I completely agree in everything said. Most of all about the political will to prosecute rabbis! While I might accept some political involvement about someone being in custody or restricted to home. Not opening a case for a blatant encitement, if it were for political reason, shows dependence of the judicial system to the political one. Can anyone open a case against the Prosecution for not opening a case against the old man for racial incitement, in the High court? Anyone?
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Iran's Khamenei condemns Paris attacks, calls it 'blind terrorism' (AP)
from the article: Rabbis can apparently say whatever they want