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Peretz Successfully Escapes British Arrest Warrant

Al-Manar – July 6, 2011

Israel was able to let former Defense Minister Amir Peretz escape from London secretly immediately after an arrest warrant was issued against him.

Zionist Yedioth Ahronoth daily reported that Peretz succeeded in escaping from the country immediately after an arrest warrant was issued against him for executing war crimes during the Israeli outrageous war on Lebanese in July 2006.

The Zionist Minister had arrived to London to hold a lecture, despite being warned by the Israeli security and judicial apparatuses that he might be arrested by the British authorities for committing these crimes. However, Peretz chose not to respond to their advice and took off to London.

The newspaper further pointed out that Israeli security sources informed Peretz at the last moment that the British police have prepared an arrest warrant, which urged him to cancel his lecture, and accompany the Israeli security forces that successfully let him escape before the arrest.

July 6, 2011 - Posted by | War Crimes

1 Comment

  1. How did Israel know of the arrest warrant?
    Sounds like espionage British or Israeli.


    Comment by kim | July 6, 2011

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