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First Arab Muslim, Mizrachi woman appointed to Supreme Court

The Israeli Supreme Court is closer than ever to a conservative majority.

The IDF West Bank Courts continues to be disrupted by political and legal battle.

Who is the country’s first female Muslim District Court judge?

Osali Abu Assad was appointed a full-fledged Northern Magistrate’s Court Judge in 2012.

Miriam Naor: Part Jewish mother, part judicial mensch - opinion

Characteristically diligent, she served even in her final hours, sitting late into the night, as Head of the State Commission investigating the Meron tragedy.

Sa'ar calls ex-chief justice Miriam Naor ‘Crusader for justice’ at funeral

Miriam Naor died on Monday, leaving behind her a legacy, becoming the youngest judge to be appointed to the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court at the time.

Ex-UK chief justice to Jpost: Judges need to explain decisions to public

Former British Supreme Court chief justice Lord John Thomas says judges need to clearly explain their decisions in ways people can understand to journalists and the public.

Pakistan confirms appointment of first female Supreme Court judge

A commission that decides on the promotion of judges on Thursday voted to make 55-year-old Justice Ayesha Malik the first female judge on Pakistan's Supreme Court.

By REUTERS
06/01/2022

Gideon Sa'ar reopens Israel's Supreme Court candidate list

The move could finally break the months-long logjam for filling two empty seats and two seats that will be vacant in April.

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Dutch politician deletes antisemitic tweets comparing COVID to Holocaust

Following a court order, a Dutch lawmaker removed social media messages in which he drew parallels between COVID-19 measures and the treatment of Jews by the Nazis.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
17/12/2021
High Court of Justice prepares for hearing on whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu can form the

4 Supreme Court spots may be filled next week

There are already two gaping holes that need to be filled following the retirement of justices Hanan Melcer and Menachem Mazuz this past April

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