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No, the ‘override clause’ won’t ‘crush’ Israeli democracy

The case for the incoming coalition to reduce the Supreme Court’s self-invested power to rule against laws enacted by the Knesset. Op-ed.

No, the ‘override clause’ won’t ‘crush’ Israeli democracy

Gantz: Netanyahu 'trampling democracy' with Override Clause

Outgoing DM says law allowing just 61 MKs to override the Supreme Court would institute corruption and trample minority rights.

Gantz: Netanyahu 'trampling democracy' with Override Clause

Grassroots campaign launched in US for Duma arson suspect

Israelis and Americans launch campaign to pressure Israeli government to release Amiram Ben-Uliel, acquit him.

Grassroots campaign launched in US for Duma arson suspect

Supreme Court rejects petition against discrimination against Yesha residents

Supreme Court rejects petition against govt. decision to deprioritize Yesha in campaign to improve road safety despite high accident count

Court rejects petition against discrimination against Yesha

SCOTUS temporarily blocks release of Trump tax docs

Supreme Court grants temporary hold on releasing Trump tax records to House Democrats.

SCOTUS temporarily blocks release of Trump tax docs

Supreme Court judge orders terrorist released to house arrest

Justice David Mintz has ordered one of the terrorists arrested for incidents during Operation Guardian of the Walls sent to house arrest.

Supreme Court judge orders terrorist released to house arrest

Supreme Court rejects petitions against Maritime border deal

Court unanimously rejects attempts to prevent signing of maritime deal between Israel and Lebanon.

Supreme Court rejects petitions against Maritime border deal

Ben Gvir appeals to Supreme Court against agreement with Lebanon

Supreme Court to hold hearing on the petition on Thursday of next week. State of Israel required to respond to the petition by Tuesday.

Ben Gvir appeals to Supreme Court against agreement with Lebanon

Supreme Court rules: Chikli, Balad and Silman will be able to run in the elections

Chikli's candidacy approved by a majority of eight out of nine judges. Balad run approved unanimously.

Chikli, Balad and Silman will be able to run in the elections

Meretz withdraws petition, Silman will be permitted to run with Likud

Meretz withdraws petition seeking to disqualify former MK Idit Silman from running in the elections on the Likud slate.

Meretz withdraws petition, Silman will run with Likud

Tomorrow Supreme Court will discuss Balad's disqualification

Leftist organization "Adalah" claims that Balad's disqualification has no basis and was already discussed in the past in the Supreme Court

Tomorrow Supreme Court will discuss Balad's disqualification

SCOTUS to hear terrorism cases involving social media giants

Supreme Court will rule on whether platforms can be held liable for hosting terrorist content blamed for attacks.

SCOTUS to hear terrorism cases involving social media giants

Supreme Court gives State another 3 months on Khan al Ahmar

Court cites dissolution of government and election campaign as reason for latest delay in ordered evacuation of illegal town.

Supreme Court gives State another 3 months on Khan al Ahmar

Deri warns the judges of the Supreme Court

Shas chairman: If the Supreme Court disqualifies me from being a minister - we will reverse it with legislation.

Deri warns the judges of the Supreme Court

Balad to appeal to Supreme Court against its disqualification: We will surprise everyone

Balad Party: We will not submit to Gantz's dictates in trying to engineer an Arab leadership according to his standard.

Balad to appeal to Supreme Court against its disqualification

'Judiciary is a political party for all intents and purposes' says Religious Zionism MK

Sa'ar responds: Judicial system in danger if Netanyahu wins.

'Judiciary is a political party for all intents and purposes'

Jewish groups file with SCOTUS on behalf of Christian mailman

Orthodox Jewish groups are joining an evangelical Christian mailman’s Supreme Court case.

Jewish groups file with SCOTUS on behalf of Christian mailman

Yeshiva Univ. has a 1st Amendment right to deny official status to an LGBTQ student group

New York law may not force an institution committed to religious values to approve conduct violating its religious commands. Op-ed.

Y.U. has a 1st Amendment right to deny status to an LGBTQ group

Supreme Court: YU does not have to recognize gay club - for now

Supreme Court temporarily blocks lower court ruling forcing YU to recognize LGBTQ student club as case is heard.

Supreme Court: YU does not have to recognize gay club - for now

Lapid to ask for another extension in evacuation of illegal Bedouin outpost

Prime Minister will ask Supreme Court for another extension regarding evacuation of illegal Bedouin village.

