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Reigning in stormy times
Forty-two death sentences were imposed in 2018, following a trend of decline since nearly 300 sentences were handed down per year in the 1990s.
Rivlin: "One could not expect a government-appointed advisory committee to be a rubber stamp."
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The government has asked for an extension of four months beyond Sunday’s deadline for passing a new bill into law.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Cabinet to vote on interim chief but has majority for Edri
By GIL HOFFMAN,YVETTE J. DEANE
The Supreme Court said it isn’t deciding this issue, then goes on to side with the ITA. The court ruled that control and management has to be “exercised.”
By LEON HARRIS
“Nothing will change” on haredim in IDF, senior cabinet source says.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Asked about the possibility of elections, Shaked responded that she thinks they will be in March.
Former Supreme Court President Asher Gronis participated in the event alongside former justices Yaakov Turkey, Edna Arbel and Salim Joubran.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Currently, poker is not permitted, because in the past it was considered gambling. Poker players were subject to a year in prison and organizers of poker tournaments to three.
Supreme Court Judge David Mintz was driving in his car near his home when the attempted assault occurred.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Ari Nagel has fathered at least 33 children in the last decade with sperm he donates free of charge.
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