Monday, April 1, 2013
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Charges has been filed against Guy Shamir, and Judge Ayelet Hoch-Tal has decided that Guy will remain under arrest until the end of his trial, without any possibility of bail. Guy is not a Criminal. He is a social activist and a pretty smart dude, not the kind of men u would usaully find in Prison. Guy's attorney Raz Misgav, has filled a motion to the Israeli Supreme Court, for an immidiate release of his client. Guy's attorney insisted that Guy would never get a fair trial since Judge Hoch-Tal on his criminal case works together at the same Haifa Court with Judge Alon. Judge Alon had been a key witness for the prosecution.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
A common complaint by women is that "men are not connected to their feelings". This complaint is of course invalid and misandrist. Men DO have feelings, but sometimes they choose different ways to express them, and this is something that those women cannot understand. So it isn't that men don't have feelings, it is the limitations of women that are not capable of understanding men. As always, they would blame men for everything, regadrless of the facts.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
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Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Israeli Feminist organizations have sucessfully de-railed a legislation that would hold female rapists criminally accountable. Under the current definition of Rape in the Israeli criminal law, Rape is a male-only offense. Meaning, that it is impossible for a woman to be a rapist, no matter what she does.
Sunday, March 7, 2010
A New Research by Nirit Toshav-Eichner from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem shows that women are more likely than men to fire other pregnant women.
Saturday, February 27, 2010
Women cannot be rapists. This is not only a feminist agenda, but a hard legal fact in the Israeli Criminal Law, which defines rape as a male only offense. Say a 40 years old women, who works as a school teacher, seduces its 13 years old pupil, it might be impossible to file criminal charges against her. She might lose her job, but legally there is no much you can do about it.