fosforus, (edited )

Betteridge’s law.

When a country is at war, its laws tend to support that war effort over many other things. It doesn’t excuse everything of course, but limiting speech that supports the enemy in a war is an obvious thing to do. That of course doesn’t stop the enemy or the enemy’s supporters (like Al Jazeera here and I suppose many commenters here) from disliking such laws.

Fitik,

No it doesn't, unless you say that you can't support Palestine without supporting Hamas.

wheelie,

The country is full of phony laws so one can be powerful over the other. Just look at the property theft being made out to be a real estate dispute. Not a civil society like the west.

A_A,
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Why … but of course.
Fanatics, and in this case religious fanatics, knows no boundaries.

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