingsSupreme Court issues injunctions against 52 illegal structures in Arab Susya, following a petition by the Regavim organization.
Legal Source: Ulpana Residents were WrongedA senior legal source tells Arutz 7 that the planned demolition of the neighborhood stems from “a series of mistakes.”
Katzav Attorneys Ask for More TimeFormer president Moshe Katzav's legal team has asked for more time to prepare his appeal citing the legal complexity; organization.
Gush Shalom Challenges New LawAttempting to prove its point that the Knesset Law imposing penalties on boycott organizers was unconstitutional the Left petitioned the court.
Knesset Defends Zoabi DecisionThe Knesset defended stripping MK Hanin Zoabi of several privileges before Israel's High Court of Justice as "balanced and proportionate."
Grunis to Replace Beinisch?Bill by MK Yaakov Katz could mean that Judge Asher Grunis would replace Dorit Beinisch as Supreme Court President in February.
Hevron Street Kept Safe for JewsAfter 7 years of discussions, Supreme Court rejects Arab appeals that a Jewish street in Hevron be opened to Arab traffic.
Arab Judge: Diversity RulesThe first Arab justice on Israel's Supreme Court says the country is a place where diversity rules.
Judge Moshe Landau Passes AwayMoshe Landau has died at age 99. He was a Supreme Court President and presided over the Eichmann trial.
Prosecution vs. Jewish LandState Prosecution petitions Supreme Court against Jewish ownership of hundreds of acres of Jewish land, or more, in Judea/Samaria.
'Court Supported the Expulsion'Dr. Haim Shain of Shaare Mishpat College says: The Supreme Court supported expelling Jews from their homes, but would never allow it for Arabs.
Court Against Profiling of ArabsSupreme Court issues order against tagging Arab citizens for security checks in Israeli airports. Security official: Do they know where we live?
Justice and the Judges"Justice, justice shall you pursue, that you may live and inherit the land which the Lord your God gives you." But what does Justice really mean?
Shoe Thrower Gets 3 YearsDivorcee debtor Pini Cohen hurled his shoe at Supreme Court President in January, toppling her from her chair. MK Ben-Ari cries foul.
850 Rabbis vs. Obama on Kagan850 Orthodox Rabbis say Elena Kagan is not fit to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. Rabbi Levin: She turns traditional Judaism on its head.
High Court Nixes Kollel StipendsSupreme Court rules that as of the fiscal year 2011, the government may no longer pay the minimal stipends it gives Kollel students.
No Bread on Passover in JailsAn appeal from an Arab inmate who wants Israel's prison service to serve him bread during Passover has been denied by Israel's High Court.
Justice Delay for Freeze VictimsSupreme Court is accused of dragging out petitions on the building freeze, allowing the State to continue demolitions.
Take Kashrut from Supreme CourtChief Rabbi Amar asks the Knesset to limit the Supreme Court's ability to interfere in matters of Jewish Law.
Temple Mount Segregation - LegalThe Supreme Court has refused to hear a case accusing police of discrimination against religious Jews on the Temple Mount.
Soldiers Don't Have to HideSupreme Court rules that soldiers are not required to take cover if they believe a suspect poses a threat, and may take defensive action instead.
Court: Raze Illegal Arab HousesThe High Court has ordered the state to enforce building laws equally, and to set a timetable to destroy illegal Arab structures.
Putting Peace Now on DefenseLegal expert Aharon Papo explains how to fight Peace Now effectively and put the far Left on the defense.
Ministers: No Chance for PeaceSenior members of Netanyahu's cabinet say there's no chance of reaching peace with the PA following accusation that Israel killed Arafat.
High Court Evicts Arab SquattersTwo Arab families were evicted on Sunday following a High Court ruling that recognized Jewish ownership of Jerusalem homes.
Court vs. Police over LicensesThe Supreme Court has overruled police authority to revoke the licenses of “wild” drivers.
Soldiers to Face Tougher ChargesTwo soldiers involved in firing a rubber bullet at an Arab detainee will face tougher charges following criticism from the Supreme Court.