The Israeli supreme court disqualified a law which gives the country immunity within its own courts from law suits by casualties on the Arab side during a time of war. Makes sense, doesn't it?
How do you call a supreme court which takes it upon itself to disqualify laws legislated by the parliament in a country which does not have a constitution? Is this a democracy or the rule of self imposing far left ideologues who hate their own country? One cannot even compare this to the US supreme court ruling against the tribunals in Gitmo, at least the US court can rely on a constitution whereas the Israeli court relies on air.
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
This week a pro Israel speaker - Brigitte Gabriel - was lecturing on University of Michigan's campus, contrary to predictions there were no incidents. This is a very good surprise but I did not think that under the cold and snowy weather that existed on that day we should have expected the anti-Semites to abandon their hash smoking or hate mongering caves. There is however no reason to think they do not live in or around Ann Arbor as we have seen them protesting against Jewish or Israeli holidays gathering in the near past.
at 9:51 AM
Saturday, December 02, 2006
It is well known that Hezbollah invests in planned propaganda and does its best to manipulate the western media. That is why I am guessing that the theatrical presentation of "peaceful terrorist democratic protesters" is nothing more than a staged show where behind the scenes a very violent and sinister process is taking place. Do not be surprised to hear of direct threats at family members of Christian and Duruz leaders.
at 5:34 PM