MK Regev: No Free Education for TerroristsMK says terrorists in Israeli prisons should 'be rotting in jail', not granted first-class education opportunities.
Groups to Govt.: Show 'Backbone' on Court RulingGroups that support Jewish settlement in Judea and Samaria on Monday demanded that the government “stand up” to the High Court
State: Al Qaeda Terrorist Still a Major ThreatSamer al-Barq, the Al Qaeda terrorist Israel has been holding for 3 years, needs to remain in jail, the State told the High Court on Monday
Court Slams State on Slow Pace of Home DemolitionsThe High Court on Monday ordered the state to dismantle all structures in Judea and Samaria that Arabs claim is on their land
Poll: Jews Trust IDF; Arabs Trust High CourtIsraeli Jews trust the IDF to a very large extent, according to a poll by the Israeli Democracy Institute - but not the High Court
Arabs Appeal to High Court Over Hevron HomeThe murder of an IDF soldier does not justify giving Beit Hamachpela to "the settlers", claim PA Arabs in petition.
Anger in Tel Aviv Over Illegal African InfluxDozens of residents of south Tel Aviv demonstrated over the likely influx of thousands of illegal Africans into their neighborhood
PA Arabs Demand Removal of Cellphone AntennasPA residents are demanding that the High Court order cellphone companies to remove antennas that endanger drivers and residents
Zouabi: When is the Next Flotilla?The High Court explained why it let MK Hanin Zouabi run for the current Knesset after her participation in the Gaza flotilla.
No Plan to Punish Sabbath Violation in TAMayor plans to find a legal way to continue existing situation, avoid punishing Sabbath violators.
Court: Tel Aviv Illegally Encouraged Shabbat WorkThe High Court ordered the Tel Aviv municipality to ensure that stores that have been opening on Shabbat close their doors on the holy day
Foul-Mouthed Petach Tikvah Judge Forced OutA Petach Tikvah traffic court judge who has a reputation for foul-mouthed remarks is set to retire
State Censor: Gag Order Was Court's Idea, Not OursDon't blame the State Censor, said Sima Vaknin-Gil, who heads the Censor's Office, for a 'coverup' in the 'Prisoner X' case
Shaked's New Bill: Don't Let Terrorists Sue IsraelNew MK Ayelet Shaked (Bayit Yehudi) promoting a bill that will thwart nationals from enemy countries to sue Israel for damages.
IDF: B'Tselem Report Another Defamation AttemptFar left group B'Tselem is again using half-truths, outdated information, and suspect sources to defame the IDF, an army spokesperson said
Professors: Allow Free College for TerroristsDozens of lecturers at the Open University call on the State of Israel to allow terrorists to study in universities while in prison.
State: Let Us Clear Tents from Arab OutpostState asks the High Court to allow it to remove tents from the illegal Arab outpost in E1, as PA Arabs tried to re-enter the outpost.
State: Arab Outpost Must be EvacuatedLeaving the illegal Arab outpost in the E1 area constitutes an immediate security danger, State tells High Court.
Terrorists Appeal to High Court Over Free CollegeTerrorists in Israeli prisons have asked the High Court to hold another discussion over its ruling against free education for terrorists.
Leukemia Sufferer to Serve in Combat UnitAn IDF soldier who has suffered from leukemia since he was a child recently won the right to be assigned to a combat unit
Reform Groups Demand 'Reform' of Kotel PoliciesReform groups filed a petition with the High Court demanding the removal of Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovich as Rabbi of the Kotel.
Biometric Database Test Project to Begin TuesdayDespite protests by privacy groups, Israel will begin amassing biometric data on its citizens beginning Tuesday.
Attorney General Stabs Effort to Get Rid of ZoabiAttorney-General Weinstein has dealt what may be a fatal blow to a Knesset attempt to prevent MK Zoabi from running in the elections.
Court: End of Free College for TerroristsThe High Court ruled Tuesday that terrorist security prisoners were not eligible for free university education in Israeli schools.
Court: Stipends for Students Won't Encourage WorkThe State attempted to defend before the High Court a program for hareidi students, that provides them with a stipend for four years.
IDF Reveals its Plans on Hareidi DraftThe IDF informed the High Court that it would begin drafting 18 year old Hareidi students beginning next summer.
State Attorney Tries to Tackle Peace NowThe State Attorney, after dozens of Peace Now appeals against Jewish homes, now says the left-wing group improperly files court appeals.
Land Purchase Spurs Move to Block Migron ExpulsionResidents of Migron in Samaria appeal to the court to cancel an expulsion order following the secret purchase of the land by a US donor.
Are Human Organs as 'Artwork' in Bad Taste?A Tel Aviv show where human organs are on display may not be illegal, but is in very poor taste, a court petition says.
Arab Outposts Seek to Take Over State LandDozens of new “outposts” have been cropping up throughout Judea and Samaria in recent months, established by Arabs to take over state land
Why is the PM Blocking Supreme Court Democratization?Minister Meridor has a Supreme Court obsession. Why is Bibi following him? He certainly knows the truth.
Likud Minister Opposes Judicial Reform BillsIntelligence Minister Dan Meridor says he will resign if a slate of recently proposed judicial reform bills pass in the Knesset.
Knesset Veto on Court AppointeesMKs Zeev Elkin and Yariv Levin have proposed a law that would require prospective High Court judges to be vetted by lawmakers before appointment
Weinstein to Defend Boycott LawIsrael's attorney general is preparing to defend the boycott law - which he previously described as "borderline defensible" - before the High Court
Synagogue Members Ready for IDFThe residents of El-Matan plan to make the sealing of their community synagogue by security forces "as difficult as possible," they say.
Judge is OK with Illegal HousesJudge Salim Joubran, when shown illegal homes: 'Whom does this hurt? They have a right to live well!'
Court Foot-Dragging TargetedCases that drag on for years? The Supreme Court is trying to change this by enforcing stricter guidelines for judicial postponements.
Migron: Our Fate Not for CourtResidents of Migron say it isn't for Israel's High Court to determine their fate, defend right to the land.