First as you say the courts do try to "rein in excesses" (i.e. Stopping the security fence from straying from the Green line, support Pro Pal protests in Jerusalem, supporting Pro Pal protests at the security fence both held weekly or daily etc.). Yet I'm unaware of any country that doesn't have people who violate the law maybe you could enlighten us. You write: "More tolerant than Saudi Arabia - Wow!" sarcastically, but that is the point isn't it? Israel among its neighbors is a "light unto all nation". The fact that its neighbors and the Pals have such repressive societies is important to note. That's why we(people from around the world) can write both Pro and Con...about Israel...on an Israeli paper something not tolerated by the Pals or any of Israel's neighbors. Since Israel is the only place in the immediate area where trite things like freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, you Murry minor things like that, exist.
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