Netanyahu is a War Criminal: Sign the Petition to the British Parliament. “Netanyahu to be Arrested when he arrives in London”
A Petition has been launched under the auspices of the British parliament calling for the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu upon his official state visit to the United Kingdom scheduled for September.
The text of the petition is published on the UK Parliament website,
It demands Netanyahu’s arrest upon his arrival:
Benjamin Netanyahu to be arrested for war crimes when he arrives in London
Benjamin Netanyahu is to hold talks in London this September. Under international law he should be arrested for war crimes upon arrival in the U.K for the massacre of over 2000 civilians in 2014.
CLICK HERE TO SIGN THE PETITION (or click the image below)
UPDATE: MORE THAT 62,000 HAVE SIGNED (16/08)
REACH 100,000 BY AUGUST 24,
CONFRONT PRIME MINISTER CAMERON FOR PROTECTING A WAR CRIMINAL
UNDER THE UK ”LAW OF UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION” –AMENDED BY THE CAMERON GOVERNMENT–, NETANYAHU COULD HAVE BEEN BE ARRESTED. THE AMENDMENT IS MEANT TO PROTECT WAR CRIMINALS (INCLUDING TONY BLAIR) AND THEIR CRONIES.
DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS,
PERSONA NON GRATA IN U.K. AND EU
CANCELLATION OF NETANYAHU’S STATE VISIT TO U.K.
This petition can be signed by UK citizens as well UK residents. British citizens living overseas are eligible to sign the petition.
As a British citizen born in Wales, I signed the petition this afternoon (EST).
Since then the petition has received another one thousand signatures. At the time of writing it was in excess of 55,000. It is currently running at about 170 an hour.
If it reaches 100,000, it will be considered for debate in the House of Commons. (See procedures).
If that happens, Netanyahu may decide to postpone his visit to the United Kingdom. Of course, the parliament could be pressured to delay the debate until AFTER Netanhayu’s visit.
We call upon British citizens and British residents who are committed to Human Rights and the Rule of Law to sign this petition. Amply documented, Netanyahu is a war criminal. His Western political partners in the US, Britain, France and Germany are complicit in supporting a war criminal.
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This will send a clear message to Netanyahu that if and when he sets foot in the U.K., he could potentially face a citizens’ arrest.
Crimes of Genocide: Judgement against the State of Israel
In November 2013, the State of Israel was indicted on ”crimes of genocide” (Judgement of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal, November 25, 2013).
“The Prosecution provided evidence of facts which, examined as a whole, show that the perpetrators had committed acts against the Palestinians, with intent to kill, cause serious bodily or mental harms and deliberately inflict conditions of life calculated to bring about the physical destruction of the Palestinians as a whole or in part”.
Professor Michel Chossudovsky is a member of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission (KLWCC) which initiated the above indictment against the State of Israel on ”crimes of genocide” against the State of Israel, (Judgement of the Tribunal, November 25, 2013). The KL War Crimes Commission is chaired by the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad
The Petition has created controversy in Israel. A spokesman for the British Embassy has reassured the Netanyahu government that ”According to British law, foreign heads of state enjoy immunity from the legal process, and cannot be arrested or detained.” There was no official statement or denial by Her Majesty’s Government that Netanyahu is NOT a war criminal.
In turn, The Israeli Foreign Ministry has categorized the petition as “a PR exercise with no practical significance.”
Petitions which reach 100,000 signatures are almost always debated. …MPs might consider your petition for a debate before it reaches 100,000 signatures….
The Petitions Committee
The Petitions Committee can: …
- ask for evidence from the Government or other relevant people or organisations
- press the government for action
- ask another parliamentary committee to look into the topic raised by a petition
- put forward a petition for debate
The Petitions Committee is set up by the House of Commons. It comprises up to 11 backbench Members of Parliament from Government and Opposition parties. The number of committee members from each political party is representative of the membership of the House of Commons as a whole.