March 2010 – Yesterday the British government discussed the possibility of amending some laws in order to help protect Israeli war criminals, whose government forged British passports and used them to carry out the murder of a civilian in another country, Dubai, which country has diplomatic relations with Britain. The government is prepared to launch a proposal for amendments to the current law and pertaining to arrest of suspects in war crimes, in order to ensure that any Israeli official would not be subjected to arrest or detention during any of their visits to the United Kingdom. The ruling Labor Party members were notified that the amendments will be sent, today, to the “selected Justice Commission” and the government will start procedures to transform it into legislation after consultation with the Committee.
The discussion of the British government for amendments to their current law is a scandal and a disgraceful affront to the British justice system; especially as it comes some weeks after the Israeli (Mossad) death squad used fake British passports in the murder of Mohammad al-Mabhouh – a leader of Hamas in Dubai.
The British government’s move comes after Prime Minister Gordon Brown promised the Israeli war criminals that he would change his country’s laws in order to protect the Israeli war criminal “officials” during their visits to the UK, and to prevent other, ostensibly the politically-motivated campaign groups, from securing arrest warrants against them. Brown’s promises came after a British court issued an arrest warrant against Tzipi Livni, the leader of Israeli opposition party “Kadima” in December 2009. Livni is involved in the planning of the war crimes of the so-called “Operation Cast Lead” – launched by the Israeli occupation and which lasted 22 days in the Gaza Strip at the end of 2008. The issuance of the arrest warrant forced Livni to cancel her visit and to escape the UK in the dark of night, like the criminal which she is, for fear of arrest.