#15 Mark - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Abecassis
    • 25.11.09 | 16:13 (IST)

    Mr Koch says" Is Israel....a Nation Of VIGILANTES", that is exactly the arguments I put through in my earlier answer. Are'nt the NGOs -of any kind- take over the actual duties to be performed by a functioning institutions of a supposedly a Liberal Democracy?!!! Look at who is more actual reduces the values of a State apparatus if not an NGOs; the state is perfectly happy to let steam of frustrutated segment of the society to let it out! There is an unfortunate inflation in the numbers of the NGOs in Israel. Just see their relative numbers in your own country. It takes the function the State relyes on and since tackling a problem with the police or the Legal system is overdue, the NGOs are a perfect cover for it (the State apparatus). You see Mr Koch your argument is patently clear, you stand for an excuse for Law and Order, you are so in love with, and don't understanding the intricacies of State Institutions in a Democracy.

    from the article: Rights group: 69 cases of Palestinian olive trees destroyed, but no prosecutions
    First published 02:28 25.11.09 | Last updated 09:32 25.11.09
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