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The clip features a Supreme Court Justice in an elaborate judge's wig, against a background of destroyed Jewish homes, singing, 'The Jews are building too much.'
To sum up: cynicism is a common trait among politicians, but cynicism while your own hands are stained with the blood of your victim… that's special.
'It is inconceivable that we ourselves provide subsidized manpower to organizations that work on behalf of foreign interests, depict Israel as a war criminal, protect mega-terrorists, and slander IDF soldiers.'
Sabeel spokespeople, particularly founder Ateek, disparage Judaism as “tribal,” “primitive,” and “exclusionary,” while contrasting this to Christianity’s “universalism” and “inclusiveness.”
"Where were B’tselem, Human Rights Watch and the rest of the groups that are normally so concerned with Palestinian rights?”
There is nothing B’Tselem would like more than a binding Security Council resolution that imposes unfavorable terms on Israel, satisfying B’Tselem’s political vision.
B’tselem is not a human rights organization but a politically partisan group for which “human rights” are a pretext for advancing its radical political agenda—Israeli withdrawal
Prime Minister Netanyahu has previously contacted the Attorney General on the matter, and the latter said the law needs to be amended to exclude the anti-Zionist NGO.
The meeting was called by member states Egypt, Venezuela, Malaysia, Senegal and Angola, and was pushed by the PA delegation.
The leftist B'Tselem group is set to address the UN Security Council on the issue of Israeli settlement in Judea and Samaria.
"The court will rule on the severity of his action," says the subheadline on the cover, "but there's no doubt that the single bullet he shot at the terrorist ignited the stormiest debate in Israel's society this year."
Being a British person, host Mendoza did not have the DNA to conclude Monday's encounter with a rubber bullet to the guest's leg
The loud and clear statement from the Defense Minister that he will back his soldiers rather than sic lawyers at them will likely go a long way to improve IDF morale.
The leftover money will go to a fund for future cases in which IDF soldiers are taken to court by their own army.
When Azaria's attorneys asked Naaman in court which of his testimonies they should go with, did the terrorist move, didn't he, the key witness answered, "Now I don't recall exactly."
This is a do or die case for the military prosecution, which has taken its share of lumps so far.
But the prosecution is going for broke, and have even conscripted a top attorney, Nadav Weissman, to litigate for them.
Minister Bennet twitted that the deputy chief of staff made a mistake and he must correct it "One minute before the Holocaust deniers turn these erroneous words into a flag."