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53 stones to build a palace

Mitzvot are stones that build a palace for G-d but the mortar binding them is love for one's fellow man.

53 stones to build a palace

Torah IS Law

Through study of science, we can understand phenomenal success of operation of these laws in maintaining continuing operation of existence.

Torah IS Law

Iran prohibits talking to Israelis

Iranian parliament passes law whereby talking to someone with Israeli citizenship punishable by up to 5 years in prison.

New Iranian law: No talking to Israelis

Best Ingredients for Success in Today’s Global Economy

College of Law and Business in Ramat Gan offers a bilingual law program and a business program taught fully in English.

Best Ingredients for Success in Today’s Global Economy

Quebec bans kippahs, turbans, hijabs for public workers

Secularism law bans teachers, judges, police officers, others, from wearing religious symbols including kippahs, turbans, hijabs at work.

Quebec bans kippahs, turbans, hijabs for public workers

Does International Criminal Court have jurisdiction over IDF?

Conference chaired by IDF Military Advocate General to discuss issues at forefront of global interest in armed conflict law examines issue.

Does International Criminal Court have jurisdiction over IDF?

PA: Terror salaries to be paid by tomorrow

PA makes clear payments for terrorists and their families will continue despite cabinet decision to apply law for offsetting terror funds.

PA: Terror salaries to be paid by tomorrow

'Whatever we deserve, those in Judea and Samaria also deserve'

Justice Minister explains significance of new law that transfers authority over issues in Judea and Samaria to District Court.

'Whatever we deserve, those in Judea and Samaria also deserve'

Best Ingredients for Success in Today’s Global Economy

College of Law and Business in Ramat Gan offers a bilingual law program and a business program taught fully in English.

Best Ingredients for Success in Today’s Global Economy

Zoabi blasts disabled IDF veterans: You are guilty

Arab MK Hanin Zoabi addresses disabled IDF veteran: 'May I say that this gentleman who lost his eye was in an area that was not his?'

Zoabi blasts disabled IDF veterans: You are guiltyplayer

Law to bypass Supreme Court - next week

Jewish Home ministers announce they will advance legislation bypassing the Supreme Court so that Knesset can reenact anti-infiltration law.

Law to bypass Supreme Court - next week

Approved: Police may delay transfer of terrorist bodies

Knesset approves in second, third readings amendment allowing measures to prevent terrorist funerals from becoming pro-terror rallies.

Approved: Police may delay transfer of terrorist bodies

'The world must know: We will apply sovereignty'

Justice Minister: Discourse on 'sovereignty' important, even if law not passed right away. 'No one thinks they'll applaud us for the step.'

'The world must know: We will apply sovereignty'

Kish: Hearing on libelous complaints to go forward

MK Yoav Kish announces expanding committee powers to discuss phenomenon of false complaints.

Kish: Hearing on libelous complaints to go forward

Likud pulls 'Beit El Bill'

Coalition Chairman removes bill from agenda, after it became clear to the PM's Office that Law Committee intended to approve the bill today.

Likud pulls 'Beit El Bill'

'I will advance 'Beit El Bill' despite opposition'

Justice Minister intends to advance bill obligating government to fulfill its building promises - political considerations notwithstanding.

'I will advance 'Beit El Bill' despite opposition'

Governmental legislation will include Judea and Samaria

Justice Minister says that, as of June 1, government bills may no longer exclude residents of Judea and Samaria.

Governmental legislation will include Judea and Samaria

Less than 50% of students pass Israel's bar exam

44% of students pass bar exam, most are university graduates.

Less than 50% of students pass Israel's bar exam

Deputy Defense Minister proposes law to give soldiers immunity

Deputy Defense Minister Eli Ben-Dahan says Israeli must protect its soldiers, proposes law granting immunity during war and terror attacks.

Deputy Defense Minister proposes law to give soldiers immunity

Poland signs law to prevent return of property

President Andrzej Duda has signed a law which would allow Warsaw to refuse property claims for confiscations made after World War II.

Poland signs law to prevent return of post-WWII property

Shabbat: A day off for everyone?

A bill which would allow anyone to skip work on Shabbat, not just the religious, is being considered by the Knesset.

Shabbat: A day off for everyone?

Netanyahu Revives Infiltrator Law

Laws to hamper illegal immigration to be given another vote; amendments include wide-ranging changes to employment, detention policies.

Netanyahu Revives Infiltrator Law

Hungarian Court Annuls Religious Recognition Law

Hungary annuls part of a controversial law that ended official recognition and state funding for scores of religious communities.

Hungarian Court Annuls Religious Recognition Law

Law Would Prevent Giving Kids 'Weird Names'

A new law would prohibit parents from giving their children names that could "damage" them.

Law Would Prevent Parents From Giving Kids 'Weird Names'

Ministry: Hold Evidence Back for 'Security Needs'

The Justice Ministry is seeking to sharply limit the ability of criminal defendants to access information that could help their cases.

Ministry: Hold Defendants' Evidence Back for 'Security Needs'

Bill Passes First Reading to Raise Libel Fine

A new bill to drastically raise the penalty for written slander -- libel -- has passed its first reading in a Knesset committee.

Bill Passes First Reading to Drastically Raise Libel Penalty