Sunday, September 11, 2005

More Cases Come Before the Sanhedrin Court

This was reported a week ago by Arutz-7:

22:33 Sep 04, '05 / 30 Av 5765

(IsraelNN.com) The reconstituted, but still independent and voluntary, Sanhedrin - the highest judicial body in a Torah-based Jewish state - has been seeing more cases come before its special court in recent months. The latest is that of a couple from the northern Samaria town of Sa-Nur who asked if they may accept the compensation for their property offered them by the state.

The Sanhedrin, headed by Rabbi Adin Steinzaltz, has previously issued a decision opposing the relinquishing of land under the Disengagement Plan.

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