Law and religion roundup – 28th January

A week in which we didn’t take “a pinch of salt”  with the news as it didn’t “suit us to a tea”…

… as we (and the Cabinet Office) thought the US Embassy was playing games with us.

South Africa v Israel

Probably the biggest legal news of the week (and one that touches at least tangentially on “law and religion”) was that the International Court of Justice has issued a series of provisional measures to protect the rights of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip after finding that it was “plausible” that their rights under the Prevention of Genocide Convention were being violated. Continue reading