Discovering, archiving, and disseminating knowledge regarding abuse of the People by governments and corporations in the Medieval Digital Era//
גילוי, ארכיבאות, והפצת מידע על התעללות בציבור על ידי ממשלות ותאגידים בימי הביניים הדיגיטליים
Yes, the FBI was spying on the Muslim community in Southern California and, yes, it lied to a federal judge about the existence of documents relevant to a case regarding that surveillance.
But, no, the FBI shouldn’t be sanctioned for its behavior.
That was the ruling by the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which disagreed with U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney, who ordered the government in 2011 to pay court costs for those bringing suit on behalf of the Islamic Shura Council of Southern California, an umbrella organization of mosques and Muslim organizations that has operated in Southern California since 1995.
The civil liberties case before the District Court alleged that U.S. authorities illegally spied on mosques in 2006 and 2007. The FBI was accused of sending an undercover informant into several Orange County mosques as part of Operation Flex and may have collected information on hundreds of people. The FBI admitted that it used the informant, but demanded that the case be tossed for national security reasons.
Lawyers for the mosques demanded to see surveillance records on the plaintiffs. The FBI told the judge it had provided all the information within the scope of the plaintiffs’ original Freedom of Information Act request. That wasn’t true and an incensed Judge Carney sanctioned the FBI.
“The Government cannot, under any circumstance, affirmatively mislead the Court,” Judge Carney wrote.
But the Ninth Court of Appeals said that wasn’t true and reversed his ruling. You can, apparently lie to a judge if later on you admit you lied.
Workers in local eateries can make their own creations for lunch, dinner, etc. Here is a local Palestinian "Worker's Lunch" creation, as he desribed it: "Palestinian salad, Ashkenazi scarbbled egg with onions, and Russian bread"...
Occupy Tel Aviv Encampment, August 15 - Israeli media today again cite the UK Guardian, "IDF 8200 is the best technology school on earth". 
But the Human Rights Alert (NGO) report documents that Comsign, LTD, a private corporation, controled by 8200 veterans has unlawfully gained control over the electronic signature system of the State of Israel over the past decade. [2,3]
Such conditions have led to unprecedented corruption of the government of the State of Israel in general, and the justice system in particular.
The Human Rights Alert submission was incorporated in the official UN report on Human Rights in Israel (2013), with the note: "Lack of integrity in the electronic records of the supreme court, the district courts and the detainees courts in Israel". [5,4]
Such circumstances amount to undeclared regime change in the State of Israel over the past decade.
 The Best Tech School On Earth Is Israeli Army Unit 8200
* The Human Rights Alert (NGO) submission to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations was incorporated into the 2010 Periodic Review Report regarding Human Rights in the United States, with the note: "corruption of the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcement in California".
* The Human Rights Alert (NGO) submission to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations was incorporated into the 2013 Periodic Review Report regarding Human Rights in Israel, with the note: "lack of integrity of the electronic records of the Supreme Court, the district courts and the detainees courts in Israel."