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Amos Yaron guilty of crimes against humanity and genocide. State of Israel guilty of genocide | Kuala Lumpur - "Tribunal Issues Landmark Verdict against Israel for Genocide -- Analysis and Opinion," by Yoichi Shimatsu

On Tuesday, December 3, 2013 2:41 PM, "Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S."  wrote:


http://www.globalresearch.ca/tribunal-issues-landmark-verdict-against-israel-for-genocide/5359944

To a crowded courtroom on the late afternoon of November 25, presiding Judge Lamin Mohd Yunus announced the verdict by an international panel of seven jurists:
 
“The Tribunal is satisfied, beyond reasonable doubt, that the first defendant, (General) Amos Yaron, is guilty of crimes against humanity and genocide, and the second defendant, the State of Israel, is guilty of genocide.”
 

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