A right is a reason that stands the test of impartial consideration. The raison d-etre of Israel is the constitutional claim that there is no such test. So it can do anything it wants, and nobody else can do anything. This makes an Israeli, even a Palestinian Israeli, nothing but a sycophant: "I believe it because it is absurd": who kills people. Not in Torah or Talmud, no, you need to look in Shakespeare to find such a mockery of a travesty of a sham (Macbeth, Act IV, Scene ii, Woody's speech to Gwen) of a community.