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Ehud Barak to arrive to France, French activists threaten to sue him
Ehud Barak to arrive to France, French activists threaten to sue him
The French peace activists, who participated in the fleet of freedom aid convoy, plan to sue Israel in the International Court of Justice for committing a "war crime" aggression against the fleet of freedom in international waters.
Sunday, June 13,2010 16:03
by Omar Ghraieb paltelegraph.com
tags: Freedom Flotilla / Gaza / Gaza Siege / Israeli War Crimes / IOF / War Criminals / Peace Activists / International Court / Security Council /
Posted in Palestine , Eye on IOF  
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