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George Galloway Reveals: Israel Behind Chemical Attack (Video)

God must have allowed George Galloway to be born so that Israel can have enemies who are idiots. The problem is that God also created other idiots who listen to him, such as Erdogan.
British MP George Galloway (center) arriving at the Rafah border crossing in southern Gaza, leading an international aid convoy of more than 500 activists, January 06, 2010.

British MP George Galloway (center) arriving at the Rafah border crossing in southern Gaza, leading an international aid convoy of more than 500 activists, January 06, 2010.
Photo Credit: Abed Rahim Khatib / Flash 90

George Galloway, the British pro-Hamas and pro-anything that can destroy civilization, has revealed to the world that Israel supplied Al Qaeda with chemical weapons to use against Syrians in the civil war against the Assad regime.

His accusations came the same week that Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Israel of being behind the military coup in Egypt that ousted Muslim Brotherhood president Mohammed Morsi.

It is nice to know that Israel has so much power. It can engineer the end of a regime in Egypt. It can turn Al Qaeda into a close ally and manipulate it to attack Assad’s loyalists.

Since Israel obviously runs the world, it is clear that Netanyahu is behind the entire peace process show, is manipulating the Boycott Israel movement and is bankrolling the next mayor of New York City, no matter who he will be.

Galloway could be laughed at as a jerk, which he is. No mainstream leader listens to him.

But “mainstream” is becoming an endangered species in Europe, where the growing anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic population will believe anything and everything if Israel comes out stinking. That is why Galloway last year won a surprise victory in a special election to win a seat in the British Parliament, representing a district that has large number of Muslims.

In his speech on Friday, which was posted on a video by the Iranian government’s Press TV, Galloway commented on the chemical attack in Syria.”

He declared, “If there’s been any use of nerve gas it’s the rebels that used it. If there has been a use of chemical weapons it was Al-Qaeda that used the chemical weapons – who gave al-Qaeda the chemical weapons? Here’s my theory, Israel gave them the chemical weapons.”

Well, at least he said it was only a theory. Erdogan went one better, or one worse, by saying he had evidence that Israel was behind the ouster of Morsi. And when the United States rejected his charges, Erdogan followed up on Saturday that he was “saddened” that the White House chose to respond. His comments were directed at Israel and not the Obama administration, he told a crowd in his home town.

“What is it to the White House that it should respond? It should not have mentioned it; it should not had reacted like this. As two members of NATO, that one ally shows this kind of approach to the other is not appropriate.”

Galloway does not need evidence, false or not. All he needs is an audience, and his is growing.

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


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61 Responses to “George Galloway Reveals: Israel Behind Chemical Attack (Video)”

  1. Curtis Townsend says:

    And for Adolph Hitler… Geez. Never ends. Another Ron white moment..

  2. Anthony Kent says:

    The most discredited politician in the UK, apart from among his muslim and loony left friends.

  3. Bc Benbella says:

    Your subheading just said it all. this pathological hater and racist cum provocadeur does not know A from B.

  4. Gil Gilman says:

    Georgie porgie, puddin and pie reveals the depth to which a homo sapien can sync when weighed down with islamist money.

  5. Alan Kardon says:

    These animals will do anything to bring down Israel and the Jews. Now how do we get to show how stupid these statements are?

  6. Tim Upham says:

    I suppose a nitwit like George Galloway believes that Israel was behind the 9/11 attacks in New York City. Is Israel responsible for his case of hemorrhoids too?

  7. Mick Bolton says:

    Why doesn’t Galloway just f**k off to the ME and live with his mates?

  8. Becksbridge says:

    SaloumehZ glenoglaza1 Certainly a fresh view on things !

  9. DementedBonxie says:

    rachidH SaloumehZ I don’t think it is fair to blame God for George Galloway

  10. 1Collier says:

    SaloumehZ ClintSharpe DKurdistan Fear GOD

  11. PeddRaam says:

    Time to try #Galloway for libel and slander SaloumehZ rlamsfuss DKurdistan

  12. Yechiel Baum says:

    Does this brit having nothing else to do. he should protest against the British monarchy and the country it owns Ireland, Carribbean, Falklands so the world knows what a parasite England has always been to the world.

  13. waynocook says:

    SaloumehZ DKurdistan Uhhhh…Ok

  14. waynocook says:

    SaloumehZ I didn’t know whether to laugh or write his name on the bottom of a VERY long list.

