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Posts Tagged: Supreme Court President Esther Hayut

January 17, 2019 11:21 am
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Scandal Rocks Israeli Judicial System as Senior Member Arrested for Fraud

JNS.org - An unnamed senior Israeli lawyer was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of demanding sexual favors in exchange for judicial appointments. Two more suspects, including...

March 23, 2018 3:58 pm
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Tel Aviv Court Judge Accused of Colluding in Bezeq Case Is Officially Suspended

JNS.org - Tel Aviv Magistrate Court Judge Ronit Poznansky-Katz has been suspended by Supreme Court President Esther Hayut on Thursday, pending a disciplinary hearing on charges...

Culture

Now Museum Pieces, Yiddish Typewriters Tell the Story of a Once-Vibrant Culture

Not long after the first models appeared on the market in the 1870s, the typewriter...

Israeli Shalva Band’s Eurovision Performance Praised for ‘Making Dreams Come True’

Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs commended the country's Shalva Band following...

Features

Abraham Foxman Talks Antisemitism, BDS, and Mel Gibson

Abraham Foxman is the National Director Emeritus of the Anti-Defamation League and a Holocaust survivor. He is the author of...

Israel’s Information War Is as Important as Its Military One

In recent months, the Israeli defense establishment has made increasing use of “information...

Next Israeli Government Could Soon Face New Iranian Terrorist Challenges

In Saturday's early hours, when the attention of most Israelis was focused on...

Israel

Huawei Temporarily Suspends Israeli Employees With US Citizenship

CTech - The US boycott of Huawei is creating shockwaves in Israel as well. On Sunday, one of the company's Israeli employees was turned away from the company's local research...

Middle East

Turkey Preparing for Possible US Sanctions Over S-400s: Minister

Turkey's defense minister said it was preparing for potential US sanctions over its purchase of Russian S-400 missile defense systems, even while he said there was some improvement in talks...

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