At the end of the Rebellion when Homura stops the Law of Cycles reclaiming Madoka she asks her if laws or desires are more important to which Madoka says that Laws are more important and it's bad to break them for your own sake which leads Homura to think that one day they will be enemies (as she broke the Law of Cycles)

However in Episode 12/Eternal, Madoka's wish is

I want to erase all witches before they are even born. I will erase every single witch in every universe, past and future with my own hands...I don't care what you call it. All those magical girls who held onto their hopes and fought against witches I don't want to see them cry. I want them to stay smiling until the end. If any rule or law stands in my way I will destroy it. I will rewrite it. That is my prayer. That is my wish. Now grant it, Incubator!

Source: Madoka Kaname > Wish (last point)

Since Madoka's wish was to destroy and rewrite any law that gets in her way, is she being a hypocrite when she is saying laws are more important and you shouldn't break them in Rebellion?

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