The Israeli supreme court disqualified a law which gives the country immunity within its own courts from law suits by casualties on the Arab side during a time of war. Makes sense, doesn't it?
How do you call a supreme court which takes it upon itself to disqualify laws legislated by the parliament in a country which does not have a constitution? Is this a democracy or the rule of self imposing far left ideologues who hate their own country? One cannot even compare this to the US supreme court ruling against the tribunals in Gitmo, at least the US court can rely on a constitution whereas the Israeli court relies on air.