it is just a fact that sovereignty trumps free will in certain areas such as
immigration policy is a fundamental element of sovereignty.
sovereign states would disappear if foreigners could enter at will
and refuse to leave.
the consequence would be chaos and anarchy.
it is a generally accepted principle among developed nations
that citizens can leave their state or any state, but they
cannot enter any sovereign state without that state's permission.
the ethos that rubinstein alludes to cannot apply in a modern
nation state of very limited territory and resources, which
precisely has as its major function to be a jewish state
for the ingathering of the exiles.
these judges are unelected, and indeed, self elected. they
do not represent the citizens of the state. hence, it is
ironic that naor speaks so glibly of the free will of foreigners.