b: "Sadly, most of the defenses offered by those backing (cheering for?) Israel breaking laws mistakenly believe that the 'everyone else was speeding' defense is a valid defense. It isn`t." Note that Cipora isn't just insisting that "everyone else was speeding" is a valid defense against the laying of charges. No, she goes far beyond that. She is insisting that because "everyone else was speeding" then THERE CAN BE NO LAW AGAINST SPEEDING. She simply can not distinguish between "laws" and "law enforcement". The only question is wether that is due to a lack of scruples, or a lack of grey matter...
Israeli troops shoot, injure Palestinian crossing Gaza border fence (Haaretz)
from the article: IDF legal official: Israel should probe Goldstone Gaza report