The state is not sacrosanct and neither the head of a state, can take absolute power. Any rights of rulers of specially a Jewish state have limits even in the Torah. There are rules for kings and rulers.
3. courts and lawmakers
If courts and lawmakers have their role is it possible that all of them equally go against the truth. Israel must decide whether it wants to be a fortified military state or it will be democratic state .
4. # 1
Because it's a democratic bandwagon.
I do realise that such a concept is somewhat alien to you however.
Mike Carmel ,
Rishon le Zion
5. Another case of gag order
Why the same "lawmakers" don't rise similar questions regarding another Israeli citizen: Jonathan Pollard?
The radical right has been looking for ways to eliminate their political opponents inthe Knesset for the last three years that they have been in power. This just shows that even the security services don't agree with them on this issue.