Here is one major example of these criminals being caught in a lie, and being forced to rescind their false claims to justify their murder of 20 innocent people in the flotilla. Here is one of the latest articles coming from an excellent news source: www.uruknet.info, where the fantastic BS claim by the IDF that the passengers were members of "Al-Qaeda" has been quietly withdrawn by the criminal Israelis themselves. Here is that article: (link: http://uruknet.info/?p=m66626&hd=&size=1&l=e)
Under Scrutiny, IDF Retracts Claims About Flotilla’s Al Qaeda Links
June 3, 2010
Not content to believe that night vision goggles signal membership in Al Qaeda, Israel-based freelance reporter Lia Tarachansky and I called the IDF press office to ask for more conclusive evidence. Tarachansky reached the IDF’s Israel desk, interviewing a spokesperson in Hebrew; I spoke with the North America desk, using English. We both received the same reply from Army spokespeople: "We don’t have any evidence. The press release was based on information from the [Israeli] National Security Council." (The Israeli National Security Council is Netanyahu’s kitchen cabinet of advisors).
Today, the Israeli Army’s press office changed the headline of its press release (see below), basically retracting its claim about the flotilla’s Al Qaeda links. The new headline reads: "Attackers of the IDF Soldiers Found Without Identification Papers" (the top of the browser screen still contains the original headline about Al Qaeda). The more Israel’s claims about the flotilla’s terrorist links are challenged, the more they fall apart.
:: Article nr. 66626 sent on 04-jun-2010 05:48 ECT
NTS Notes: I guarantee that many of the other lies put forward by these criminals will quickly disappear, or be quietly removed from news sources.
It is the criminal Israeli hope that this entire murderous episode disappears eventually and the world's attention will be diverted elsewhere. Therefore it is up to us to make sure that they do not get away with this murder of innocent lives.
More to come