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- AN OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT WILLIAM CLINTON -
U.N. Ambassador Madeleine Kerber Albright was seen this week waddling about in the killing fields of Bosnia condemning the world for "barbarous war crimes" that remain unpunished. This is fitting, correct and hopefully will lead to justice in Rwanda, Somalia etc. Mr. President, would your Ambassador possibly find time to address the following;
EGYPTIAN POWs ORDERED TO DIG GRAVES, THEN SHOT BY ISRAELI ARMY Yediot Ahronot, Aug. 17, 1995 by Gaddy Bron
"The location of brigade headquarters was the airport area in El-Arish, Sinai. General Israel Tal was in command. We heard that hundreds of Egyptian POWs were being held in an open building and we had time to go look at them. We found about 150 prisoners densely crowded and sitting on the ground with their hands on the back of their necks." "Adjoining the prison compound, guarded by military police, there were two men sitting at a table. They wore Israeli army uniforms and steel helmets with faces almost entirely covered by sun glasses and handkerchiefs." "Every few minutes, the military police took one of the POWs from the prison and escorted him to the table where a few words were exchanged. He was then taken to a place about 100 meters behind the building and given a spade. We watched the POW dig a big pit. Then the policeman order him to throw out the spade. When he did so one of them pointed his Uzi gun at the POW inside the pit and shot two bullet bursts, consisting maybe of three, four bullets each. The POW fell dead. One followed another until the pit was filled and we watched until Colonel Eshel pulled his revolver and ordered us to leave." "The day after, a rumor circulated that in another El-Arish location hundreds of Egyptian POWs were liquidated."
BIRO to YOSSI MELMAN, HAARETZ, AUG. 17, 1995
"I do not like to say that the call to put me on trial, (for war crimes) makes me laugh but if I were put on trial for what I did then it would be necessary to put on trial at least one-half the Israeli Army... which did what I did." "I cannot be put on trial because Israel has no law referring to war crimes, except those committed by the Nazis in the World War II." "Maybe a day will come and I shall add the whole truth to the present version." Gen. Arye Biro
Mr. Clinton, the above was garnered from monthly translations of news and commentaries from the Hebrew Press, specifically, those covering atrocities by the Israeli Army. This series will continue from the 1956 Sinai war crimes until the present, with digressions back to the founding of this terrorist State. Plainly stated, we fear that your and your Khazaric administration's 'selective prosecutions', incautious panderings and favoritism will result in recriminations against us and our children.
James Floyd fax 202-456-2461
Dept. of State 202-647-1579
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