05 January 2010


Anyone notice a theme here?
Well, the cowardly War criminals are running from the law again. Israel, the “only” democracy in the Middle East, well, then there is Palestine, but they don’t like to talk about THAT democratic election, Never mind, back to the criminals. They have cancelled a visit to Britain for fear of arrest. Because this “so called” democracy in fact does not respect the law at all, and prefers to break it every chance they get. And then arm twist, bribe and pay off countries and governments to protect them from the Law everyone else has to abide by. Hence, Israel’s current answer is not to abide by the law, but change it for the protection of criminals.
link The Israeli military has cancelled a visit by a team of its officers to Britain over fears that they risked arrest on possible war crimes charges.

It is the latest case in which high-profile Israeli politicians or army officers have pulled out of visits to Britain for fear of arrest over war crimes allegations under laws of universal jurisdiction.

Israeli leaders have grown increasingly frustrated about the threat of legal action against individuals and are pressing the British government to change the law.

According to the Israeli paper Yedioth Ahronoth, Israeli officials feared possible arrest warrants and contacted British authorities to demand a guarantee that the officers would not be arrested.

Last week, British officials, reportedly, said they could offer no such guarantee and the Israeli military promptly cancelled the visit. The Israel Defence Force declined to comment.
Good, remain in your self made prison, until such time as you can join the human race.


Irish4Palestine said...

@ zionist nutter

London is a big city, don't you have anything better to do than keep spamming zionist comments on this blog, go play in traffic.

Anonymous said...

This is wonderful news. Each little incident is a complete victory in my mind!
And its adding up. LMAO! Seriously.

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