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Barhoum asks UK to prosecute war criminals, not encourage them
Barhoum asks UK to prosecute war criminals, not encourage them
Fawzi Barhoum, a Hamas spokesman, said that amendments to laws by any country for the sake of pardoning Israeli war criminals would serve as immunity for those criminals and a cover for continuing their crimes.
Sunday, July 11,2010 00:57

Barhoum told the PIC on Saturday that such a step would run contrary to international laws and norms that stipulate prosecuting criminals.

The spokesman asked the UK to pursue the model of other countries that took legal action against "Zionist criminals", adding that any such amendment would not serve stability and security. "It will rather encourage the Israeli state terrorism against the Palestinian people," he said, calling on Britain to apprehend those "criminals" and to put them on trial

tags: War Criminals / Hamas / Zionist / Fawzi Barhoum / International Laws / Palestinian people
Posted in Palestine  
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