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Wednesday, December 16, 2009
UK judge issues arrest warrant for former Israeli foreign minister for pursuing foreign policy someone in UK doesn't like

Only one way to stop this kind of "universal jurisdiction"/"human rights" horseshit: Israel can issue a warrant for the judge who issued the warrant. And drop a hint that Israel, unlike the airhead rest of the world, actually knows something about extraterritorial enforcement.

UPDATE: "UK ponders law change after Tzipi Livni arrest warrant." Jolly good and about bloody time. Don't miss the Livni video statement in this link.