- There is nothing complicated about the July 19 murder
of Israeli judge Adi Azar. The murderers have already confessed but the
Israeli government is rejecting the confession. Accepting it could ruin
the "peace" process. So, the Israeli media is spreading salacious
gossip about the judge's personal life, including "a love triangle."
- The key to the cover-up is convincing the public that
Yasir Arafat never tells the truth. Let's have a look at the events leading
up to the murder:
- July 10 - World Court In Hague orders Israel to remove
its security fence.
- July 11 - Tel Aviv bomb kills 19 year old soldier, wounds
- July 12 - American court orders PLO to pay the family
of American terror victim Yaron Ungar, $116 million in damages.
- July 12 - Arafat: Israel Staged Tel Aviv Bombing by Abu
Khaled Toameh, Jerusalem Post:
- "Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat condemned
Sunday's Tel Aviv bomb explosion that was claimed by his Aksa Martyrs Brigade,
accusing Israel of masterminding the attack...This is not the first time
Arafat has accused Israel of carrying out attacks against Israelis. In
the past, he accused the Israeli security services of assassinating tourism
minister Rehavam Zeevi."
- The Tel Aviv bombing was out of character. It
was not a suicide attack, rather a bomb hidden in bushes near a bus stop.
It was designed to do the least possible damage while appearing to be a
major incident. As for Zeevi, my research has Arafat dead-on right about
Zeevi. (Please read Save Israel! for details).
- Now we look at the American court decision,
also from the Jerusalem Post.
- July 13 - US Court, PA Must Pay Terror Victims Family
- "In what may be a landmark blow to global terrorist
financing, a federal judge in the US ordered the Palestinian Liberation
Organization to pay $116 million to the family of a US citizen murdered
in Israel eight years ago."
- There are thousands of terror victims, dead
or mutilated, and at $116 million a pop, the PLO and its murder state would
be bankrupted if this ruling sets a precedent. Now, on to Judge Azar.
He was adjudicating terror compensation cases in Tel Aviv and the PLO could
not have liked his rulings. Nor could their supporters in the Israeli "peace"
- Let us look at how Judge Azar handled the
issue of the suit against the Egged bus company against Arafat and his
- Arutz Sheva IsraelNationalNews.com
- "Arafat Goes To Court A bill for 52 million shekels
did what nothing else was able to do: get PLO chieftain Yasser Arafat to
recognize Israelis courts. He turned yesterday to the Tel Aviv District
Court, asking it to overturn a decision of seven weeks ago obligating him
personally to pay that sum. The court, ruling on a suit by Egged, Israel's
main bus company, stated that Arafat must compensate the company for terrorism-related
damages caused during the first year of the ongoing Oslo War.
- "Egged had claimed in the suit that Arafat himself,
as the one who drafted and sent terrorists to carry out terrorist attacks,
must be made to know that the costs will come out of his own pocket. "This
is just another way to wage the war against terrorism," Egged claimed.
In the first year of the Oslo War, Egged suffered more than 50 attacks,
in which 113 people were killed, including a bus driver, and 594 were wounded,
including 19 drivers. Financial damage added up to over 164 million shekels.
- "The court ruled in early February, after Arafat
did not even bother to respond to the papers served against him, that he
must pay the sum - plus court costs of 100,000 shekels.
- "Atty. Yosef Arnon, representing Arafat, claimed
in court yesterday that the lawyers representing the PA/PLO in the case
were not his client's, and that Arafat therefore cannot be judged to have
received the court papers. Arafat's lawyer also asked that the judge, Hon.
Adi Azar, be disqualified from the case."
- For more details of the Egged case, visit: http://www.haaretzdaily.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=259128
- As for Judge Azar's treatment of the PLO lawyer
- "Attorney Jamal Abu Toameh, an Arab citizen of Israel,
has been replaced by Yossi Arnon, a Jewish lawyer. "We realized that
in an Israeli court you have to be a Jew to accomplish anything,"
says Farih Abu Madin. Last week, Arnon made his debut as the PA's lawyer
in the Tel Aviv District Court, in a hearing on the Egged suit.
