לוגו קהלת אנגליתSVG (1)
Search
Close this search box.

The Attorney General’s double standard

Two recent notable events raise questions about the policy of the Attorney General. It seems sometimes that ‘in the AG’s eyes’ blood libels against IDF soldiers are tolerable while sharp criticism from right wing – religious circles against senior officers must be silenced. Two recent notable events raise questions about the policy of the Attorney General who is responsible for enforcing the law. The first story, starting almost adecade ago, is the Elitzur Segal case: In 2004, Segal published an article online including terrible things and threats towards a senior civil servant. The second story: Right after defeating Segal’s appeal, the Attorney General objected to the proposal to amend the Defamation law and allow Israeli soldiers to sue anyone publishing a libel on the IDF’s operational activities. It seems sometimes that in the Attorney – General’s eyes blood libels against IDF soldiers are tolerable while sharp criticism from right wing – religious circles against senior officers must be silenced To the full article in Hebrew

I removed from here a Loop Grid called  Type Posts and Template called Elementor  Loop Writer – small template.

Advanced query options: dynamic related posts

Adv. Ariel Erlich

תוכן נוסף

More

Accessibility Toolbar