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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Brits feared 'armed confrontation' with El Al security guards

On September 13, 2005, an El Al flight from Tel Aviv to London landed in Heathrow Airport. British police waited for the flight to arrest IDF general Doron Almog on charges of 'war crimes.' The arrests had been instigated by the Israeli leftist organization Yesh Gvul and 'Palestinian' organizations. Under British law, 'war crimes' may be prosecuted in British courts regardless of where they took place and who the victims are. But Almog was tipped off and did not disembark from the plane.

Now al-Beeb reveals that the British police did not board the plane to arrest Almog because they feared an armed confrontation with El Al security personnel aboard the plane. Yet another reason to fly El Al if you are a high-ranking IDF officer. Here's the report:

5 Comments:

At 11:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another reason to fly El Al is because I'd like the chance to take a whack at the British idiots who were thinking of carrying this out.

 
At 1:33 PM, Blogger Thud said...

I was deeply ashamed of this action and wrote to my local(by coincidence Jewish )m.p. result...silence!...no surprise there realy as Nulabour here will do anything to appease muslim voters in England.

 
At 8:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do the British authorities seek to arrest Muslims who encourage/fund/aid the rockets attacks on Israeli civilians?
or Do the British authorities only go after those who work to protect innocent people?

 
At 9:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a theory.

 
At 12:50 AM, Blogger Mardukhai said...

Carl -- Please email me regarding the Sunday Times flack Uzi Mahnaimi who is probably responsible for the story on the dead terrorist in Syria. I'm a journalist I got the goods on him about ten years ago after the "Israeli Ethno-Bomb" hoax. My email is my account name at hotmail.com. -- Mardukhai (as seen in LGF)

 

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