Israeli court rulings - Übersetzung nach deutsch
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Israeli court rulings - Übersetzung nach deutsch

Israeli Military Court of Appeals; Military Court of Appeals (Israel); Israeli military court; Israeli Military Court
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israelische Gerichtsentscheidungen (Urteile die im Staat Israel gefällt wurden, Ergebnisse von in Israel geführten Prozessen)
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GEOPOLITICAL CONFLICT IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
Arab Israeli conflict; Israeli-Arab conflict; Arab-Israeli struggle; Arab-Israeli Conflict; Arab israeli conflict; Arab-israeli conflict; User:Jsolinsky/Arab-Israeli conflict; Arab-Israeli War; Israeli Arab conflict; Arab-Israel conflict; Aṣ-Ṣirāʿ al-ʿArabī al-'Isrā'īlī; הסכסוך הישראלי ערבי; Arab-Israeli conflict; As-Sira al-Arabi al-Israili; Fifty years war; Arab-Israeli conflicts; Arab–Israeli Conflict; Arab Israeli Conflict; Israeli-Arab Conflict; Israeli–Arab conflict; Israel-Arab conflict; Financial cost of the Arab–Israeli conflict; Financial cost of the Arab-Israeli conflict; Religious aspects of the Arab–Israeli conflict; Religious aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict
der Arabisch-Israelische Konflikt (der beinahe ewige Konflikt zwischen Arabern und Israelis)
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STANDARD FORM OF THE HEBREW LANGUAGE SPOKEN TODAY MAINLY IN ISRAEL
Israeli Hebrew language; Israeli Hebrew; Modern Hebrew language; ISO 639:heb; Modern Israeli Hebrew; Modern Standard Hebrew; עברית חדשה; ʿivrït ħadašä; Loanwords in modern Hebrew; New Hebrew
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Definition

court martial
also court-martial (court martials, court martialling, court martialled)
Note: The spellings 'court martialing' and 'court martialed' are used in American English; 'courts martial' is also used as a plural form for the noun.
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A court martial is a trial in a military court of a member of the armed forces who is charged with breaking a military law.
He is due to face a court-martial on drugs charges...
He was arrested, tried by court martial and shot.
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2.
If a member of the armed forces is court martialled, he or she is tried in a military court.
I was court-martialled and sentenced to six months in a military prison.
VERB: usu passive, be V-ed

Wikipedia

Military Court of Appeals

The Israeli Military Court of Appeals is the supreme military court of the Israel Defense Forces. It considers and judges over appeals submitted by the Military Advocate General which challenge decisions rendered by the district military tribunals:

  • The Central and Air Force District
  • The General Staff, Sea Corps, and Home Front District
  • The GOC Army Headquarters and Southern District
  • The Northern District

Additionally, the Court adjudicates over appeals to the special military tribunals:

  • The Special Military Tribunal
  • The Naval Military Tribunal
  • The Field Tribunals (operated during times of war)

The Court is located in Tel Aviv. As of August 2016, it is presided by Aluf Doron Piles. The president of the court is a member of the General Staff, but is not professionally subordinate to the chief of staff.