Dr. Nachman, Could you please clarify, as I don't think it is obvious after reading the article, which of those points you defend, whether Israeli government a) has not abused human rights whatsoever b) has abused human rights, but it's unfair or immoral to impose economic sanctions in order to persuade change of the status quo, c) has abused human rights and it's fair to impose economic sanctions in order to persuade change of status quo, but it's immoral that these sanctions are imposed by entities at least equally abusing human rights.
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Clashes between IDF and Palestinians in Joseph's Tomb after Jews pray at site; none hurt (Haaretz)
from the article: Israel right to say 'Enough!' to grotesquely biased UNHRC inquiry