The Jerusalem Post

Judicial Reform

 Religious Zionist rabbis meet with Brothers in Arms activists. December 3, 2023

Religious Zionist rabbis, anti-judicial reform protest leaders meet to talk unity

By Tal Shalev/Walla
'Hostages Square' in Tel Aviv on Friday following the release of 13 hostages: With all the horror, tension, and uncertainty, we have displayed national unity at levels never seen before, says the writer.

When this is all over, we must find new ways to stay unified - opinion

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, flanked by Defense Minister Yoav Gallant (left) and IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Herzi Halevi, holds a security assessment in Tel Aviv.

IDF intel. warned Netanyahu that Iran saw 'weakness' in Israel - report

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with Israeli Minister of Justice Yariv Levin during a government conference at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem on September 10, 2023.

Judicial Selection Committee to convene for first time this year

 Israeli Minister of Justice Yariv attends the Mida conference at the Begin Heritage Center, in Jerusalem, on September 5, 2023.

Levin and the appointment of judges: It takes a war to put things in perspective - analysis

 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits the Ramon airbase in southern Israel on November 5, 2023

Netanyahu denies blaming Hamas massacre on Israeli reservist strikes

 JUSTICE MINISTER Yariv Levin presents the reasonableness clause to the Knesset in July.

Yariv Levin, interim High Court head appoint 14 new Israeli judges

 New York State Governor Kathy Hochul speaks at the "New York Stands with Israel" rally in New York, U.S. October 10, 2023.

Israeli expats who organized to protest Netanyahu’s government are now mobilizing to ‘save Israel’

By Luke Tress/JTA
 PLO chairman Yasser Arafat shakes hands with Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin as US president Bill Clinton stands between them, after the signing of the Oslo Peace Accords at the White House on September 13, 1993.

Settler goals can't coexist with a Jewish-majority democracy - opinion

 BEN MIZRACHI enjoys a light moment in happier times.

How Israeli civilians heroically fought back against Hamas on October 7 - opinion

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE President Esther Hayut hears a petition at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem

Hayut’s retirement, still significant, overshadowed by war - analysis

 IT WAS then the Jew was hurled into the abyss of the nations: A cave in Hurvat Madras; these caves have been found full of the belongings of Bar Kochba’s people.

Can war with Hamas help Israel decide what it is? - opinion

A 2021 CAMPAIGN poster for Benny Gantz, depicting him alongside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

How long with the emergency gov't's unity last? - opinion

 Israeli national flags flutter in front of an office tower at a business park also housing high tech companies, at Ofer Park in Petah Tikva, Israel August 27, 2020.

Israelis, Poles and Hungarians to launch DemoCrisis network

 People celebrate next to an Israeli military vehicle that was seized by Palestinian gunmen who infiltrated areas of southern Israel, in the northern Gaza Strip October 7, 2023.

The bitter reality: Left or Right doesn't matter in war - comment

 Anti judicial reform activists protest against the judicial overhaul and and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu before the opening ceremony of the light rail, in Petah Tikva, August 17, 2023

Judicial reform protests cancelled amid security situation

 Yoram Cohen, then chief of Israel's Shin Bet internal security service, attends a session of the Foreign Affairs and Defence Committee in the parliament in Jerusalem May 30, 2012.

Netanyahu severely damaged Israel and his own legacy - ex-Shin Bet chief

 A protester holds an Israeli flag in front of Border Police officers during a protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition and its proposed judicial reforms to reduce powers of the Supreme Court in a main square in Tel Aviv, Israel January 14, 2023.

Police commander blames judicial reform protests for failure to fight crime