Call for the prosecution of Bush and Blair over Iraq

Call for the prosecution of Bush and Blair over Iraq

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Follow-up – and babysit –
South African Bishop called, “Desmond Tutu” to prosecute former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and former U.S. President George W. Bush before the International Criminal Court in The Hague against the backdrop of the Iraq war, demanding that the Adana because of the moral and material destruction caused by this war.

He accused Tutu, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in the fight against racial discrimination in his country, Blair and Bush of lying because of weapons of mass destruction, adding that the US-led invasion of Iraq made the world “less stable and more divided than any other conflict in history.” And added ” military action led by the United States and Britain prepared the ground for the civil war now taking place in Syria and the emergence of a wider conflict in the Middle East. ”

He noted that the death toll in Iraq either during the invasion or after sufficient alone to try Blair and Bush before the International Criminal Court, explaining that “suffering and causing loss of life should they meet the same fate solution leaders Africans and Asians found themselves standing in front of the International Criminal Court to justify their actions “.

The bishop said that in addition to the death toll, there is a moral heavy losses suffered by the human civilization without any gains realized it got stiff in the hearts and minds of members of the human family in different parts of the world. “Tutu asked,” Is eased potential terrorist attacks? To what extent we have succeeded in bringing the Muslim and Jewish worlds from each other and plant the seeds of understanding and hope? Blair and Bush ahead bad example .. If leaders lied, it should Isdh right? “.

He added, “If it is acceptable to take drastic action leaders based on a lie without approval of, or apology when it detects ordered them, what can we teach our children?” The opinion of the newspaper that raise this issue after nearly ten years on the invasion of Iraq shows that the specter of war that has gripped Iraq still casts a shadow on the career of Blair despite leaving the prime minister under his attempt aimed to burnish his image in public life. Was Tutu withdrew last week from Conference devoted to the leadership of South Africa witnessed involving Blair, compared to $ 150 thousand pounds sterling
Source: alrayy