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Monday, November 22, 2010

Published List Of 200 Israeli War Criminals.

This post's info, as well as its title, is lifted directly from the opening post of a thread started by the member known as gem_man at the AboveTopSecret Middle East Issues forum. Read the thread and contribute your thoughts, or not, as you see fit.

The site where the list is published is linked below.

I just feel the real terrorists simply must be stopped, or they will be starting WWIII post haste. Or, it's perhaps more likely that they'll be getting us to do it for them.

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"The following information was received anonymously; presumably from a member of the Israeli Military. It was presented as follows:

Underlining the following people is an act of retribution and affront. They are the direct perpetrators, agents for the state of Israel that in Dec. - Jan. 2008 - 2009 attacked scores of people in the besieged Gaza. The people listed here held positions of command at the time of the attack therefore not only did they perform on behalf of a murderous state mechanism but actively encouraged other people to do the same. They bear a distinctive personal responsibility. They range from low-level field commanders to the highest echelons of the Israeli army. All took an active and direct role in the offensive."

This list is fairly comprehensive giving the date of birth and address of each suspected war criminal. Israel has acted quickly to get this list off as many of the sites as they can. Apparently this list was actually made by someone in the Israeli military and sent out via the internet.

Since there is no statute of limitations for war crimes these people will be subject to arrest and prosecution as long as they live. Just as German war criminals were hunted down and brought to justice, these Israeli war criminals should also have their day in court.



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