  15. fwest73 says:

    DementedBonxie rachidH SaloumehZ maybe God wanted the Devil to have some competition when he created #Galloway

  16. mydogpeter says:

    Let Galloway continue to talk.  Jews don’t need to do a thing.  He makes an ass of himself virtually every time he opens his stupid mouth.  You know the old saw  that “even a fool would be known if he only kept his mouth shut”?  
    We;;. there he is:  Geroge Galloway hisself.

  17. JackRichardson says:

    Long live Israel! But I am under no misconceptions that as support for Galloway increases, UK support for Israel decreases. Aside from Galloway’s wide statements, other voices are starting to recognise that the Israeli government is pursuing policies which are slowly alienating Israel from its closest allies. At some point in the not too distant future, I hope the silent majority of Jews, both inside and outside Israel will stand up and condemn the heavy-handed actions of this its ruling elite. Forget what the rest of the Middle East is doing, the responsibility is our own.

  18. SaloumehZ says:

    DementedBonxie Yes, it may have been the other one, Satan

  19. SaloumehZ says:

    PeddRaam Yes!

  20. SaloumehZ says:

    PeddRaam Yes!

  21. SaloumehZ says:

    fwest73 That would explain it!

  22. mydogpeter says:

    I mean:  even a fool WOULDN’T BE KNOWN…IF HE ONLY KEPT HIS MOUTH SHUT,  (just typing too fast!)

  23. mydogpeter says:

    People like George Galloway get their rocks off talking dirty on the Internet.  It’s sorta like masturbating in public.  And it has the same effect..
    There…feeling better now, George?  Don’t forget t’ zip up yer flies, you a–hole!, your brains are hanging out!!

  24. Benjamin Fox says:

    When a idiot talks like a lying idiot his words prove him to be a idiot and since Islamist worship a false little god named Allah, and follow a child molesting prophet they prove my point and how do you fight a lie? Burn it or run it off.

  25. You may all have a good laugh at George Galloway if you like
    But the facts remains clear about about a great many things he says about Israel…You are are illegal occupiers on palestinian land, Gaza is now like an open prison which is the recipient of collective punishment and Israels constant settlement building (Illgal under just about every law accross the globe) will eventually see you sued in the ICC. This article for a few cheap shots has misconstrued almost everthing GG says….but continue laughing with each other. ..what is they say? Nov justice No Peace….

  26. paddymullan64 says:

    waynocook SaloumehZ So Wayne do you want invasion now more children dead and people displaced

  27. Why don't you idiots get it straight once and for all. There never was a country called "Palestine" and the people who call themselves "Palestinians" are descendants of nomad tribes who wandered into that area. The land of Israel has been the homeland of the Jewish people for over 3500 years and the land they "occupy" is their own. Just read your history books. Tell me who the leaders of "Palestine" were? What was their currency? What have their Arab "brothers" done for them except keep the anti-Israel hatred going in order to rally support for their corrupt Mediaeval regimes. Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East and a valuable ally of the West. Ask any "Palestinian" living in Israel if he would rather live in Egypt, Syria, Iran, Saudi Arabia, or Somalia and see what answer you get.

  28. Jay Stewart says:

    Martin Kochberg Well that's not the way the International community sees it, you may think you were chosen or be gods people or whatever, but in the real world, even your greatest friends the USA believe your settlement building as illegal (also the UK) , Its in breach of the 4th Geneva convention and the United Nations security council, The general assembly, International Red cross, international court of justice all confirm that the 4th convention apply…. And your collective punishment of the people of gaza is a war crime, Under the 1949 Geneva Conventions, collective punishments are a war crime. Article 33 of the Fourth Convention states: “No protected person may be punished for an offense he or she has not personally committed,” and “collective penalties and likewise all measures of intimidation or of terrorism are prohibited. so forget about what happened 3500 years ago…..worry about today. Also please refrain from ad hominem attacks as it make you look stupid and also just cements what many people think about Israelis/Zionism…

  29. Odette Jones says:

    Galloway makes my blood boil . Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr

  30. Dan Silagi says:

    You're a Jew-hating troll.

  31. Ad Hominem attacks Dan…I notice you haven't tried to refute what was said…..its a valid point. You obviously have no intellectual view point other then to just insult people whom you disagree with….shame.

  32. Jay Stewart You are grossly misinformed and you ignore reality!

  33. Jay Stewart says:

    Alice Richardson Grimes I think you would find, if you care to look that my sources are from the UN site itself and the aforementioned official websites…So how am i misinformed? are ALL these people grossly misinformed?

