Visiting MPs call to free Schalit

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February 8, 2011 04:34

 
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Three hundred eighty members of the delegation, including members of the European Parliament and former heads of state, signed a statement calling upon the United Nations to refer “Iran’s incitement to genocide” against Israel to the Security Council.

The European delegation’s members said that Iran constitutes a threat to world peace and security, and recommended that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and other Iranian leaders be referred to the International Criminal Court for incitement to genocide, as well as for repressing human rights in Iran itself.

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