As i read it, your reply is based on two theologically questionable points: 1. The circumstances make what is otherwise a theologically wrong OK. If it's wrong, you shouldn't do it, regardless of the circumstances. 2. You feel the fact that others doing even worse things excuse your doing wrong. What you do is right or wrong regardless of anyone else's actions.
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from the article: Judaism’s enemy No. 1: Moral complacency among religious Zionists