  34. Fadi Abboud says:

    Odette Jones put some ice…

  35. Fadi Abboud says:

    Odette Jones put some ice…

  36. you Jews can insult everyone that is against ur evil Zionist mission, quote all the verses in ur bible-which u don't even live by-, and claim to be " chosen people " but u can never justify the atrocities ur commiting in the middle east. the world is watching, just Co's hither nearly wiped u out gives u no right to steal, kill nd manipulate on Palestinian land.

  37. Why do you refer to others as idiots? simply by disagreeing with you, then ul have to call everyone idiots cause no way that everyone will agree with you. an old man without brains will always call their opponents idiots, its a sign of dying. your children will sufer, whether you like it or not.

  38. Why do you refer to others as idiots? simply by disagreeing with you, then ul have to call everyone idiots cause no way that everyone will agree with you. an old man without brains will always call their opponents idiots, its a sign of dying. your children will sufer, whether you like it or not.

  39. Daniel Mirmilstein says:

    Enfield, justice is necessarily based on truth, so it would be a stretch to say Galloway is interested in any sort of justice, given how many lies he propagates. Your claims about gaza are similarly untrue. Gaza receive truckloads of supplies from Israel and international sources, movement is restricted into Israel, but that is any countries prerogative on its border. Especially when those entering could and have been involved in violent attacks on innocent civilians. Israel still allows some entries, which is amazing considering the violence it has endured at the hands of terrorists from gaza. What about the rafa border with Egypt? Don't forget people could go out that way, if more of their extremist groups weren't going around killing Egyptian police. But shouldn't the pressure be on the totalitarian Islamist Hamas government to stop violence and oppression, then maybe youll see more movement into israel. As far as the settlements go, illegal or legal (more grey than you present it), who gives a ****? They are so irrelevant to the root issues of the conflict, and have little to no impact on a potential negotiated agreement between the sides. This is the thing Jay, if you keep harping on about the settlements, and apply no pressure on the Palestinians to renounce anti-semitism and accept a Jewish state as a neighbor, you'll only be encouraging more violence and Islamists who want to wipe Israel out. Both of you speak of ad homonim attacks and then go on to make them…

  40. Habesha says:

    Long live Israel. Galloway is just dealing with his personal sickness. Nobody would be take his comments serious except those who chose to live in his planet. No surprise if he blames Israel for the Scottish independence or any tax increase in the UK.

  41. Iam Solomon says:

    Some other key UN Security Council Resolutions on Palestine – BINDING AND INTERNATIONAL LAW (there are over 150 UN Resolutions).
    252 (21 May 1968).

    Urgently calls upon Government of Israel to rescind measures that change the legal status of Jerusalem, including the expropriation of land and properties thereon.

    262 (31 December 1968).

    Calls upon Government of Israel to pay compensation to Lebanon for the destruction of airliners at Beirut International Airport.

    267 (3 July 1969).

    Expects Israel rescind measures seeking to change the legal status of occupied East Jerusalem.

    271 (15 September 1969).

    Expects the demand that Government of Israel rescind measures seeking to change the legal status of occupied East Jerusalem.

    298 (25 September 1971).

    Expects the demand that Government of Israel rescind measures seeking to change the legal status of occupied East Jerusalem.

    446 (22 March 1979).

    Calls on Israel to cease, on an urgent basis, the establishment, construction, and planning of settlements in the Palestinian Territories, occupied since 1967, including Jerusalem.

    452 (20 July 1979).

    Expects Israel cease, on an urgent basis, the establishment, construction, and planning of settlements in the Palestinian Territories, occupied since 1967, including Jerusalem.

    465 (1 March 1980).

    Expects Israel cease, the establishment, construction, and planning of illegal settlements in the Palestinian Territories, occupied since 1967, including Jerusalem.

    471 (5 June 1980).

    Demands prosecution of those involved in the assassination attempt of West Bank leaders and compensation for damages; Expects demands to comply by Fourth Geneva Convention.

    484 (19 December 1980).

    Expects Israeli compliance with the Fourth Geneva Convention.

    573 (4 October 1985).

    Condemns the Government of Israeli with respect to the attack in Tunisia. Call on Israel to pay compensation for human and material losses from its attack and to refrain from all such attacks or threats of attacks against other nations.

    592 (8 December 1986).

    Demands Israel comply with the Fourth Geneva Conventions in all Occupied Palestinian Territories including East Jerusalem.

    605 (22 December 1987).

    Calls upon the Government of Israel, the Occupying Power, to comply by the Fourth Geneva Convention.

