Charades Called Trials, In Israel
- From: "Richard Shulman" <richardshulman5@xxxxxxx>
- Date: 1 Dec 2005 06:16:47 -0800
CHARADES CALLED TRIALS, IN ISRAEL 13824 - Shulman
PERES THINKS HE NEGOTIATED SOMETHING GOOD
Peres negotiated at least the latest portion of the Gaza portal
agreements, inviting the EU to be the third, ostensibly neutral party
at the border crossing. He gushed with his usual optimism, about the
agreement making good relations between Israel and the EU and the P.A.,
along his envisioned road to peace (IMRA, 11/2 ).
The EU is pro-Arab, not neutral. It has no function at the border. It
serves as a fig leaf for Israel's naked surrender. Surrender is what
Peres negotiates, and terrorism is what he reaps. Peace is what he
says he wants, money is what he gets from the deals, and war is what
his country suffers from his Oslo debacle. On to worse debacles!
STATE DEPT. VS. CHALABI
The State Dept. encouraged the Arab League summit on Iraq. Iraqi Dep.
Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi attended, but thought League interference
dangerous. The League suggested scheduling the departure of US troops,
but Dep. PM Chalabi realizes the pitfalls of setting a date. He wants
Iraq to determine how long it needs US troops. Chalabi is a guardian
of Iraqi sovereignty.
The League touted a "right of resistance" against foreign soldiers,
and condemned only terrorism, i.e., attacks on Iraqi civilians (Eli
Lake, NY Sun, 11/23, A1).
Perhaps Chalabi should become our Sec. of State. Our Sec. welcomed
involvement by the Arab League, which is a destructive tool of Egypt.
The League ends up trying to legitimize attacks on US troops AND
civilians. There is no "right of resistance" to the US and British
troops invited by the elected government of Iraq to protect Iraqis from
murderers. The foreign troops are not occupying or oppressing but
protecting the elected government from the former oppressors and the
jihadist would-be oppressors.
THE CHARADES CALLED TRIALS IN ISRAEL
"...It was Wednesday 28 September, and I was up for the second
hearing of my trial... Justice was proceeding at its usual sedate, calm
pace, undisturbed by such concepts as presumption of innocence, factual
evidence, or the right to a speedy trial. The hearing itself was
comparatively brief -- about an hour or so, in which two police
officers in charge of the interrogation testified that: ...
· yes, they found a spent cartridge from my Uzi;
· no, they had not bothered to check the range or angle of fire to
see if that could possibly have been the bullet which allegedly hit
· no, they had not been able to run an identity parade to ask the
Arab eye-witnesses if I was the shooter;
· no, they could not explain why it was impossible to do an identity
· no, they could not explain why the police did not think of
photographing me in order to run a photographic identity parade."
The defendant was being prosecuted for volunteering electrician
services to a hotel that the IDF wanted to use against the settlers
(Arutz-7, 11/23). This is another case of Sharon's vindictiveness
against opponents. He has turned the law on its head.
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