Benn seems to be missing an important point in his analysis. Hezbollah was effective in bringing about the Israeli withdrawal from southern Lebanon. They now control the south of the country and have complete freedom of movement and have the ability to procure arms so that there is something to which the "one law one weapon" rule can be applied. This is not the case in Palestine where there is still occupation. Where Israel continues its divide and rule policy of undermining one group while fighting the other, all which go for making a chaotic and unstable environment. Israel simply does not want a "one law one weapon" policy in the West Bank because they have no intention of withdrawing from their colony blocs with 85% of their colonists who will remain in place. This is a very different situation from Lebanon.
Thousands protest outlawing of Islamic Movement in Umm al-Fahm in northern Israel (Haaretz)
from the article: We need a Nasrallah
A Palestinian teen who tried to stab an Israeli woman in the West Bank was run over and shot to death. Her father, imam of the refugee camp where she grew up, says his daughter was 'responding to the occupation.'04:30 28.11.15 | 1 comments