    607 (5 January 1988).

    Expects Israel to comply with the Fourth Geneva Convention as well as cease its practice of deportations from the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    608 (14 January 1988), 636 (6 July 1989), 641 (30 August 1989).

    Expects that Israel cease the deportations of Palestinian people from the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    672 (12 October 1990).

    Expects Israel to comply by the provisions of the Fourth Geneva Convention in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    673 (24 October 1990).

    Demands that the Israel come into compliance with UN Resolution 672.

    681 (20 December 1990).

    Expects Israel to comply with the Fourth Geneva Convention with respect to the Occupied Palestinian Territories including East Jerusalem.

    694 (24 May 1991).

    Expects that Israel stop Palestinian civilian deportation from the Occupied Palestinian Territories and ensure the safe and immediate return of deportees.

    726 (6 January 1992).

    Expects Israel to comply with the provisions of the Fourth Geneva Convention and to cease its deportation practice from Occupied Palestinian Territories.

    799 (18 December 1992).

    Reaffirms Fourth Geneva Convention to all Palestinian Territories occupied by Israel since 1967, including Jerusalem. Also affirms that deportation of civilians constitutes a contravention of its obligations under the Convention.

    904 (18 March 1994).

    Israel is called upon, as the occupying power, to take and implement measures, inter alia, confiscation of arms, with the aim of preventing illegal acts of violence by settlers.

    1073 (28 September 1996).

    Calls on the safety and security of Palestinian civilians to be ensured.

    1322 (7 October 2000).

    Calls upon Israel to comply with the Fourth Geneva Convention regarding the responsibilities of the occupying power in the Palestinian Territories.

    1402 (30 March 2002).

    Calls for Israel to withdraw from Palestinian cities.

    1403 (4 April 2002).

    Demands that the Government of Israel go through with the implementation of UNSC Resolution 1402.

    1405 (19 April 2002).

    UN inspector call to investigate civilian deaths during Israel’s assault on the Palestinian Jenin refugee camp.

    1435 (24 September 2002).

    Calls on Israel to withdraw to positions of September 2000 and end its military activities in and around Ramallah, including the destruction of security and civilian infrastructure.

  42. Iam Solomon says:

    May I respectfully draw attention to the following please. Please accept my apologies if it is long. God bless you all.
    * The UN view of the Palestinian Territories can be seen at.
    the following URL: http://unispal.un.org/pdfs/OCH….
    * The West Bank and East Jerusalem is occupied Palestine (bilaterally recognised by 133 nations in the world including India, China, Russia, Brazil, Malaysia, Indonesia, Guatemala, Thailand and Ice-land).
    * Palestine is officially a non-member State and recognised by the UN. 138 nations supported Pales-tine last November in its successful bid for statehood. France, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Greece, Cyprus and Malta were among many European nations to support Palestine. Their vote for Palestine was important as were those cast by India, China, Russia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico and New Zealand who supported Palestine too. The Secretary General of the UN and Vatican Church wel-comed the re-birth of Palestine.
    * However, Palestine (West Bank and East Jerusalem) is still illegally held and sadly Israel's Prime Minister Mr Netanyahu has ignored the ruling of the International Court of Justice (subsequently sup-ported by the UN and EU) with respect to the "separation barrier". This "wall" is 3 times the length of the Berlin Wall.
    * UNESCO’s recognition of Palestine in 2011 was supported by France, Spain, Ireland, Belgium, Norway, Greece and other European nations.
    * Please also see UNSC Resolution 478 concerning Jerusalem. The 4th Geneva Convention is appli-cable to all the Palestinian Territories.
    * International law and UN Resolutions (over which there are over 150) are ignored by Israel's Prime Minister and Foreign Minister.
    * UN Resolutions specify Israel's illegal hold of the Palestinian Territories to be a violation of the 4th Geneva Convention and as such is a War Crime under international law. More so now, that settle-ments are being placed in another nation.
    Yours sincerely
    Anthony

