Self-immolated social protest activist Moshe Silman.
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Tel Aviv, October 25 – In response to Disqualification for a Cause, filed by Joseph Zernik, PhD, of Human Rights Alert (NGO), Judge Hagai Brenner stepped down from the case of Silman v Social Security Administration in the Tel Aviv District Court.
The August 30, 2012 notice, received from the Tel Aviv District Court says:
It should be noted that the notice was served as an unsigned "Post-it Decision", and was accompanied by an unsigned authentication record.
The Disqualification for a Cause noted evidence that the case as a whole was conducted as simulated litigation : 
In the meanwhile, the Tel Aviv District Court continues to delay access to the court file records, and also continues to delay decision on a request for copies of decisions in the case, certified by the Clerk of the Court.
The case of the late Moshe Silman was submitted as part of the Human Rights Alert (NGO) report to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, due for review in early 2013. 
The Human Rights Alert report is titled, "Integrity, or lack thereof, in the electronic records of the courts of the State of Israel", and subtitled, "A court which refuses to certify its own decisions, is certified corrupt".
 12-08-30 Silman v State of Israel (1752-08) in the Tel Aviv District Court – Judge Hagai Brenner's simulated decision to step down in response to Disqualification for a Cause
 12-07-25 Time Line of Events: Moshe Silman - self-immolated, Israeli social protest activist - and the justice system of the State of Israel
 12-10-11 Human Right Alert's Appendix IV to Submission; 2013 UPR of the State of Israel - The case of Moshe Silman