Tag Archives: Israeli Supreme Court

From Israel: Dangers – Within and Without

Before I begin to address those dangers, I want to return to the matter of the extradition from Jordan of Ahlam Ahmad al-Tamimi, mastermind of the horrendous Sbarro terror attack 20 years ago.  You will find my posting that includes this material here (scroll towards bottom): https://arlenefromisrael.info/from-israel-hold-fast-and-dont-let-go/  I had written …

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Into the fray: Something to worry about…

The debilitating deadlock, in which Israel’s political system is mired, is in large measure the result of judicial disregard—or at least distortion—of the law  Over the past decade, the public image of the Supreme Court as an autonomous and impartial arbiter has been increasingly eroded… [T]he court and its judges …

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