Israeli prosecutors will explain to the High Court of Justice on Monday why it's hard to protect two elderly people from attacks by young Jews.
The Israel Defense Forces and the Israeli police in the West Bank will continue trying to convince the High Court of Justice on Monday that the routine of fear in which two elderly farmers live due to attacks by settlers is reasonable and proportionate.
I don't know what the actual argument is, but it's either along the lines of we can't protect people against the settlers, or else that we shouldn't have to. Both are damning against the government. I don't think the High Court will accept any of it.