Thursday, August 7, 2014

Help Israel avoid war crimes charges,' Netanyahu urges US lawmakers

Netanyahu urged visiting Congressmen to summon their powers in assisting Israeli officials who wish to avoid trial by ICC, according to 'New York Post.'

PM Binyamin Netanyahu speaks to foreign press about Operation Protective Edge Photo: GPO
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu appealed to American legislators to help Israel stave off what is likely to be a concerted global push to haul the country’s military and political leaders to international courts for alleged war crimes committed in Gaza, The New York Post reported on Thursday.
According to the Post, during a meeting on Wednesday with members of Congress who are visiting Israel as guests of AIPAC, Netanyahu urged the American representatives to summon their powers in assisting Israeli officials who wish to avoid trial by the International Criminal Court in The Hague


  1. I would love to see Nut and Yahoo swinging from a rope along with some of his henchmen here in the US. What a great day for humanity that would be.

  2. Write your POS official a hole and let them know we are on to their war crimes ... Sample letter ...

    Dear Representative or Senator,
    U.S. law requires that "no security assistance may be provided to any country the government of which engages in a consistent pattern of gross violations of internationally recognized human rights." Israel most certainly is guilty of this consistent pattern, and has been for many years. I demand that my government adhere to the rule of law and cut all U.S. military aid to Israel.
    You are legally required to impose an arms embargo against Israel because U.S. shipment of arms to Israel is in strict violation of the Leahy law. Senator Patrick Leahy has brought this up in specific cases, and the major human rights organizations (Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch) have done so as well.