Thursday, January 27, 2011

Why Some People Don't Appreciate Israel High Court of Justice

My Right Word


High Court delayed work on gap in West Bank fence which terror cell used to enter Israel

The gap in the separation fence in the Hebron Hills area, through which the terror squad uncovered yesterday apparently entered, is the the largest gap to adjoin a residential area. The hole extends for about 12 kilometers, from southern Jerusalem to the village of Jaba, south of the Gush Etzion settlement bloc. The delay in building the fence in this area apparently stems from a petition to the High Court of Justice. But Shaul Arieli, an expert on the fence from the Council for Peace and Security, claims that were the state determined to build the fence in this area, it could do so without any problem.

This is carrying the law to its extreme.

Or its militancy.

We can't say "terror", can we?

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