Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Radical court rules "Palestinians" can sue Israel

The Hellenized State of Self-loathing Jews continued its suicidal march to destruction this morning when the Israeli Supreme Court, comprised largely of anti-Zionist leftwing intellectuals, voted to overturn an Israeli law that forbade "Palestinians" from suing Israel for any damages they may have suffered during military operations.

Jerusalem Post - Following a ruling by the High Court of Justice on Tuesday that nullified an amendment to the Civil Wrongs (Liability of the State) Law that was passed by the Knesset on July 27, 2005, granting the state broad immunity from lawsuits filed by civilians for damages suffered in the intifada, nearly 600 petitioners have announced following the ruling that they intended to sue the State. In addition, 550 suits currently frozen will be reopened. The suits could potentially cost the State hundreds of millions of shekels, Israel Radio reported.

A High Court of Justice panel headed by retired Supreme Court president Aharon Barak ruled on Tuesday that Palestinian residents of the West Bank and Gaza could file lawsuits against Israel for damages incurred in IDF operations, provided that the operations in question did not take place as part of a clearly defined "war."

This is the equivalent, of course, to Israel giving the Germans the right to sue the Jews for any damages the crematoriums may have caused to the environment from all the Jew corpses that had to be incinerated during the Holocaust.

Ironicallly, this ruling takes place while Olmert is socializing in Germany with the German chancellor, who currently has forces stationed in southern Lebanon poised to shoot down any Israeli planes that fly within their air space.



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