Monday, February 28, 2011

Israeli Soldiers Cleared Over Killings ( No Surprise There Then!)

No criminal offense has been committed by the Israeli military over the assassination of a senior Hamas leader and more than a dozen other Palestinians, Tel Aviv says.

The probe -- carried out by Israel -- has concluded that the Israeli army acted on faulty intelligence and the assassinations were justified and did not constitute a criminal act.

On July 22, 2002, Israel dropped a one-ton bomb on a house in Gaza City, killing Hamas leader Salah Shehade along with 16 other Palestinians, including nine children.

The assassinations led to widespread international condemnation at that time.'


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