Thursday, May 23, 2024

Germany in their "Nazi Minhag" vows to arrest the Jew Netanyahu upon next visit


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could face immediate arrest if he were to travel to Germany, a senior German official said Wednesday.

Steffen Hebestreit, a senior spokesman for the German government and head of the country’s press information office, responded to questions Wednesday whether Germany would enforce the arrest warrants issued by the International Criminal Court this week against Prime Minister Netanyahu and Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant.

“Of course,” Hebestreit said. “Yes, we abide by the law.”

A day earlier, Israeli Ambassador to Germany Ron Prosor called on Berlin to reject ICC chief prosecutor Karim Khan’s decision to issue arrest warrants for Netanyahu and Gallant, alongside similar warrants for three senior Hamas leaders.

“This is outrageous,” tweeted Prosor. “The German ‘Staatsräson'” – literally “reason for the state,”  referring to Germany’s support for Israel’s safety – is now being put to the test—no ifs or buts.”

“This contrasts with the weak statements we hear from some institutions and political actors. The public statement that Israel has the right to self-defense loses credibility if our hands are tied as soon as we defend ourselves.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Germans are still saying, "I am only following orders" like they claimed for their WWll crimes.