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A continuum dating back to September 26, 2020 - Israel, take note

Federal prosecutors concealed evidence - revealed after they had destroyed the victim's career and changed the balance of power. Op-ed.

A continuum dating back to September 26, 2020 - Israel take note

Globalization in the shadow of the Crescent

Market globalists, wokers and jihadists have found allies in each other.Op-ed.

Globalization in the shadow of the Crescent

The accidental murderer

Weekly Torah study - Justice and atonement.

The accidental murdererplayer

Breyer's retirement Is OK

When a Supreme Court tilts too far to one side, that bias promotes extreme reactions born of hopelessness. Sa'ar, are you listening? Op-ed

Breyer's retirement Is OK

Shoftim: Earthly standards for justice

The Torah set standards for us to try and achieve. It never demands the impossible from human beings.

Shoftim: Earthly standards for justice

Justice, justice shall you pursue: The crisis for American and French justice

France and the USA are struggling with moral and cultural relativism critical race theory and equity” not “equality” before the Law. Op-ed.

The crisis for American and French justice

The first Jewish bureaucracy

Jethro told Moshe, based upon his experience as chief executive priest of Midian, that Moshe's goal was unachievable in this world.

The first Jewish bureaucracy was in the desert

Justice is impartial, not social

Justice is impartial, not social

Pursuing justice in the State of Israel

Pursuing justice in the State of Israel

Is the Israeli justice system unjust?

What is the problem with the way the Israeli legal system works?

Is the Israeli justice system unjust?

'Would have been better to announce suspicions after elections'

Ex-Supreme Court justice Yaakov Turkel defends Netanyahu. "As one who believes in democracy and rule of law, I am uneasy.."

'Would have been better to announce suspicions after elections'

INTO THE FRAY: “Terror”, tigers and tabby cats…

 INTO THE FRAY: “Terror”, tigers and tabby cats…

'Beis Yaakov' graduate becomes Israel's first-ever haredi Judge

Chavi Toker, a mother of four, becomes Israel's first-ever haredi female justice.

'Beis Yaakov' graduate becomes Israel's first-ever haredi Judge

Longest Trial Ever: Sentenced 23 Years After Crime

23 years after the events themselves, and 11 years after an indictment was first handed down, 2 Israelis were sentenced for embezzling

Longest Trial Ever: Two Sentenced 23 Years After Crime

Agricultural Theft Becoming ‘Organized Crime’

Hints of a crackdown on agricultural theft as judge warns of ‘organized crime’ targeting farmers.

Agricultural Theft Becoming ‘Professional Organized Crime’

4 New Judges Appointed to Israel Supreme Court

Three district court judges and the dean of Tel Aviv University's law school have been appointed to Israel's Supreme Court bench.

Four New Judges Appointed to Israel's Supreme Court