Britain Must not do “Business with War Criminals”: 96,000 Demand H.M. Government to Rescind Invitation to Netanyahu

We can, and must, source our NATO defence requirements from the European Union and not from Israel, a state whose military intelligence unit supplies so-called ‘security systems’ and espionage skills to Columbia and similar repressive regimes worldwide.

 ‘In Colombia, evidence of illegal interception of communications pervades accounts of extrajudicial disappearances and killings, according to Privacy International. Colombia’s long ­running conflict with left-wing rebels has killed more than 200,000 people since 1958, most of them civilians, and Amnesty International has accused both sides of violations of human rights and international law’


Britain is a liberal democracy and must not do business with those who support or arm dictatorships and who are themselves documented, illegal occupiers of land and, as in this case, uniquely, an undeclared nuclear weapon state with a hidden arsenal of hundreds of nuclear warheads that denies the inspection of the International Atomic Energy Agency of the United Nations.

“The British Government has invited Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as head of the Israeli Government, to visit the UK in September. Under UK and international law, certain holders of high­ranking office in a State, including Heads of State, Heads of Government and Ministers for Foreign Affairs are entitled to immunity, which includes inviolability and complete immunity from criminal jurisdiction.”

If Netanyahu arrives in London claiming immunity from criminal prosecution then he should be refused entry. David Cameron has both a declared and moral duty to retain the integrity of the electorate and government of the United Kingdom.

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