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Israel: Breaking the law is the rule and not the exception

August 16, 2010

The following commentary is reprinted with permission from Yemen Times, Sana’a.

Israel:  Breaking the law is the rule and not the exception
©  Yemen Times
By Hassan Al-Haifi
August 16, 2010

If there is any country in the world that has enjoyed full immunity from due process and from accountability for crimes committed, it is Israel. Of course, it is needless to say that a state with the dubious and suspicious foundations for its very existence can never hope on enjoying peace and quiet. Israel’s founding came at the cost of the inhumane and criminal removal of the indigenous population of Palestine for millennia and Israel’s continuity can only be guaranteed by a regime that must continue to violate every human right and every international law and convention, just so it can assure its vagrant settlers that it can guarantee for them eternal statehood based on wishy washy mythological contentions that they are only carrying out “God’s” promise.

Never mind that this kind of arrogant view of the justice of the Al-Mighty would certainly render the belief in Him subject to many questions by the vast majority of faithful believers. Most worshippers of God know for sure that God is much fairer and equitable in his outlook on all of His Creation and that there is no special favor bestowed on any ethnicity, except by the level of their obedience to his Commandments, of which the Zionist state is the most notorious violator.

There is no reason to believe that there is any Heavenly blessing to all the crimes that the Zionist regime has inflicted in the Holy Land. There is also no reason to believe that Israel should enjoy full immunity from crimes it commits, whether in the Mediterranean (sinking of the USS Liberty in June 8, 1967 by the Israeli Offense Forces, in which Israel has yet to answer to the killing of 34 U.S. crew members), the Turkish humanitarian aid vessel, Mavi Marmara, etc., abducted by the Israelis after killing 9 Turkish crewmembers and passengers earlier this year, or in Dubai in one of the most bizarre murder acts ever carried out in history.

It is sad that the Federal Republic of Germany had to bow to the pressure of the International Zionist Establishment and their supporters in the United States and elsewhere and release criminals, even if its own laws and sovereignty are violated and dubious citizens carry out irresponsible acts that are in collusion with a criminal Zionist security apparatus. Moreover, it is sad that Germany had to waste all that time and effort to get Uri Brodsky, who helped secure at least one German passport for members of the gang that carried out the killing of a former Hamas leader in Dubai, extradited from Poland. They should have at least finished investigating the circumstances surrounding the violation of their own national documentation statutes and perhaps can enlighten the world on some of the demonic workings of the Mossad (The Israeli KGB), whose filthy crimes have trespassed all borders and violated all human rights including those of its own citizens (the nuclear scientist Mordechai Vanunu, who was subsequently lured to Italy by a Mossad spy, where he was drugged and kidnapped by Israeli intelligence agents. He was transported to Israel and ultimately convicted in a trial that was held behind closed doors. Italy has yet to explain how its sovereignty could easily be compromised).

It is also amazing how the Zionist Establishment has such arm twisting leverage even against independent minded states like Germany (Belgium, Great Britain etc.) and then succumb to the arm twisting tactics that sovereign even when it comes to enforcing their own laws and civil rights. With this arm twisting and blackmail or bully tactics, Israel can just about get all it wants from great powers like the United Kingdom and even the United States, especially when avoiding any legal actions against Israeli agents or political leaders. Among the examples of such spoiled child’s treatment is the case of the Summons on Ariel Sharon by a Belgian Court to answer to alleged charges of Genocide.

Ariel Sharon is the former Israeli Prime Minister, who has been responsible for the killing of thousands of civilian Palestinians and Lebanese and whom and who was even the subject of protest marches by his own citizens when 400,000 Israelis demonstrated against the former Defense Minister after the Sabra and Shatila massacres engineered and supervised by Sharon himself, in which some 2,000 unarmed sleeping Palestinian men, women and children were massacred in Beirut in 1982 see Sabra & Shatilla: The Legacy of Ariel Sharon. By Robert Fisk From The UK Independent.

But then, even if CNN correspondents like Ben Weiderman of CNN (who was shot in the stomach by the Israeli Offense Forces in July 2006 in Gaza while standing against a lamppost), CNN would still succumb to the arm twisting tactics of the Israeli lobby and fire one of its most distinguished correspondents and reporters for expressing a harmless opinion of respect for a highly revered religious scholar, who passed away recently in Lebanon.

The world in a sense has given Israel the right to kill civilians by the hundreds, imprison, destroy, confiscate, murder, forge, steal, trespass, possess WMD, but watch out if any one dares to bring any Israeli or Israeli agents to justice for any crimes against humanity or even jaywalking.


Hassan Al-Haifi has been a Yemeni political economist and journalist for more than 20 years. He is a regularly featured columnist at Yemen Times. His blog is http://com-senfromyem.blogspot.com.

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