January 30, 2009

Law catching up on zionist war crimes suspects

From Ynet:
National Infrastructure Minister and former Defense Minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and former IAF and IDF Chief of Staff Dan Halutz may face criminal charges in Spain for killing Palestinian civilians seven years ago.

A Spanish court granted a petition by the Palestinian Center for Human Rights on Thursday, asking the two be investigated for alleged "crimes against humanity" for their involvement in the 2002 assassination of Hamas operative Salah Shehade. Fourteen civilians were killed in the incident and about 100 more were injured.

You see? Fourteen civilians were killed according to Ynet. So why did Ehud Barak call the victims "terrorists"
"Those who call the killing of terrorists 'a crime against humanity' are living in an upside-down world," said Defense Minister Ehud Barak. He called the Spanish announcement "delusional"?
And also, with a possible trial on the way, why did he admit to killing people? Funny bloke, unless he knows something. Maybe they have friends in the Spanish police like that Almog chap had friends in the British police.


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