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July 3, 2016 10:47 am

Israel’s Tzipi Livni Summoned by London Police Over War Crimes Accusations

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Zionist Union Co-Chairperson Tzipi Livni on the BBC. Photo: Screenshot

Zionist Union Co-Chairperson Tzipi Livni on the BBC. Photo: Screenshot

Israel’s former foreign minister and Zionist Union lawmaker Tzipi Livni was summoned for questioning by British authorities when she arrived in London over alleged war crimes claims, Israel’s Foreign Ministry confirmed on Sunday.

Livni, who arrived in London to attend a Haaretz conference, was summoned by Scotland Yard over her alleged involvement in committing war crimes and violations of the Geneva Convention during the IDF’s military offensive in 2008-9 Gaza, known as Operation Cast Lead, during which time she served as foreign minister.

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  • Jonah

    It seems Israelis are going to be personna non grata in Europe. Time to start selling your goods in Russia, China, India and other country’s without western ties. The west is totally under the control of the beast system. Russia and China will be squaring off with them. The west has abandoned Christianity and therefore God has abandoned them. Players such as Tzippi, Netanyahu or anyone of authority will not be safe in European countries. Israel must be destroyed acts to defend itself will be catagarized as war crimes. The beast is the god of Islam and Israel stands alone as their only true threat on this planet…..by her mere existence.

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  • Yaakov

    Why are Israelis always so intent on going to places where they’re not welcome?

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