Parents might want to think twice about allowing their children to visit Israel on youth delegations…. at least until the country gets its priorities straight…. (no pun intended)

The Supreme Court of Israel has officially lost its collective mind.

The Supreme Court accepted an appeal by Yitzhak Mondrovich against his extradition on Thursday, 25 years after he arrived in Israel and 24 years after US authorities indicted him on suspicion of committing 13 sexual crimes against five boys aged nine to 13.

“The legal and moral basis of the extradition procedure according to the Israeli extradition law is not restricted to being an important tool in the war against international and domestic crime,” Justice Ayala Procaccia wrote.”

“It is also, at the same time, a procedure which takes human rights into consideration, both by the country requesting the extradition and the extraditing country. The fear of undermining an extradition procedure like this one cannot surmount the need to look at its implications for human rights and the fundamental values of the system of the country being asked to extradite.”

A country that bars journalists from entry, simply because they REPORT the truth about the occupation, bars entry to notable world leaders for fear that they might SEE the truth, is concerned about Human Rights?

What about the rights of the Palestinian people that have been living under the most inhumane occupation in centuries?

What about the rights of the Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem whose homes are siezed illegally by Jewish settlers?

What about the rights of Ethiopian children to go to school?

Obviously none of the above is important enough to be dealt with by the ‘lawmakers’ of the country.

The article that the above in italics is from can be read HERE.

Zion be proud….. you are showing the world your true colours!


  1. LGS said,

    January 15, 2010 at 17:09

    shame ! Honte ! Vergogna !

  2. Jack said,

    January 15, 2010 at 20:04

    The REAL (barely conscious) reason for Israel’s extradition laws is to keep as many Jews as possible (even bad ones) IN Israel. Israel has a demographics problem that gets worse by the day. To have a Jew, any Jew occupying space in Israel means that the space will NOT be occupied by a non-Jew. If the Israeli government had their way, they would forcibly move all Jews all over the world, even those in prisons, to settlements in Israel. Since that is impossible, they try other tactics including fear, anti-Semitism, coercion, and the law. They would love to outlaw (Jewish) abortions, but that would just make everybody leave.

  3. ben benar said,

    January 15, 2010 at 20:15

    Human Rights and Fundamental Values:

    It does make sense for a country which is based on the assumption that its population is the Chosen One and that all others are cattle! In that perspective the only human rights which exist are the rights of members of its tribe which will not accept to be judged by others – by the cattle. We have former prime minister Ariel Sharon’s word for it: “we may judge others, but nobody will ever be allowed to judge us”.

    When it comes to sexual offenses they are not really offenses as long as they concern cattle, and furthermore, the Talmud permits most perversities. So what is the problem?

    Remember also that Israeli sex offenders are the most moral in the world!

  4. Cranford said,

    January 15, 2010 at 20:34

    What part of this ruling looked at the human rights of the victums of this preditor? What part of this ruling looked at the rule of law which should unite the civilized peoples of the world together? What part of this rulling to into account the age and health condition of someone who they wanted to prosecute twice for minor involvment in events over which he had no control?

  5. Hans Schmidt said,

    January 15, 2010 at 21:28

    A criminal state with a criminal philosophy has no reason to extradite criminals to other countries.

  6. DavidG. said,

    January 16, 2010 at 02:05

    Ironically, the Jewish State chases Nazis all over the world and demands their extradition to stand trial. But Jewish criminals are O.K. and must be protected.

    God’s children have no shame!

  7. Zimbabalouie said,

    January 16, 2010 at 02:12

    Well Johnathan Pollard should settle in for the long haul. He doesn’t stand a chance in Palestine of ever getting extradited, oops I meant pardoned.

    Perhaps the other thing that American citizens should do is to force every Judge in America to recuse themselves from any case involving Jewish accused defendants if the Judge is Jewish. That would at least put a small damper on the revolving door that goes into our court houses and ends up at the airports El Al ticket counter.

    Oh and it is time to end pnce and for all the notion of dual citizenship in the USA. If you are a citizen of the USA then you are not a citizen of any other nation. You also have no business holding jobs in the government of the USA if you are not a citizen of the USA. This ain’t a racist thing, it is only a parity thing.

  8. katan said,

    January 16, 2010 at 03:43

    these people have the hardest blackest hearts i have ever seen. they will never experience inner peace because they are not true to themselves. I pity them.

  9. Christine said,

    January 16, 2010 at 06:00

    I do not like to demonize anyone, even criminals, but it is very common for people with this kind of sexual taste to go on offending, again and again.

    It would be most unusual for this person to have chosen to be celebate in Israel. Normal proceedure, after release from prison, is to have some kind of monitoring or mentoring program.

  10. Dawn Nastiuk said,

    January 16, 2010 at 16:34

    Nothing surprises me as Israel does what she wants, regardless what others think. If I were a jew I would be concerned as people are getting sick of their tactics and maybe they will suffer another holocaust.

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