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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

High Court of Injustice orders IDF to allow terrorists into Israel

Once again sticking its nose where it doesn't belong, late tonight Israel's Supreme Court acting as a 'High Court of Justice' ordered the IDF to allow 'sick and wounded' Gazans into Israel. The ruling was made in response to a petition filed by "Physicians for Human Rights," an organization that would have no standing in any normal country (and one of whose 'Palestinian' employees was recently charged with trying to assassinate Prime Minister Ehud K. Olmert and other senior Israeli officials).
The High Court of Justice instructed the State Attorney's Office on Tuesday night that "everything Israel can do to save human life must be done today," following a petition submitted by "Doctors for Human Rights" and "Gisha" that Erez Crossing be opened immediately to allow sick and wounded Gazans into Israel.

The High Court decided that a panel of three judges would rule on the matter Wednesday in an emergency hearing and demanded that until then, the State Attorney's Office respond to Tuesday's ruling in place of the IDF.

Some 190 Palestinians holed up in a stench-filled concrete tunnel at the border crossing with northern Gaza , desperately trying to flee the Hamas-controlled Strip.


Israel has refused to allow them passage to the West Bank, saying that some of them are wanted terrorists, including, for example, one who was involved in 2002's standoff with the IDF at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
And this may just be the beginning:
The Red Cross has identified about 50 other patients who may have to be evacuated in the near future. According to hospital and MDA figures, some 130 people were killed and 630 were wounded in last week's Hamas-Fatah clashes in Gaza. Since the fighting died down, five to 10 people have come out of hiding and entered hospitals each day.

Eileen Daly, the ICRC's health coordinator for the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, said, "In addition to the stress imposed by the large number of patients over recent days and the long working hours, Gaza hospital staff are becoming increasingly frustrated about medical equipment breaking down.
When one of these 'sick Palestinians' blows themselves up like Wafa Samir al-Biss tried to do a couple of years ago, will the Supreme Court acknowledge responsibility?


At 1:55 AM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

Masada had a purpose, and was heroism of heartbreaking proportions..this is more like a massive group of lemmings.


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