Lapid to ask for another extension in Khan al-Ahmar evacuation

Will illegal Bedouin outpost be evacuated?

The State of Israel must provide within a week its response to the Supreme Court regarding the evacuation of Khan al-Ahmar.

Will illegal Bedouin outpost be evacuated?

Legal justice: Jerusalem and the court system in the parasha

The real inspiration and power for the court comes from the holy city of Jerusalem and the Temple. This helps the judges stick to the truth.

Legal justice: Jerusalem and  the court system in the parasha

Supreme Court rejects appeal of Amiram Ben Uliel, convicted of murder in Duma case

Court rules confession legally permissible despite previous court's findings that it was extracted via torture.

Supreme Court rejects Amiram Ben Uliel's appeal

Supreme Court rejects appeal to release hunger striking terrorist

Supreme Court rejects appeal to release Islamic Jihad member Khalil Awawdeh, who is currently hospitalized after starting hunger strike.

Supreme Court rejects appeal to release hunger striker

Israel's Supreme Court ruling on autopsy of a murdered chiid

Israel's Court ruled against an autopsy for a murdered four year old. Why is Jewish law opposed to autopsies? Op-ed.

Israel's Supreme Court ruling on autopsy of a murdered chiid

Supreme Court: No autopsy for strangled four-year-old

Supreme Court accepts family's appeal, allows four-year-old's body to be buried without undergoing autopsy.

Supreme Court: No autopsy for strangled four-year-oldplayer

MKs ask Supreme Court to hold off on Homesh ruling until after election

Land of Israel, Homesh lobbies say bill ending Disengagement Law for north Samaria would likely pass after elections, changing Homesh status

MKs ask court to hold off on Homesh ruling until after election

Shaked celebrates with residents of Mitzpe Kramim: The Zionist spirit won

Interior Minister visits Binyamin region town after Supreme Court overturned ruling that would have seen dozens of homes demolished

Shaked celebrates with residents of Mitzpe Kramim

Supreme Court overturns ruling to demolish Mitzpe Kramim

45 homes to be saved after court overrules its previous ruling calling for the destruction of Mitzpe Kramim.

Supreme Court overturns ruling to demolish Mitzpe Kramim

Watchdog demands Supreme Court close loophole protecting illegal construction

Regavim petitions High Court of Justice: Cancel the directive that protects illegal Arab construction.

Supreme Court must end protection of illegal construction

Supreme Court okays revoking terrorists' citizenship

Israel's Supreme Court okays revoking citizenship of those convicted of harming State security, paving the way for government action.

Supreme Court okays revoking terrorists' citizenship

Taking on the abortion revolution

The drive to legalize the abortion revolution comes from the unbridled sexual immorality that reigns supreme in Western society. Op-ed..

Taking on the abortion revolution

Khan al-Ahmar the untouchable

Although Israel’s High Court has ruled six times that the contested area must be evacuated, our leaders avoid following through.Op-ed.

Khan al-Ahmar the untouchable

US Supreme Court delivers major blow to climate change activists

Court rules 6-3 that Environmental Protection Agency cannot use Clean Air Act to regulate carbon emissions.

US Supreme Court delivers major blow to climate change activists

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire this week

Second longest Supreme Court service justice will officially leave the court on Thursday.

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire this week

Leading Orthodox group praises Supreme Court ruling on school prayer

American haredi umbrella group Agudath Israel lauds end of decades-old de facto ban on school prayers in Supreme Court ruling.

Orthodox group praises Supreme Court ruling on school prayer

Watch: Chicago mayor's profanity tirade against Clarence Thomas

A civil rights attorney says the Supreme Court decision on abortion has 'nothing' to do with personal freedom.

Watch: Chicago mayor's profanity tirade against Clarence Thomasplayer

US Supreme Court rules in favor of coach fired for school prayer

ADL 'deeply disturbed' by ruling supporting right to prayer in public school.

US Supreme Court rules in favor of coach fired for school prayer

SCOTUS strikes down Roe v. Wade. Pence: “Today, Life Won"

The United States Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade today, allowing states to implement stringent abortion restrictions.

SCOTUS strikes down Roe v. Wade. Pence: “Today, Life Won"

Watch: Tensions run high ahead of Supreme Court decision

Pro-abortion activists are calling for a 'Night of Rage' if the Supreme Court overturns Roe V. Wade.

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