Will the Dubai hit increase Israel's global isolation? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Hugh
    • 26.02.10 | 04:29 (IST)

    I'm sure that the censors will not allow my comment to be posted, but I shall try anyway. Israel's isolation is not increased by the Dubai hit, but rather by Israeli thinking. Ha'aretz is symptomatic of this. The editorial is not concerned with an extrajudicial killing in a sovereign country, but only with the impact of its incompetence in making future illegal operations more difficult. Israel appears to have no concept of the rule of law. This is what is isolating it from civilized nations.

    from the article: Will the Dubai hit increase Israel's global isolation?
    First published 01:57 26.02.10 | Last updated 07:12 26.02.10
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