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State Files for Extension of Current Draft Law

The state submitted a request Sunday to the High Court to postpone the deadline for a new military draft law for another seven months. Deputy Health Minister Rabbi Yaakov Litzman…

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German Sub Case Surfaces in Netanyahu Police Questioning

Israeli police took testimony on Tuesday from Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu as part of an investigation into a conflict-of-interest case involving a $2 billion purchase of German submarines and some…

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Families at Netiv Haavot Outpost Evicted

Israeli security forces on Tuesday evicted Jewish families from 15 homes which Israel’s highest court ruled were built illegally on privately-owned Palestinian land in Gush Etzion. Some 2,500 security personnel…

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Stockholm Truck Terrorist Sentenced to Life

A failed Uzbek asylum seeker was jailed for life in Sweden on Thursday for killing five people when he slammed a stolen truck into shoppers on a busy street in…

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High Court Hears Arguments on Regulation Law

The Regulation Law, which seeks to legalize thousands of contested homes in Yehudah and Shomron, has come before the High Court, and the country and the world were paying close…

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Mandelblit Defends High Court Powers

Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit fired the latest shot in the ongoing battle over the role of the judiciary in Israel, asserting that attacks on the High Court threaten Israeli security…

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High Court Upholds Knesset Expulsion Law

Israel’s High Court on Sunday swept aside objections to a law enabling the Knesset to oust one of its members if supported by 90 lawmakers out of the parliament’s 120.…

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Police Investigating Causes of Rahat Riot

A Be’er Sheva court overnight Motzoei Shabbos extended the remand of four Bedouin Arab residents of the southern city of Rahat who were arrested last week for attacking police officers.…

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