05 October 2009

2nd Wanted Israeli Terrorist Runs From Law

Yet another criminal running from the law, just a common criminal, from a country of common criminals, who share a common criminal trait, running from the law. Wanted Israeli terrorist Strategic Affairs Minister Moshe Ya'alon was forced to cancel a trip to visit British Zionists due to possible arrest. Oh my goodness it's getting so hard to keep them all straight in my head, there are just so many of them.........This Zionist criminal is wanted for murdering 14 civilians in 2002, notice a pattern here folks? Soon they will all be prisoners in their little shitty patch of desert they call "Israel" Unable to leave for fear of arrest for their criminal ways. What a great way to live, in a big fat Zionist prison, the most hated country in the world. Yes, I'm smiling now, are you? Talk about irony here, they will be prisoners in their country like they have done to Palestinians in Gaza, how fitting. Only the difference will be that no one cares about them..............
Ya’alon cancels Britain trip over arrest fears

Strategic Affairs Minister Moshe Ya'alon was scheduled to attend a fund-raising dinner by the British Jewish National Fund on behalf of Benji's Home, for Israeli soldiers with no family in the country. But the Israeli Foreign Ministry's legal department advised Ya'alon that pro-Palestinian groups could ask a British court to have him arrested and put on trial for war crimes, specifically the assassination of a senior Hamas person in 2002, in which 14 civilians were killed.

Ya'alon served as chief of staff of the Israel Defense Forces at the time of the assassination. He left the post in 2005.

The Israeli legal team warned that despite his being a government minister, he likely would not be given diplomatic immunity. A lawsuit could be filed under the 1988 Criminal Justice Act, which gives courts in England and Wales universal jurisdiction in war crimes cases.

Ya'alon's spokesman announced the cancellation of the trip on Monday. (Tee Hee)

The cancellation comes less than a week after a British attorney filed a lawsuit against Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak on behalf of several Palestinian families who were victims of Israel's military offensive in Gaza, on suspicion of committing war crimes. source
Yup, enjoy serving your time in "Prison Israel" have a great day!