Inicio NOTICIAS 11 May 2010 Summary of Editorials from the Hebrew Press

11 May 2010 Summary of Editorials from the Hebrew Press

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Ma’ariv asks, "Where is the boundary between expressing abominations and criminal offense? In Israel freedom of expression is almost unlimited." The author says that "Amir Mahoul presented himself in recent years at the far edge of domestic Arab political activists. In the criminal sphere, he is still innocent, unless proven otherwise. That does not make him innocent of malice or evil in the public realm. If someone says that he supports the Hamas regime, rocket fire on Israel, the dismantling of the State of Israel for the creation of a greater Palestinian state – there is suspicion that he will not only say, he will also do." The author concludes: "Therefore, if this person has crossed the line from hostile public activity to activity that harms state security, it will be no great surprise."

Yisrael Hayom contends that "The Palestinians see in the proximity talks the potential, or hope for confrontations between Israel and the US."
The Jerusalem Post deems the OECD resolution accepting Israel into its ranks an "economic vindication" of Israel’s economic achievements. The editor notes the irony of the timing of this event, which comes at a time when Europe, the heart of the OECD, is in economic disarray, and predicts that, despite Israel’s numerous internal and external challenges, "The big, prestigious OECD may even have a thing or two to learn from its latest member.
Haaretz claims that IDF segregation will bypass the High Court of Justice ruling allowing Palestinian traffic on Route 443, and declares that "The state must maintain the letter and spirit of the High Court’s rulings and not maintain separate road systems for Israelis and Palestinians in the occupied territories."

[Aviad Kleinberg, Ben-Dror Yemini, and Zalman Shoval wrote today’s articles in Yediot Aharonot, Ma’ariv and Yisrael Hayom, respectively.]

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