Justice is done

Posted: October 19th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: In the News | Tags: | 3 Comments »

If you read Hebrew, you must check out this post: a hearing in the Supreme Court shows how the investigation of an accidental death of a ten years old girl – on her way to buy a candy – looks likes today.

It’s all the story of Israeli justice and the Palestinians in a nutshell: A girl is killed without any reason. The army doesn’t bother to investigate and the case is closed. The family then files a petition to re-open the case – but now the state answers that this would hurt the defendants’ rights, since there was no serious investigation on the scene.

And we don’t hurt defenders rights. After all, this is a democracy.

3 Comments on “Justice is done”

  1. 1 Craig said at 9:27 am on October 19th, 2009:

    And of course, since Israel is not a racist apartheid state, the case would have been handled EXACTLY THE SAME if it had been a little Jewish girl accidentally killed by a Palestinian. Right?

  2. 2 Lisa Goldman said at 10:40 pm on October 19th, 2009:

    Craig, Noam already made your point very clearly – just without the Red Army Faction terminology.

  3. 3 diaa said at 4:29 am on October 20th, 2009:

    any way of obtaining a translation of the original story?