The Jerusalem district court has ruled that Malka Leifer, a former school principal wanted for child sex abuse offenses in Australia, is fit for extradition, the latest ruling in a case that has dragged on for more than a decade.  Leifer faces 74 counts of sexual assault against three sisters who attended the ultra-Orthodox school where she worked in Melbourne. An expert panel appointed by the court rejected Leifer's claim of mental illness and found her fit for extradition and trial. Leifer's counsel said they were considering appealing the decision.

Manny Waks is CEO of Kol v'Oz, an organization  dedicated to preventing child sexual abuse in the global Jewish community. He was at the courthouse on Monday and later spoke to KAN reporter Naomi Segal.