Courtroom battle

By AARON LEIBEL
May 4, 2017 10:59

Larry Goldstein takes a look at how Israel fights via ‘lawfare.’

3 minute read.



Gavel

Gavel [Illustrative]. (photo credit: INIMAGE)

War used to be a relatively straightforward affair.

One army representing one country – or several armies representing allied nations – fought other armies on the battlefield. The soldiers wore uniforms and used bows and arrows and spears or rifles and tanks. One army tried to destroy the other, or at least force it to give up its positions on the battlefield. That was called “symmetric warfare,” author Larry Goldstein explains in A Table Against Mine Enemies: Israel on the Lawfare Front.

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