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Strange as it may sound, this petition must be credited to the Supreme Court itself.
Gallup first conducted their Confidence in Institutions poll in 1973, around the time of the Watergate scandal. The ratings have been updated annually since 1983, except for in 1992.
ONE OF the more historic properties in Talbiyeh is up for sale with a NIS 30 million price tag.
Freedom is not with the Rabbinical Court – but in the hands of the husband and his father.
By PNINA OMER
Ginsburg, who has served on the court since 1993, is the oldest of the nine justices and one of the court’s four liberals.
Detainees were beaten, starved, hit with lead pipes, had cigarettes extinguished on their bodies, hung in torturous positions for hours.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The Israeli Supreme Court only accepted Alqasem’s appeal after it was convinced that she no longer held the very same political opinions for which she was denied entry.
By SAWSAN ZAHER
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.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Readers of the Jerusalem Post have their say.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The principle that one must treat a person as a person, not an object, has many scriptural wellsprings. None is more powerful than the principle, “Love your fellow as yourself.”
By NOAH LAWRENCE
There is no disputing that liberal Jews were concerned that Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court represented a threat to their cherished interests.
By ISI LEIBLER
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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