Almagor: Netanyahu's immoral politics have penetrated the High Court

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 13, 2013 13:15

 
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Terror victims' association Almagor responded angrily to the High Court of Justice's decision Tuesday to reject the organization's petition against the release of 26 Palestinian prisoners ahead of peace talks.

"The Supreme Court today closed the door before bereaved families and Jewish victims of terror - something it has not done to Palestinians," Almagor stated, listing the suspension of the building the security barrier and acquiescence to requests to stop certain interrogation and arrest procedures as examples of the court's bending to the will of the Palestinians.

Almagor added that the High Court had erased the status of the victims while granting protection to terrorists.

"The bereaved families see this as proof that the prime minister's immoral politics have penetrated the halls of the court."

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