    *** UN Security Council Resolution 478 (1980) of 20 August.
    1980 – BINDING.
    The Security Council, recalling its resolution 476 (1980);.
    reaffirming again that the acquisition of territory by force is inadmissible;.
    deeply concerned over the enactment of a "basic law" in the Israeli.
    Knesset proclaiming a change in the character and status of the Holy City of.
    Jerusalem, with its implications for peace and security; noting that Israel has.
    not complied with resolution 476 (1980); reaffirming its determination to.
    examine practical ways and means, in accordance with the relevant provisions of.
    the Charter of the United Nations, to secure the full implementation of its.
    resolution 476 (1980), in the event of non-compliance by Israel ; Censures in.
    the strongest terms the enactment by Israel of the "basic law" on.
    Jerusalem and the refusal to comply with relevant Security Council resolutions;.
    http://unispal.un.org/UNISPAL….
    *** Resolution 694 (1991) – BINDING.
    Adopted by the Security Council at its 2989th meeting on 24.
    May 1991
    The Security Council,
    Reaffirming its resolution 681 (1990),
    Having learned with deep concern and consternation that Israel has, in violation of its obligations un-der the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, and acting in opposition to relevant Security Council resolutions, and to the detriment of efforts to achieve a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in the Middle East, deported four Palestinian civilians on 18 May 1991,
    1. Declares that the action of the Israeli authorities of deporting four Palestinians on 18 May is in vio-lation of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949, which is applicable to all the Palestinian territories.
    occupied by Israel since 1967, including Jerusalem;.
    2. Deplores this action and reiterates that Israel, the occupying Power, refrain from deporting any Palestinian civilian from the occupied territories and ensure the save and immediate return of all those.
    deported;
    3. Decides to keep the situation under review.

    *** Resolution 672 (1990) – BINDING.
    Adopted by the Security Council at its 2948th meeting on 12 October 1990.
    The Security Council,
    Recalling its resolutions 476 (1980) and 478 (1980),
    Reaffirming that a just and lasting solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict must be based on its resolutions 242 (1967) and 338 (1973) through an active negotiating process which takes into account the right.
    to security for all States in the region, including Israel, as well as the legitimate political rights of the Palestinian people,
    Taking into consideration the statement of the Secretary-General relative to the purpose of the mis-sion he is sending to the region and conveyed to the Council by the President on 12 October 1990,
    1. Expresses alarm at the violence which took place on 8 October at the Al Haram al Shareef and other Holy Places of Jerusalem resulting in over twenty Palestinian deaths and to the in-jury of more than one hundred and fifty people, including Palestinian civilians and innocent worshippers;.
    2. Condemns especially the acts of violence committed by the Israeli security forces resulting in inju-ries and loss of human life;.
    3. Calls upon Israel, the occupying Power, to abide scrupulously by its legal obligations and responsibilities under the Fourth Geneva Convention, which is applicable to all the territories occupied by.
    Israel since 1967;.
    4. Requests, in connection with the decision of the Secretary-General to send a mission to the region, which the Council welcomes, that he submit a report to it before the end of October 1990 containing his.
    findings and conclusions and that he use as appropriate all the resources of the United Nations in the region in carrying out the mission.
    24th April 2012 – UK Foreign Secretary William Hague said:
    “I strongly condemn the Israeli government’s decision yesterday to turn three illegal outposts in the West Bank into settlements. I urged the Israeli government in my statement on 5 April to remove – not.
    legalise – outposts across the West Bank”.
    Furthermore, I would like to refer you to specific serious concerns raised by the International Court of Justice (2004) – with relevance to the ‘security barrier’ – which was viewed with alarm by the interna-tional community. Incidentally the reference to the illegality of settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem was also reinforced when the International Court of Justice also found the following (in-deed the EU supported the UN vote pertaining to the ‘security barrier’):
    * That the separation barrier is intended to assist the settlements, the establishment of which violates Article 49 of the Convention. Also, the court pointed out that the restrictions placed on the local population located between the barrier and the Green Line are liable to lead to abandonment of the land, which also constitutes a violation of Article 49. In addition, the opinion stated that taking control of private land to build the barrier injured private property owners, and thus violated Articles 46 and 52 of the Hague Regulations of 1907 and of Article 53 of the Fourth Geneva Convention.

  43. Iam Solomon says:

    Abuse and torture in interrogations of dozens of Palestinian minors in the Israel Police Etzion Facility.
    Published: http://www.btselem.org/torture/201308_etzion
    22 Aug 2013.

    Since November 2009, B’Tselem has received testimonies from dozens of Palestinian residents of the Bethlehem and Hebron districts, most of them minors, alleging that they were subjected to threats and violence, sometimes amounting to torture, during their interrogation at the police station at Gush Etzion. The station is located within the jurisdiction of the SHAI (Judea and Samaria) District of the Israel Police. The testimonies describe interrogations in which the minors were forced to confess to alleged offenses, mostly stone-throwing. In almost all cases, the interrogators stopped using violence against the interrogatees once they confessed.

