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Assassination has always been a darker side of politics!

November 24, 2016 22:54

It may help the cause back home in Israel, but how will it impact on international relations?
The Arab world are going to be evermore suspicious of Israel and their methods, and the 65 million Brits & Irish aren't going to be happy being dragged through the mud - and facing the future prospect of suspicion when they travel to Arab countries (& let's remember many live and work in Dubai).
Overall this isn't going to quash growing antisemetism around the globe but only increase it.
Will the Israeli goverment apologise to UK and Ireland for allowing it's citizens (or agencies) to do this, affecting those whose names were used and these nations as a whole? Probably not as Israel thinks it's a law unto it's self, and doesn't seem to too concerned about it's relations with other countries (unless necessary for it's own purposes), Jewish people in the UK don't seem to bothered either - as it's seen as a means to an end, and if others are caught up in their pursuits who cares?

November 24, 2016 22:54

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