Your argument, not mine: "if international law cannot be applied universally and predictably, then it is not law." That argument is *as* *nonsensical* with respect to international law as it is to domestic law. You can not seriously suggest that Israeli law is "universally and predictably applied", and if you do want to make that claim then you will be in a minority of precisely one. After all, asking "will he, won't he?" when the Israeli attorney general du jour mulls charging a fellow politician is a national pasttime, and for good reason.
Munich council upholds ban on Holocaust 'stumbling stone' memorials (AP)
from the article: IDF legal official: Israel should probe Goldstone Gaza report