ずくなしの冷や水

2019年11月05日

犯罪国家イスラエル! おぞましすぎます でも現実です

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2019/11/3のツイート
犯罪国家イスラエル! きょう何度も流されている映像。足止めしたパレスチナ人を放ち、行けと言っておいて、ライフルで射殺。殺人をエンジョイするイスラエル軍。

https://twitter.com/i/status/1190899450430009344



こんなことは絶対に許されない。以下は2019/11/4 0:30時点で収録。

The Palestine Institute for Public Diplomacy@ThePIPD

2h
Viewer discretion is advised: After #Israeli occupation forces yell at him to leave, the young #Palestinian man puts up his arms and walks away. He is then shot in the back by the Israeli soldiers.

realSeifBitar@BitarReal

8h
STOPPED, RELEASED, , , Then ❝❝Shot Dead❞❞
After stopping this #Palestinian worker who was returning home from work at evening hours, #Israeli occupation forces released him & ordered him to go back where he came from, , , , then, they shot him in ❝COLD BLOOD❞

Anwar Pal@AnwarPrinceP

8h
WATCH: killing for fun by #ISraeli soldiers, killing a peaceful innocent Palestinian who doesn’t present any threat to them. #ISraeliCrimes #Terrorism #FreePalestine #GroupPalestine


ISISの有力支援国だったことは間違いないです。



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:38| Comment(2) | 国際・政治

Report: Kushner Gives MbS Permission to Arrest Khashoggi

Report: Kushner Gives MbS Permission to Arrest Khashoggi
TEHRAN (FNA)- President Donald Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner gave permission to Saudi ruler Mohammad bin Salman (MbS) to arrest journalist Jamal Khashoggi before he was killed and dismembered, a whistleblower claimed.

However, Turkish intelligence intercepted the call and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan then used the information to force Trump to remove his troops from Northern Syria, according to Spectator.

The report claims that investigators on the Democratic-led House Intelligence Committee are aware of these allegations and are planning to dig further into them while pursuing the impeachment inquiry over Trump’s dealings with Ukraine.

It also claims that the number of intelligence whistleblowers who are willing to give evidence to the impeachment committee is seven.

The three already known are the original anonymous CIA officer, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and Tim Morrison, the NSC’s director for European and Russian Affairs.

The Khashoggi whistleblower takes that tally up to four, meaning there are three others waiting in the wings.

Khashoggi was a Washington Post columnist who at one point was considered close to the ruling Saudi royal family but later became disillusioned by its powerful young prince.

In October 2018, Khashoggi visited the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to sort documents before he was to be married to his Turkish fiancee, Hatice Cengiz. He never emerged.

The Turkish government announced it has evidence that Khashoggi was killed and his body was dismembered. The Central Intelligence Agency and other Western governments believe that MbS ordered Khashoggi’s killing.

In recent interviews with American media outlets, MbS said he bears responsibility for the Khashoggi killing "because it happened under my watch", but he denies ordering the murder.

"It happened under my watch," he told PBS, adding, "I get all the responsibility, because it happened under my watch."

After initial denials, the official Saudi narrative blamed the murder on rogue operatives.

The public prosecutor announced that the then-deputy intelligence chief ordered the repatriation of Khashoggi, a royal insider who became an outspoken critic, but the lead negotiator ordered him killed after discussions for his return failed. Eleven Saudi suspects have been put on trial in secretive proceedings but only a few hearings have been held.

A United Nations report has called for MbS and other senior Saudi officials to be investigated.

The fallout from the killing has damaged the international reputation of the 33-year-old and there have been rumours of a growing rift between him and his father, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.

Kushner, who is a top White House aide whose portfolio includes diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia, has defended MbS. His ties with the Saudi prince have come under scrutiny after it was learned that the two communicated through text messages on WhatsApp.

The Presidential Records Act prohibits senior White House officials from using non-official email or messaging accounts for government business.

Democrats in Congress have sent letters demanding that the White House provide documents about senior aides' use of private email and text services.

The Trump administration has refused to condemn the Saudi prince despite its spy agencies saying he is responsible for Khashoggi’s death.

Both Republicans and Democrats slammed Trump last month after he agreed to Erdogan’s request to remove American forces from the Northern Syria region which shares a border with Turkey.

Erdogan then sent Turkish troops into Kurdish-held areas of Northern Syria, triggering a humanitarian crisis.

The Republican president is under increasing pressure as the House of Representatives forges ahead with its investigation of whether Trump solicited help from Ukraine as he seeks re-election next year.

Leaders of the Democratic-controlled House expect to begin public hearings in the next few weeks.

The inquiry was launched on September 24 after a whistleblower complaint from the unidentified US intelligence official who was concerned the president’s actions on Ukraine were illegal and jeopardized national security.

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 02:29| Comment(0) | 国際・政治