    The right of every person not to be subjected to ill-treatment or torture (whether physical or mental) is one of the few human rights that are considered absolute. As an absolute right, it may never be "balanced" against other rights and values, nor suspended or limited, even in difficult circumstances such as war or fighting terrorism. This right now holds the highest and most binding status in international law. A confession obtained through violation of this right can certainly not serve as the basis for a conviction.

    M.H., resident of Husan, 14 at the time of his arrest.

    The interrogator made me go into a room. He grabbed my head and started banging it against the wall. Then he punched me, slapped me and kicked my legs. The pain was immense, and I felt like I couldn’t stand any longer. Then he started swearing at me. He said filthy things about me and about my mother. He threatened to rape me, or perform sexual acts on me, if I didn’t confess to throwing stones. His threats really scared me, because he was very cruel and it was just the two of us in the room. I remembered what I’d seen on the news, when British and American soldiers raped and took photos of naked Iraqis (from the testimony of M.H., resident of Husan, 14 at the time of his arrest).

    The interrogations

    In November 2009, B'Tselem began receiving reports of violence against Palestinian minors during interrogation at the Etzion police station. Until July 2013, B'Tselem field researchers collected 64 testimonies from residents of eight communities in the southern West Bank who reported such incidents. Fifty-six of them were minors at the time of their interrogation. The testimonies described severe physical violence during the interrogation or preliminary questioning, which, in some cases, amounted to torture. The violence included slaps, punches and kicks to all parts of the body, and blows with objects, such as a gun or a stick. Some of the former interrogatees also reported threats: in twelve cases, they claimed that the interrogator had threatened them or female relatives with sexual assault, such as rape and genital injury. In six cases, the interrogatees claimed that the interrogators had threatened to execute them; in eight cases, the interrogators allegedly threatened to harm family members; and in five other cases, they allegedly threatened to electrocute the interrogatees, including in a way that would damage their fertility.

    In addition, twelve interrogatees stated that their initial confession had been taken by an interrogator in civilian clothes and that, to the best of their knowledge, at that stage, it had not been recorded. Only after they confessed to stone-throwing, they were transferred to another room, where an interrogator in police uniform asked them to repeat their confession, this time recording them. Later, the interrogators told them to sign a document in Hebrew, a language they do not understand, without knowing what they were signing.

  44. Iam Solomon says:

    http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/.premium-1.543535
    Dutch government urges local firm to cancel East Jerusalem project Royal HaskoningDHV is considering pulling out of the sewage treatment project after warnings from Dutch Foreign Ministry that it would be violating international law.
    By Barak Ravid- Haaretz | 08:30 26.08.13.

    The Dutch government has asked the country’s largest engineering company to rethink its participation in a project with the Jerusalem municipality because the project is based on the Palestinian side of the 1967 border. Foreign Ministry officials fear that this will be a trend in Europe, not an isolated incident.

  45. Iam Solomon says:

    Resolution 478 (1980).
    of 20 August 1980 – PASSED AND LEGALLY BINDING.

    The Security Council, recalling its resolution 476 (1980); reaffirming again that the acquisition of territory by force is inadmissible; deeply concerned over the enactment of a "basic law" in the Israeli Knesset proclaiming a change in the character and status of the Holy City of Jerusalem, with its implications for peace and security; noting that Israel has not complied with resolution 476 (1980); reaffirming its determination to examine practical ways and means, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Charter of the United Nations, to secure the full implementation of its resolution 476 (1980), in the event of non-compliance by Israel ; Censures in the strongest terms the enactment by Israel of the "basic law" on Jerusalem and the refusal to comply with relevant Security Council resolutions;.

    http://unispal.un.org/UNISPAL.NSF/0/DDE590C6FF232007852560DF0065FDDB

    Security Council.
    S/RES/478 (1980).
    20 August 1980.

    Resolution 478 (1980).
    of 20 August 1980.

    The Security Council,

    Recalling its resolution 476 (1980),

    Reaffirming again that the acquisition of territory by force is inadmissible,

    Deeply concerned over the enactment of a "basic law" in the Israeli Knesset proclaiming a change in the character and status of the Holy City of Jerusalem, with its implications for peace and security,

    Noting that Israel has not complied with resolution 476 (1980),

    Reaffirming its determination to examine practical ways and means, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Charter of the United Nations, to secure the full implementation of its resolution 476 (1980), in the event of non-compliance by Israel,

    1. Censures in the strongest terms the enactment by Israel of the "basic law" on Jerusalem and the refusal to comply with relevant Security Council resolutions;.

