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    • 19.02.10 | 09:19 (IST)

    Well, this is just another headsup for israel. Supercrook's effusive praise for what is clearly a violation of international law is amusing. The reality is that israel's much vaunted intelligence apparatus is but a mere shadow of what it once was. It is not that israel's MIF mossad is all that great, or effective. It is just that they have the chutzpa to do what other nations would consider to he beyond the pale. Israel has enjoyed, for years, a lack of accountability for doiong what would bring any other civilized nation's government to ruin. Witness the blowback from Iran Contra, Baby bush and his brain cheny, and countless others. The days of the wild wild west are over. It is well known which three signatures are needed for an international murder to be approved in israel. With nations waking up to how to judicially punish contract writers and hitmen, whether state sponsored or not, israel will have to find another way to get around the rules... The party is over, thanks to bibi

    from the article: Netanyahu may be brave in Dubai, but he's a coward at home
    First published 01:26 19.02.10 | Last updated 10:31 20.02.10
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