No justice done for Jews, for a number of reasons.
1.) The court's ruling is according to "Democratic Republic of Israel" law, not Torah Law. According to Torah, these buildings to be demolished are legal.
2.) Torah Law is binding for Jews, especially in Eretz Israel. The Democratic Republic of Israel is in Eretz Israel.
3.) Even if these buildings are considered illegal according civil law, for each and every one of them there are hundreds if not thousands of illegal Arab sites.
4.) Attempting to enforce the law only on property belonging to Jews can be perceived as racist and anti-Semitic.
5.) There are no permits issued for Jews, therefore there is no legal alternative for Jewish construction. These conditions are not typical of a "Jewish" state, but rather of Jew-hating, historical European states.
6.) Let's not forget that pogroms were carried out in name of the law too and that Hi**er was elected democratically.
7.) Holding the law and state-power against Jews selectively is not new and brings back memories of dark times.
8.) One does not understand why, and the religious public does not approve of, the secular ruling Israeli establishment's refusal to show respect towards religious Jewish values and sensibilities.
9.) All in all it seems that Israel is the only country in the world today that moves its state powers against Jews selectively. This is a worrisome development and surely has nothing to do with the letter and the spirit of the Declaration of Independence that, read today, appears an extreme-rightist document.
- This is an unpublished talkback on "Court criticizes State over illegal outposts" and copies of it are sent to Justice Beinish and PM. Netanyahu
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