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Obtaining Justice in an Extrajudicial Setting - Selective Enforcement

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 27, 2020 at 16:08

One of the things apparently suffering beyond certain rational controls in this pandemic environment is/are perceptions of certain inequalities, dependent on who was/were the inquisitor(s) making the demand. A civil approach is no longer viewed as requisite to making such allegations and in the state making venue being considered in Israel, Samaria and Judea, such prerequisites are now considered as inconsequential, the venomous attitudes towards Israel being dictated by entities that have no regard for the rights of a sovereign Israel, especially a Jewish Israel. As discussed elsewhere in other forums, Israel's vindication will be imported when all persecution of Jewish rights are judicially dismissed and Jerusalem is finally at peace in the center of her own kingdom.

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