"No Justice, No Peace" is a routine slogan, but in reality those who demand perfect, exact justice are those who oppose peace. The Jewish character in Shakespeare's "Merchant of Venice" demands his "pound of flesh," because he wants to destroy his enemy -- not because he has any use for the pound of flesh. Demanding a "just peace" -- whatever that's supposed to be, however that would be determined -- is the same as postponing peace. Probably indefinitely. Those who truly want peace definitely do _not_ want "justice." They make _peace_ the first priority.
Supreme Court rejects plea for freeze on expansion of asylum seekers' detention (Haaretz)
from the article: A new consensus