The best way to resolve this matter is for the accused Israelis to turn themselves in and face a trial where they can then prove their innocence. By hiding from justice, the accused only reinforce the impression that they may in fact be guilty, whereas an innocent man would welcome the chance to clear their name. I would suggest that had Israel dealt with these charges properly in its own courts, the matter of having to seek justice in international courts would not have been necessary, but for Israel to demand that Britain change its laws only for Israelis accused of such crimes is outrageous and preposterous.
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