An Israeli judge claims activists who oppose house demolitions - and not those who demolish them - are the perpetrators of violence. The Israeli court system was, for a long time, the most successful fig leaf of the only Jewish state in the Middle East. Now it has gone diving into the Hasbara morass. After "diplomatic terrorism" (opposing Israel in the world, a phrase favored by our foreign minister) and "economic terrorism" (boycotting settlements) we now have the District Court of Haifa blaming (Hebrew) the ISM organization of being "practically violent," even though the court admits it had nothing to do with…Read More... | 32 Comments
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Resource: Two legal systems — discrimination under military occupation http://t.co/QdxOqi6Tw5 by @acri_online
.@JohnKerry’s confusing non-interference in #IsraElex http://t.co/1i37SxD7Et
Judges aren't cogs in the occupation, they're the oil that keeps it going http://t.co/Rj21Zh9ZYf by @Ha_Matar
Court sends ‘price tag’ settlers to prison, but @MikeOmerMan warns against violating rights to get convictions http://t.co/ynimmJ8zVQ
RT @lisang: If law against entering Area A without army permission were enforced, I and pretty much everyone I know would be jailbirds.