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Settlers and Settlements: April 6, 2012‎

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The state prosecution told the High Court yesterday it would not demolish three structures being built on private Palestinian land in the Beit El settlement by May 2012, due to the IDF’s operational needs in the West Bank. The buildings are being built on private Palestinian land and still uninhabited. In April 2010 the government committed to demolish the buildings within a year.

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April 6th, 2012 at 10:34 am

Military and Security Forces: June 16,2011

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Jerusalem District Court with the consent of the state prosecution had deleted charges against a girl from Ramat Migron attributing her stone throwing at Palestinian cars, after two soldiers who were there at the time, contradicted the version of the officer who accused the girl. Hakol Hayehudi (The Jewish Voice) website reported that this was the main charge in the indictment filed against the girl, and is the reasons for which the girl is under house arrest for more than seven months.

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Judiciary: 10 November, 2010

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Supreme Court Justice Hannan Meltzer hinted that former President Katzav could be cleared of the criminal charges pending against him under an abuse of process defense if it is determined that the State Prosecution exacerbated the charges against him in order to overcome problems due to the statute of limitations. (Hebrew)

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November 10th, 2010 at 2:56 am