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New bill to bring Judea and Samaria land cases to lower courts passes first reading
A new bill that would require Palestinians to file land ownership and demolition cases in Israeli district courts, rather than jumping directly to the Supreme Court, passed its first reading in the Knesset.
Israeli officials praise Trump’s selection of John Bolton as new national security advisor
Bolton, who has served in various high-level capacities in the last three Republican administrations, including as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations under President George W. Bush, has advocated a strong stance against North Korea and Iran, and has publicly expressed pro-Israel positions on numerous occasions.
Twitter shares plummet after threat of lawsuit by Israel
Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked has accused it of providing a channel for terror organizations to promote terror and incite violence.
On AIPAC sidelines, Israeli ministers express support for settlements
Said Israel’s Consul General to New York Dani Dayan: “If we are foreigners to Judea and Samaria, then of course we are foreigners to Tel Aviv.”
Israeli Supreme Court turnover: A ‘win-win’ for the public and for policy
For decades, Israel’s court has been widely known to be one of the most liberal activist courts in the Western world. But Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked is single-handedly shaking things up.
Two new justices change makeup of Israel’s historically liberal Supreme Court
“Stein and Grosskopf are legal luminaries who come from diverse and unique backgrounds, and no one disputes their merit,” said Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked. “I have no doubt their contribution to the Supreme Court will leave its mark on the history of the Israeli judiciary.”