- "'This is not a terrorist case, but a civil case
involving a damage suit,' he said. Cross-examining the director of the
bus company's financial division, Arnon focused on the question of whether
Egged's profits had shrunk not because of the terrorist attacks but because
it lost its monopoly status as an intercity carrier.
- '"However, the judge, Dr. Adi Azar, refused to accept
Arnon's approach. "Even though this is a civil suit," he wrote
in an interim decision, "it deals in its entirety with a lengthy chain
of acts of terrorism and atrocity that are exceptional even by international
criteria, which unfortunately occurred in the recent past in Israel ...
It cannot be treated as a routine, regular breach of contract suit, as
though we were dealing with a cupboard that someone ordered but was not
delivered, or a check not honored by a bank.'"
- In another suit against the PLO, Judge Azar upheld
his position, and his integrity:
- "In a decision of January 2003 to place a lien on
NIS 4 million in favor of Yosef Azouz, who was wounded in the March 2002
terrorist attack at the Sea Food Market restaurant, the registrar of the
Tel Aviv District Court, Adi Azar, wrote, 'Immunity accrues to those who
follow accepted and civilized modes of behavior, and not to those who take
hold of an instrument of war and embark on a path of indiscriminate murders.'"
- Judge Azar's precedents threatened the PLO with
more than an endless payout to its victims. He also forced the Palestinian
Authority to reveal its assets in court.
- Cause of losses
- "A different reality is revealed in the courts.
In an attempt to annul the temporary liens, the PA stated that it possessed
considerable assets and would not have a problem meeting the payments required
by the courts if the courts ruled that the PA had to compensate the plaintiffs.
In an affidavit to the Tel Aviv District Court in the Egged suit, Muhand
Aljaouni, an aide to Palestinian Finance Minister Salam Fayyad, stated
that the PA owns assets 'whose value is dozens of times greater than the
amount of the suit ... The Palestinian Authority has investments worth
about $600 million in various companies.'
- "A document attached to the affidavit provides details
of the PA's investments. The PA is said to have $74 million in cash and
to be a partner in 64 companies, including communications firms in Jordan,
Algeria and Tunisia, a Palestinian cement company, a gas and aviation project,
real estate transactions worth $15 million, hotels, a flour mill, a convention
center in Bethlehem and the companies that market Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola
in the territories."
- Judge Azar was forcing the PA to prove it could
not pay the compensation his court was demanding. Does anyone believe that
the PA only has $74 million in cash? Arafat has more than that in his piggy
bank. Nonetheless, the revelation of the PA's corrupt business interests
was bound to scare the recipients of Arafat's largesse.
- So he had to go to save the "peace."
The murderer dressed as a security officer and cased the judge's home for
three days before making his move. He placed a silencer on his pistol,
shot the judge five times and managed to escape on a motorcycle. This was
no mean trick in late afternoon Tel Aviv traffic. Odds are he drove to
a nearby safe house. Which means, the killer was getting help inside Israel.
Which means, the "peace process" hit squad of the Shabak was
helping out Arafat.
- Arafat's Al Aksa Brigade took responsibility
for the hit and the Israeli government took enormous pains to scoff at
the claim. Most likely they were just accessories to the crime, but their
boss derived all the benefits from the removal of Judge Azar. The next
judge adjudicating compensation cases against the PLO, whether in Israel
or abroad, will think twice before ruling in favor of the plaintiffs.
- Watch out for a patsy to take the blame because
if the Israeli public were to discover that Arafat ordered the hit, and
turned to his allies in the Israeli "peace" camp to carry it
out, the whole Oslo process would likely collapse. Which is why the lurid
gossip about Judge Azar's private life is being spread like the fertilizer
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