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Judicial Reform

 MK Simcha Rothman and Israeli Justice Minister Yariv Levin are seen in the Knesset in Jerusalem, last summer. The writer calls their current tactics ‘a smokescreen.’

Israel's judicial reform issue has slowly burned out of the public eye

By YOSSI TATIKA
 Gary Roush holds up a sign protesting former U.S. President Donald Trump ahead of a case deciding his immunity from charges outside the U.S. Supreme Court as justices issue orders in pending appeals in Washington, U.S., June 21, 2024.

Is Netanyahu’s judicial reform needed in the US after Trump immunity ruling?

 Israelis protest against the government’s proposed judicial reforms in Tel Aviv on February 4.

Yair Lapid's adviser: Democracy must be able to protect itself

 OPPOSITION HEAD MK Yair Lapid attends a 40-signatures debate at the plenum hall of the Knesset earlier this week: ‘The Knesset suddenly understands that it is on the way to falling apart.’

Lapid, Sa'ar warn against 'return of judicial reform'

 Omer Lubaton-Granot, left, and Shany Granot-Lubaton, right.

The Israeli couple who started a NYC protest movement

By Luke Tress/JTA
 MK Simcha Rothman speaks of the judicial reform. May 29, 2024.

'Judicial reform will let us tell the truth to the world,' says MK Rothman after ICJ ruling

 The public this year have been urged to ‘maintain the sanctity of Remembrance Day’ as emotions run raw following October 7.

Ceremony controversy: Disputes over national day ceremonies in Israel

 Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters during a protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the current Israeli government, in Tel Aviv, on February 24, 2024.

Urgent appeal to Attorney-General: 'Immediately deal with police violence against protesters'

By Ori Sela
 Israeli minister of Justice Yariv Levin speaks at a swearing in ceremony for newly appointed judges at the President's residence in Jerusalem, on April 18, 2024.

Levin demands 'very broad agreement' on judicial appointments

 Israeli president Isaac Herzog speaks at a swearing in ceremony for newly appointed judges at the President's residence in Jerusalem, on April 18, 2024.

Appointment ceremony for 36 new judges emphasizes importance of consensus

 PROF. MOSHE KOPPEL, chairman of the Kohelet Policy Forum, has faced accusations of playing a significant role in pushing the attempted judicial overhaul which tore apart Israeli society, but reflects differently one year on.

Kohelet’s Moshe Koppel reflects on the judicial reforms a year later

 Ben Pasternak.

Israeli companies move business offshore as war increases instability - Aman Group

 Police officers on horses try to move protesters out of the way during a protest for the release of hostages kidnapped in the deadly October 7 attack on Israel by the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas from Gaza, in Tel Aviv, Isr

Calls for elections and a hostage deal at the same time diminish both

 View of Bank of Israel main offices in Jerusalem, on January 2, 2023.

War hurt Israeli economy 'on many levels' - Bank of Israel report

 Yair Netanyahu

Yair Netanyahu's security attempted to silence Israeli activists abroad

 Supreme Court justice Uzi Vogelman at the High Court of Justice in Jerusalem, on December 31, 2023

Vogelman: Reform ruling part of constitutional process, need last Basic Law

 Education Minister Yoav Kisch seen at the assembly hall of the Knesset, the Israeli parliament in Jerusalem, on March 15, 2023

Israel Prize restructured to avoid honoring Netanyahu critic - report

The Israeli Air Force works to fight new and developing threats across the region

IAF establishes new department to combat the growing threat of Iran