    2. Affirms that the enactment of the "basic law" by Israel constitutes a violation of international law and does not affect the continued application of the Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, of 12 August 1949, in the Palestinian and other Arab territories occupied since June 1967, including Jerusalem;.

    3. Determines that all legislative and administrative measures and actions taken by Israel, the occupying Power, which have altered or purport to alter the character and status of the Holy City of Jerusalem, and in particular the recent "basic law" on Jerusalem, are null and void and must be rescinded forthwith;.

    4. Affirms also that this action constitutes a serious obstruction to achieving a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in the Middle East;.

    5. Decides not to recognize the "basic law" and such other actions by Israel that, as a result of this law, seek to alter the character and status of Jerusalem and calls upon:

    (a) All Member States to accept this decision;.

    (b) Those States that have established diplomatic missions at Jerusalem to withdraw such missions from the Holy City;.

    6. Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Security Council on the implementation of the present resolution before 15 November 1980;.

    Declares Israel's control of the Palestinian Territories as null and void.

  46. Iam Solomon says:

    9 July 2004 – The International Court of Justice (ICJ) issued an advisory opinion today that Israel's building of a barrier in the occupied Palestinian territory is illegal and said construction must stop immediately and Israel should make reparations for any damage caused.

    Responding to a request from the United Nations General Assembly, the World Court's opinion said the Assembly and the Security Council should consider what steps to take "to bring to an end the illegal situation resulting from the construction of the wall and the associated régime, taking due account of the present Advisory Opinion.”.
    Observing that 80 per cent of Israeli settlers in the occupied Palestinian territory now live between the barrier and the so-called Green Line marking the 1949 boundary of Israel, the Court said the structure's route could "prejudge the future frontier between Israel and Palestine."

    The ICJ – the UN’s principal judicial organ – said construction "would be tantamount to de facto annexation" as it explained that the barrier could create a potentially permanent "fait accompli" on the ground.

    The judges noted that, combined with the Israeli settlements, which have been deplored by the Security Council, the barrier's construction alters the demographic composition of the occupied Palestinian territory and impedes the Palestinians' right to self-determination.

    Concluding that Israel could not rely on a right of self-defence or on a state of necessity to justify the barrier, the Court said it was not convinced the specific route chosen was necessary for security reasons.

    The judges also said Israel is obliged to stop construction immediately and dismantle the sections of the barrier that have already been built. They added that Israel must nullify any laws relating to its construction and make reparations for any damage caused by its erection.

    Was David Ward MP correct or wrong in citing former others regarding Israel's policies in Palestine (recognised last November as a UN non-member STATE)?
    Please see: http://www.haaretz.com/news/jimmy-carter-israel-s-apartheid-policies-worse-than-south-africa-s-1.206865.

  47. Benjamin Fox says:

    Why don't you stick some ice where the sun don't shine.

  48. The international community could well be wrong – there is nothing to say that a mob that has ganged up on Israel has right on its side.
    Firstly there is Stewart’s ruse about there being illegal settlement according to the 4th Geneva Convention with special regard to Section III, “Occupied Territories”.
    “East Jerusalem”, Judea and Samaria cannot be considered illegally "Occupied" by Israel in 1967 (the aforementioned illegal war of aggression by several Arab States), as they were taken from already illegally annexed territories. The lands were never the sovereign territory of any State (unless one counts the long-defeated and dismembered Ottoman Empire), and certainly not of Jordan. If anything, the legitimate owners were the Jews, under the League Mandate.
    It is also critical to note that while the 1949 Geneva Convention was focused on populations after the ravages of WW2, it continued to adhere to earlier customary Law regarding Occupation.
    We should carefully examine the much discussed paragraph, under Part III, Section III "Occupied Territories", greatly beloved and frequently seized upon by NGOs, the EU and Israel’s numerous opponents in general, cited here:
    Art. 49. (of the 4th Convention):
    "Individual or mass forcible transfers, as well as deportations of protected persons from occupied territory to the territory of the Occupying Power or to that of any other country, occupied or not, are prohibited, regardless of their motive".
    So, since the territories are not and were never illegally occupied by Israel per International Law and Treaty, as above, the Convention is, quite simply, inapplicable to the discussion.
    Even if it were applicable, there have been no "mass forcible transfers, deportations” from “Occupied Territory” to Israel. Or the reverse, for that matter:
    The Article goes on to say:
    Art, 49: “The Occupying Power shall not deport or transfer parts of its own civilian population into the territory it occupies.”
    Insofar as Israel is not “The Occupying Power” under International Law, it is a reductio ad absurdum to argue there have been “deportation or transfers” of Israelis to the “into the territory it occupies”, the so-called "Illegal Settlements".
    Subsequent Jewish settlement was entirely of its own accord.
    Let us be perfectly clear on this point. Based on the inapplicability of the attribution of the lands as “Occupied Territories” the 4th Geneva Convention, is not pertinent to contemporary Israel, so, let us immediately dispense once and for all with the myth that Israel is in violation of the 4th Geneva Convention.
    As for Stewart’s exploiting article 33 of the 4th Convention to condemn Israel he should note that blockades and other forms of economic sanction are permitted in international law, which necessarily means that civilians will suffer through no fault of their own.

