Justice Miriam Naor retires as Supreme Court President with controversial ruling
Justice Miriam Naor handed down a landmark ruling at her retirement ceremony as President of the Supreme Court on Thursday. It allowed Tel Aviv’s grocery stores to remain open on Shabbat, after ten years of legal contention. “The ruling is based on live and let live,” Naor intoned marking the end of her three-year term.
She then handed the Supreme Court’s presidential seat to the senior justice, Esther Hayut.
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The PM, wants the Arabs to recognize us as a JEWISH NATION. The laws of Judaism, were given us on Har Sinai,3350 years, ago. If Naor, does not believe in Judaism, that is her business, but should not be the business of a JEWISH NATION.
Judaism is a template fastened onto the Torah. The Torah is contrary to the Talmud. The laws, statutes, ordinances, judgements, commandments, and all other legal tools have been used with crooked weights upon the scales of what is just… The law in it’s entirety, is a dead law… There is no temple… Time to wake up… And to stop playing religion… Besides. Before Messiah comes most of Israel is destroyed. God has rejected most of the people here… Just read what’s coming… Or just wait and see…
It’s not only matter of Judaism, since Chiefs Justice in many free countries supersede the Laws as she did. Imagine : “The ruling is based on LIVE AND LET LIVE” — With such generalities, fads, crazes, one may supersede about any rule, and so deconstruct any society. Besides, a hanfull of Juges may so supersede the gouvernment, the parliament and the constituents !
One enemy of the people is Out and another In