As long as Israel is STILL breaking International Law, it's actually reasonable that valid criticism continue. A naughty child is either chastised until they behave or else they are punished. One of the basic lessons of life. That Israel is breaking the law is without any doubt and clearly shown by the 223 UNSC resolutions, (most of which are only reminders) against Israel's illegal activities. The Laws and the convictions still stand, only punishment has been prevented by the US veto vote in the UNSC, which of course does not negate the law or Israel's obligations to it. So it quite is valid to continue to be critical of the youngster, until it's life lesson's are learned, for it's own sake. The folk who're only calling for Israel to respect the law, are being vilified by those who support Israel's criminal activities. One might be forgiven for presuming that the latter are willing to break the basic tenets of Judaism. As such they're wrong by every rule in The Book.
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from the article: Response / On 'exorcising' Israel bashers from the Jewish mainstream