Articles in "Law and Order"

High Court to Govt.: End Saga of Illegal Khan al Ahmar Post

The High Court of Justice on Wednesday granted the government yet another extension, requiring a response to Regavim’s petition by 5 ...

Litzman to Face Charges of Obstruction of Justice, Breach of Trust over Leifer Incident

The Jerusalem District Attorney's Office informed Minister Yaakov Litzman's attorney on Thursday that Attorney General Avichai Mandelbliet ...

“I thought this can’t be real. It looked like a movie” – Using TPS Photos, Woman in Lod Transforms Horror to Movie Scenes

A Jewish woman in the central Israeli city of Lod has turned to art to deal with the rocket attacks and rioting in her city. ...

15 Years After Murder, Court Orders Retrial for Roman Zadorov

Over five years after his final conviction for the murder of Tair Rada, the saga of Roman Zadorov refuses to rest as he is still claiming ...

Netanyahus Suing Olmert for Defamation

The Netanyahu family filed a defamation lawsuit against former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Thursday after he questioned their mental ...

High Profile Case Alleging Bribery, Illicit Relations at Top of Justice System Closed

A high-profile case alleging the payment of bribes for the sake of promotion in Israel's judicial system and illicit relations between ...

Uproar as High Court Recognizes Reform and Conservative Conversions

The High court of Justice ordered the state to recognize Conservative and Reform conversions to Judaism, sending the political and ...

Netanyahu’s Trial to Resume After Elections

The testimonies in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trial will be heard 13 days after the election starting April 5, and sessions will ...

Israel: Malka Leifer’s Extradition to Australia Completed

Malka Leifer landed in Melbourne, Australia, and thus Israel has completed the extradition proceedings that began in Israel in ...

Ultra-Orthodox Riot Over COVID-19 Lockdown

Thousands of Ultra-Orthodox men rioted in several cities in Israel on Sunday night in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions ...