'The prison walls don't keep out the change underway today in society about breaking the silence of sexual assault victims,' says therapy group leader Tamar Krock-Zamir.16:16 29.04.16 | 0 comments
What you say is true for countries of laws. However, the WB is not a country of laws. It is more like the American West of the late 1800s. Essentially the law is established by whoever is the best shot. Everyone including you rejoiced when the Rabbi was shot. The Brigades bragged, Abbas approved. But if the rabbi was your own brother, you would have grabbed a rifle, stormed into town, and did the deed yourself. Maybe when Abbas gets off his arse, sits down and establishes his state, there can be law and order in the WB.