Mark Tapscott makes a note of how Interpol has been viewing Israel lately:
But what if he simply sees it as an innocuous path to the arrest and prosecution of selected political opponents for "crimes against humanity" in, say, Iraq and Afghanistan? The Far Left would get its pound of Bush-Cheney flesh, while leaving minimal blood on Obama's hands and giving his defense and foreign policy critics reason to think twice before speaking candidly against him in the future.Obama's goal in signing this executive order remains unanswered--as is the question of how far reaching the consequences may be.
If this seems far-fetched, let me remind you that this is the same Interpol and ICC that took seriously Iran's Oct. 3, 2009, request that 25 top Israeli civilian and military officials be placed on the international "Most Wanted" list because of their actions in Gaza against murderous Palestinian radicals.[emphasis added]
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