  49. The international community could well be wrong – there is nothing to say that a mob that has ganged up on Israel has right on its side.
    Firstly there is Stewart’s ruse about there being illegal settlement according to the 4th Geneva Convention with special regard to Section III, “Occupied Territories”.
    “East Jerusalem”, Judea and Samaria cannot be considered illegally "Occupied" by Israel in 1967 (the aforementioned illegal war of aggression by several Arab States), as they were taken from already illegally annexed territories. The lands were never the sovereign territory of any State (unless one counts the long-defeated and dismembered Ottoman Empire), and certainly not of Jordan. If anything, the legitimate owners were the Jews, under the League Mandate.
    It is also critical to note that while the 1949 Geneva Convention was focused on populations after the ravages of WW2, it continued to adhere to earlier customary Law regarding Occupation.
    We should carefully examine the much discussed paragraph, under Part III, Section III "Occupied Territories", greatly beloved and frequently seized upon by NGOs, the EU and Israel’s numerous opponents in general, cited here:
    Art. 49. (of the 4th Convention):
    "Individual or mass forcible transfers, as well as deportations of protected persons from occupied territory to the territory of the Occupying Power or to that of any other country, occupied or not, are prohibited, regardless of their motive".
    So, since the territories are not and were never illegally occupied by Israel per International Law and Treaty, as above, the Convention is, quite simply, inapplicable to the discussion.
    Even if it were applicable, there have been no "mass forcible transfers, deportations” from “Occupied Territory” to Israel. Or the reverse, for that matter:
    The Article goes on to say:
    Art, 49: “The Occupying Power shall not deport or transfer parts of its own civilian population into the territory it occupies.”
    Insofar as Israel is not “The Occupying Power” under International Law, it is a reductio ad absurdum to argue there have been “deportation or transfers” of Israelis to the “into the territory it occupies”, the so-called "Illegal Settlements".
    Subsequent Jewish settlement was entirely of its own accord.
    Let us be perfectly clear on this point. Based on the inapplicability of the attribution of the lands as “Occupied Territories” the 4th Geneva Convention, is not pertinent to contemporary Israel, so, let us immediately dispense once and for all with the myth that Israel is in violation of the 4th Geneva Convention.
    As for Stewart’s exploiting article 33 of the 4th Convention to condemn Israel he should note that blockades and other forms of economic sanction are permitted in international law, which necessarily means that civilians will suffer through no fault of their own.

  50. Andrew Hall says:

    Does the truth hurt, David? Everyone with a brain knows the CIA and Mossad are framing the Assads.

    http://rt.com/news/cia-blackwater-mossad-syria-037/

  51. Mohamed Adel says:

    @David it obvious my friend who is the brainwashed now , and who makes trouble in the world, war likers people .

  52. David Baden says:

    Odette Jones, don't let morons like him upset you,just treat him and the others like him with the contempt they deserve.They are just brainwashed fanatics like the people they support.

  53. Margaret Salmond says:

    Why would Israel give them to al quaeda? pointless. Georgie Porgie did mum not teach you logic?

  54. Is this guy worth airtime?

  55. vivgolda says:

    He’s not worth airtime, didn’t even view his drivel knew what to expect.

  56. Nanette CohenRayman says:

    a walking amoeba.

  57. Md Arif Hussain says:

    Daily new theory and new story to read about the chemical attack in Syria,God knows what is the actual truth and who did it for what benefits.What so ever it may b but that did kill many innocents and Allah/God will never spare such culprits u may be able to eye wash the world but the the worlds creator who knows everything,Ameen.

  58. George Galloway deserves the Nobel Peace Prize.

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