Nationalist activist Meir Ettinger had his administrative detention extended on Monday by an additional four months by Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon (Likud). He has been held since last August 3rd without trial, charges or evidence against him.
Monday also marked the 14th day of Ettinger's hunger strike, during which he has already lost consciousness once while protesting his draconian detention.
Read more: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/207370#.Vq_yGsZwXIU
During the January 28th State Department briefing, journalist Said questioned the spokesperson regarding a Palestinian journalist "in prison held under administrative detention by the Israelis. No charge has been leveled against him in any way. He’s on a hunger strike. He’s about to die, basically. And I wonder if you have – if you are concerned, if you would caution the Israelis to either bring charges against him or release him, and that they cannot continue to hold him. Do you have a position on that?"
Will the journalist bring up the same question regarding Meir Ettinger?
A petition to release him can be found here.
WND has an article titled Supremes set date to decide 'what is sin.'
It’s a case in which the U.S. government has been accused of claiming the authority to “determine what is in fact a sin.”
The critics, meanwhile, have accused the U.S. Supreme Court of tilting the playing field in advance.
But the Little Sisters of the Poor case against the Obamacare law is moving toward a resolution with the U.S. Supreme Court announcing arguments have been scheduled for March 23.
The nuns who run elder care centers worldwide are contesting the Obamacare requirement that their employee insurance plans cover abortion pills.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/01/supremes-set-date-to-decide-what-is-sin/#IZmta0a52CSlmMr5.99
The evening of March 23rd ushers in Purim, the holiday of "venahafochu" - everything is turned around. Foul is fair and fair is foul.