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Israel: a Government of Law or Servant of the Settlement Movement?

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Israel’s High Court has rightly been hailed as a beacon of justice in the Middle East. However the court and the state have recently been in conflict over two important matters, first the routing of the fence or security barrier and second illegal settlement construction. Israel is now at a turning point and in the balance is whether the law or the movement for a greater Israel carries more weight.
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