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  1. This is most disturbing. Thanks for bringing it out. I plan to write about it on my sajepress blog also.
    Oh, and thanks for the great work you are doing. I admire you.
    Zafar Khan

  2. RE: “Once again showing why Israel has placed itself squarely outside the realm of western democratic nations.” – R.S.


    (excerpt) The International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance is an international human rights instrument of the United Nations and intended to prevent forced disappearance. The text was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 20 December 2006 and opened for signature on 6 February 2007. It entered into force on 23 December 2010.[3] As of December 2010, 87 states have signed, and 21 have ratified or acceded.[2]…

    Source – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Convention_for_the_Protection_of_All_Persons_from_Enforced_Disappearance
    P.S. Israel: “A blight unto the nations!”

  3. this article only brings one side of the story
    sure, the wife believes her husband when he tells her the 100,000$ he brought home cash is from his work in the plant.
    you’re either naive, or just anti-israeli.

    1. Hey, this “proud Israeli” taxi driver has a direct line to Shabak headquarters and knows what’s going on in Abu Seesi’s cell. BTW, this is precisely the charge they brought against Azmi Bishara. Lots of money passing through his accounts that he couldn’t explain. Money clearly going to bring about an Israeli revolution & topple the Jewish state. Abu Seesi no doubt got his money in return for bringing home Ukrainian weapons for Hamas. Great story.

      BTW, there’s only one side of the story because of an Israeli gag order. Care to lift the gag so we can report on both sides of the story? Rotter even censored my post about the story, no doubt at the direction of their Shabak friends.

  4. Once again, another great piece of investigative reporting, Richard. Thanks. Can you somehow bring these stories to the attention of the mainstream media, like the BBC?

    Just this morning the BBC World Service radio reported this story about an ex-FBI agent Robert Levinson, who disappeared 4 years ago in Kish, Iran: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-12641909 The story maid it into the headlines for the whole world to hear.

    So I guess your stories of abducted Palestinians also deserve to be heard by broader audiences.

    1. A BBC reporter subscribes to my blog. I’ll e mail him about this one. I’ve sent e mails to a number of Israeli and foreign journalists who report out of Israel. But usually they don’t go for my stuff unless the moon is in the Seventh House.

  5. Richard,

    Thanks for another important scoop. It becomes more and more evident that Israel’s government resembles Mubarak’s more than a democratic one.

    btw, also a good idea to let a couple of the vile racist comments you are getting from regime backers. It is this ideology, often diluted and obscured but nonetheless always present, that drives the regime’s logicl

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