The new U.N. report on the Gaza border protests applies the wrong legal standard.
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Israel’s Supreme Court sided with the military in three house-demolition cases, but a close examination of the rulings exposes the increasing tensions on the court around the legality of the policy of destroying the houses of terrorists.
Israel’s Supreme Court Hands a Victory to Lara Alqasem, But the Future of Foreigners’ Free Speech Remains Uncertain
The Alqasem ruling seems to make the possibility that the Supreme Court will strike down Israel’s anti-BDS law even more remote.
The high court ruled that the government could not deny entry to a group of women related to Hamas members who needed lifesaving medical care. But it stopped short of saying such a policy amounted to a illegitimate collective punishment
Room for Optimism? Israeli Supreme Court Presses for Implementation of Ruling on Inmates’ Right to Personal Space
How will an Israeli Supreme Court decision on minimum standard conditions for prisoners apply in the national security context?
In dismissing a petition against the rules of engagement governing use of force by the Israeli security forces in the violent clashes in Gaza, the court asserted a controversial interpretation of what international law requires of the Israeli security forces.
Opening a criminal investigation against an interrogator and beginning to monitor interrogations are steps in the right direction, but interrogation reform in Israel has more progress to make.
A review of the Supreme Court of Israel’s recent ruling.
Comments on the ruling in Abu Ghosh v. Attorney-General of the State of Israel.
A review of the Supreme Court of Israel’s decision last week on “pressure techniques” applied during interrogations of terrorism suspects.