Q: As far as this dog incident is concerned, remember one thing. Those involved are anti Zionist Neturei Karta.
GA: To start with, I am not so sure that this is indeed the case. As far as I am aware it was Jerusalem Rabbinical court. Also, being an anti Zionist is just one aspect of ethical thinking.
Q: The Rabbinical Court followed a system of learning, rather than a blind primitive superstition.
GA: The idea that a Judaic judgement process was involved in a decision to stone a dog actually makes the rabbinical ruling far more sinister.
Please note how the Zio tries to blame the NK (fervently anti-Zionist activist rabbis), and when exposed by Gilad (s)he then makes the astonishing statement in defense of the ruling.
This is one person, and it is always wrong to generalize, but the casuistry necessary to convince oneself that the inanities of other people's cultures are "blind, primitive superstition," and the inanities of one's own are a "system of learning" is a leitmotiv not only of Zionist ideology but of all Fascist thought. Without this particular strain of cognitive dissonance, much of the horrors of the last century would not have been possible, including those suffered by the Palestinians at the hands of the Zionists.