Yariv Levin

Report: Prime Minister Netanyahu to undergo hernia operation tonight

According to the Prime Minister's Office, the hernia was discovered during a routine examination, and he agreed to an operation under general anasthesia.

Avi Woolf | 31.03.24

Israel-Gaza War, Supreme Court

Supreme Court Strikes Down Basic Law Amendment on Reasonableness

The ruling, whose draft was leaked last week to journalist Amit Segal, was rushed through so the narrow majority in favor of striking down the amendment would still be in place.

Avi Woolf | 01.01.24

The Judicial Selection Committee

For the First Time: Levin Convenes the Judicial Selection Committee

For the first time since the establishment of the government, the Judicial Selection Committee is meeting. Karine Elharrar calls on Levin: "We can't wait any longer and the dozens of existing judging standards must be staffed."

Simcha Raz, JFeed Staff | 16.11.23

Israel-Gaza War, Supreme Court

Justice Minister Levin to Supreme Court: I Will Convene Judicial Selection Committee

The Knesset committee will be appointed within 15 days to appoint judges at all levels. "In time of war, there is no room for dealing in matters of controversy."

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 05.11.23

Politics, Justice

Justice Minister Levin: 14 Judges to be Temporarily Appointed

The decision is based on a section in the law allowing certain temporary appointments in consultation with court presidents.

JFeed | 02.11.23

Israel-Gaza War, Knesset

Ministerial Committee Approves Expansion of Counter-Terrorism Law

Once passed, the amended law will allow designating individual terrorists and more effective measures against terrorist fund raising.

Liran Vainshtain, JFeed Staff | 29.10.23

Israel-Gaza War

Levin and AG Discuss Policy in Anti-Incitement Clampdown

At the meeting, Attorney General Gali Baharav-Miara said the policy is going after all inciters to the full extent of the law.

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 27.10.23

Death Penalty

The Cabinet Member Demands: Imposing the Death Penalty on Hamas Terrorists

Minister Israel Katz appealed to the Minister of Justice Levin with a request to apply the Nazi and Nazi Collaborators (Punishment) Law to Hamas terrorists who participated in the attack, thereby imposing the death penalty on them.

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 24.10.23


Yariv Levin: I'm Doing Everything to Form a Unity Government

Minister Yariv Levin addressed the efforts to form an emergency government, and says that he's doing everything he can to make it happen in the next few hours: "In these days, we need something else - the immediate formation of an emergency national government."

Guy Ezra, JFeed Staff | 10.10.23

"A Baseless Claim"

The legal adviser to the government against Yariv Levin: "Conflict of interest? A baseless claim"

The Legal Adviser to the Government once again approves separate representation for the Minister of Justice Yariv Levin in the petitions regarding the inspection committee regarding the Malware (Pegasus). Meanwhile, she rejects the allegation of conflict of interest

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 01.10.23

The Incapacity Law

Live broadcast: The High Court discusses petitions against the fortification law

With the decision on the reason for reasonableness expected in the background, the High Court of Justice is deliberating with a panel of 11 judges on the petitions against the Prime Minister's fortification law.

JFeed | 28.09.23

The Incapacity Law

Ahead of the High Court hearing, Levin attacks: "This is not democracy"

Justice Minister Yariv Levin issued a strong statement, in which he strongly opposed the discussion of the incapacity law in the Supreme Court, and attacked the judges of the High Court of Justice as being "above the people"

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 28.09.23

A Change in the Composition of the Judges

Because of the postponement of the date: a change in the composition of the judges who will hear the petition against Yariv Levin

After the Supreme Court received the position of Justice Minister Yariv Levin, a date was set for the hearing against him regarding the Judicial Appointments Committee. The new composition of the committee is considered to be more "conservative"

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 20.09.23

Likud Publishes a Clarification Notice

After Netanyahu's words: Likud issues a clarification statement

Likud publishes a clarification notice following Netanyahu's words about the legal reform: "He did not reject the legal reform at all"

Guy Ezra, JFeed Staff | 19.09.23

Facial Recognition Camera Law

The "softened" facial recognition camera law was approved by the government

The Ministerial Committee on Legislation approved the bill for the use of facial recognition cameras by stating that there will be an explicit exclusion of freedom of expression events, and the use will only be for cases of "serious crime" offenses

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 18.09.23

Report by the Authority for Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing

Millions of shekels that were laundered for the purpose of terrorism were seized in the last year

A new report by the Authority for Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing reveals economic crime data, the main trends and risks in the areas of money laundering and terrorist financing in Israel

Yehudit Lazarovitch, JFeed Staff | 18.09.23

"I Want to Balance the Court"

Levin to 60 Minutes: "I want to balance the court"

The American investigative program "60 Minutes" dealt with the legal reform in Israel. As part of the program, there was an interview with Minister of Justice Levin: "What is the price of democracy?"

JFeed | 18.09.23

Without Authority

Levin is right: the Supreme Court acted without authority

The High Court of Justice issued a conditional order to the Minister of Justice without hearing his arguments as required by law, the court relied on the preliminary response in the petition and treated it as a full response, which is not allowed by law

Yehudit Lazarovitch, JFeed Staff | 14.09.23

The Legal Reform

The government demands that the decision be revoked: "Not qualified"

After the High Court issued a conditional order against the Minister of Justice regarding the non-convening of the committee for the selection of judges, the government issued a request to cancel it: "The court is not qualified"

Bentzi Rubin, JFeed Staff | 14.09.23

The Legal Reform

Legal drama: a conditional order against the Minister of Justice

The High Court issued a conditional order against the Minister of Justice regarding the non-convening of the Committee for the Selection of Judges, orders the minister to explain his decision. If the court is not convinced by his reasons, it will issue an interim order to the minister to convene the committee immediately.

Yehudit Lazarovitch, JFeed Staff | 14.09.23