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I don't think that "New Hall of Justice" is an accurate name in English for the Haifa Courts complex. It actually sounds quite unlikely... are you sure this is the name in use? <<New District Court building>> makes a far more appropriate translation if you ask me. What do you say? Orrlingtalk 22:50, 18 January 2013 (UTC)
- The name you suggested will not do either, because the building houses also the Haifa Court of Justice (Beit Mishpat Hashalom) and Haifa Labour Court. YoavR (talk) 15:40, 19 January 2013 (UTC)
- Thanks. When I happened there physically I indeed saw that “Hall of Justice” is the name though only in Hebrew - whereas in English it is simply “Haifa Courts”, given that our parent-cat is Haifa Courts, and that “Hall of Justice” is not really in any use in English, I think it can be renamed into New Haifa Courts, (..and also think that Hall of Justice provokes confusion with the religious structure of the similar title…). With your permission, I’m moving it. Orrlingtalk 02:01, 13 October 2013 (UTC)