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Wednesday, 23 October 2013

EU stepping up police cooperation with Israel

Israeli police treat Palestinians brutally in occupied Jerusalem; 
does that bother the EU? 

Is the European Union flouting international law by stepping up its police cooperation with Israel?

Officers from Israel are known to have taken part in a number of activities coordinated by Europol, the EU’s police agency, over the past few years.

This frequent contact comes despite how Israel’s police headquarters are located in occupied East Jerusalem. The EU has consistently stated that it regards Israel’s occupation and subsequent annexation of East Jerusalem as illegal. And a 2004 ruling from the International Court of Justice stipulated that governments and institutions throughout the world have an obligation not to abet Israel’s illegal conduct in any way.

As recently as week, Israel took part in a conference on “economic crimes” in Europol’s ultra-modern headquarters in The Hague. The previous month a high-ranking officer from Israel was among those who attended Europol’s annual police chiefs convention.” Israel was similarly represented at the same event in 2012.


1 comment:

  1. The parasitic organism now has it's own 'Jewish Parliament'. The latest round of oppression and alien laws, are at the behest of this life form in the heart of Brussels. Chatter and blog all you like folks, it aint getting us near the prize.

    Aryan Tribe MC Europe.

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