designed to ensure safety and order in a community, that Great Torah figures are immunized from that body of law. For that matter, where does it say in the Torah that an individual who otherwise has fidelity to the Torah, may violate its central tenants and be immunized from the rule of law? I'm delighted that the Jewish state takes this very seriously. Arabs should take a lead from Israel's conduct with their miscreants. We would all be better off.
Law expanding definition of terrorist activity passes first Knesset reading (Haaretz)