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Israeli forces ransack home of acting supreme judge

Published today (updated) 04/06/2011 12:33 RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Israeli forces ransacked the home of the acting supreme judge of Palestine and deputy chief of the Higher Judiciary Council Sheikh Yousif Id’eis early Saturday morning in Biddu near Ramallah. The sheikh was not home at the time, and soldiers gave his wife a warrant ordering him […]

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No point listening to UN on Palestinians, says Supreme Court Judge

Wednesday, April 13 2011| Noam Sheizaf | +972 Magazine – The Best Magzine in 972 Justice Elyakim Rubinstein The Supreme Court had a nice verdict today, deeming as illegal the Interior Ministry’s policy of deporting anyforeign worker who had a child three months after she gave birth. Retiring Justice Ayala Procaccia, sitting on her last […]

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Hamas meets with Supreme Council ruling Egypt

31/03/2011 – 10:08 AM CAIRO, (PIC)– A delegation of Hamas led by Mahmoud Zahar has met with the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which received power in Egypt following the ouster of former president Hosni Mubarak, as well as several political forces and Egyptian parties and a number of youth behind the Jan. 25 […]

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Bahr phones Amr Moussa to save hunger strikers

[ 02/01/2011 – 04:34 PM ]   GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian Legislative Council deputy speaker, Ahmed Bahr, phoned Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa noon Sunday asking him to come to the aid of the six Hamas hunger strikers who have been demanding their freedom from the Palestinian Authority security system for the last month. Bahr illustrated for […]

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Netanyahu reverses Supreme Court decision to close synagogue

[ 07/10/2010 – 04:40 PM ]   NAZARETH, (PIC)– Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered to halt a Supreme Court ruling to shut down a Jewish synagogue built in the occupied West Bank, an Israeli media source said. The Israeli Supreme Court previously issued a decision to close the Al Matan synagogue, which was built […]

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