The NGO Gisha had reason to believe, some ten days ago, that it won a small victory: The High Court of Justice, which couldn't stomach the tricks of the security apparatus any longer, ordered it to explain why it rejects requests by four female students from Gaza to move to the West Bank to study there (we covered the case of a fifth student here). The HCJ rarely does that; when it does, it is generally a hint that the policy defended by the government is highly unreasonable. The problem is the policy of the IDF, practiced with various degrees of…Read More... | 1 Comment
the credibility gap
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The victors of the Gaza war were also the losers, writes @TalalJabari - http://t.co/mmWEp1UqyK
Have the Palestinians delivered an ultimatum to end the occupation? http://t.co/4nHlk8ToRN. +972's @nsheizaf and @dahliasc saw it coming.
Everyone lost in the Gaza war, but some lost more than others http://t.co/mmWEp1UqyK - by @TalalJabari
War is the new system of governance: http://t.co/PJVREtJAu3 by @nsheizaf
The Palestinians deliver a diplomatic surprise to Israel: http://t.co/wCrSxfmhbH by @dahliasc