A new low for Israel, how was it possible? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Roger Bannister
    • 21.05.06 | 14:12 (IDT)

    'The curse of the occupation is a court that refrains from taking a stand on settlements/targeted assassinations/mass demolition/torture', thus allowing for it to continue... cheered on by a racists population. It is interesting to read that 89% of Israeli Jews feel proud to be an Israeli, when you should all be ashamed for what this "Supreme" court has become- a "White Washer" of war crimes and filth. Without a Constitution the Basic Law is what should guide and look what your own Supreme Court is at. A new low even for Israel, how was it possible?

    from the article: Barak's mail to Yale
    First published 00:00 21.05.06 | Last updated 00:00 21.05.06
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