Archive for the ‘Netanya’ tag
Owners of businesses on Ahad Ha’am street in Netanya said that if Eritrean asylum seekers will continue to open businesses on this street, “the situation will explode in a way that will make the events in South Tel Aviv seem like a child’s play.”
Ethiopian youths held a demonstration in Netanya against the discrimination of Ethiopian students in the city’s schools. In two of the city’s schools, Ethiopians make up more than 90% of the student body.
Suzy Ayad, a Netanya resident who was ordered to stand apart from men during a funeral in the Netanya Cemetery has filed a damages claim against Hevra Kadisha [Jewish burial society].
Ilan Addiso who had worked for 25 years as a gardener at Hamalban geriatric medical center in Netanya, is suing the institute’s management because he claimed he did not get the promotion he deserved because of his Ethiopian origin.
Steven Paul Jock, a citizen of Sudan staying in Israel since 2007, was badly beaten last week by four Israelis in Netanya and needed medical attention. When he reached the police station to file a complaint, the officer in charge denied his request to get the case number, or a photocopy of the file. The officer also threatened him that if he made a big story out if the case, she would see to his deportation to Sudan. She then refused to identify to Jock.
A woman filed a claim against Chevra Kadisha (Jewish burial service) of Natanya. The woman claims that she was forced to stand separated from her male acquaintances, during a funeral held in the city cemetery.
Four verdicts handed out during the past year at Regional Rabbinical Courts determine that the jurisdiction of Dayyanim (Rabbinate Judges) on the issue of couples who married abroad and are seeking to divorce, does not stop at the technicality of undoing the relationship nor at issuing a “get le-humra”. In a ruling given at the Netanya Rabbinical Court, for instance, it was determined that it is possible for the court to rule according to the Halacha in cases of providing a get document for civil marriages — a direct contradiction to a ruling of the SCJ, according to which all matters relating to a civil marriage should be determined only in civil courts.
This weekend the police arrested Eli Buhbut, 20, of Netanya, after he attacked a doctor at Laniado hospital. Local Magistrate’s Court Judge Hadas Ovadia denied the police request to retain Buhbut under arrest until proceedings are complete. She permitted the police to delay Buhbut’s release by one day, in order to file an appeal to the Petach Tikva District Court. However, instead of filing an appeal, the police filed charges with the Petach Tikva Court, and the hearing was held before Justice Ovadia.
A Netanya politician was arrested on suspicions of raping and molestation of underage girls, after several parents said that he had sexually attacked their daughters (Hebrew). In some of the cases, attacks persisted over several years.