Monday, October 5, 2009

Notice of occasional commentary

Following publication of the Goldstone Report, prospects for the arrest and prosecution of suspects detailed on this blog whilst travelling abroad, appear to have improved. I therefore intend to post the odd piece of commentary as and when there is news concerning any such prospect.

Two items of news have prompted this post:
  1. The refusal of a UK court to issue an arrest warrant for Ehud Barrak for execution during his official visit to London on 30th September last.
  2. Moshe Yaalon's cancellation of a scheduled visit to London on 5th October on the advice of his officials who feared he may be subject to arrest.
It is clear that the Israeli Top Brass are becoming distinctly nervous about foreign travel which is progress of sorts.

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