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  1. #1
    Awake
    Guest
    I'll bet there are no network television interviews awaiting this guy in
    the U.S., the "American" media will do everything they can as always
    to keep Israel and the legions of Israelis inside America happy.

    October 12, 2003

    Vanunu faces curbs after jail


    GROUPS campaigning for Mordechai Vanunu, the whistleblower who revealed
    details of Israel's nuclear weapons programme to The Sunday Times, fear
    that his movements will be restricted when he is finally freed next year
    after 171/2 years in prison, writes Peter Hounam.

    Ernest Rodker, head of the Campaign to Free Vanunu, said there were
    suggestions that Israel's security establishment might try to keep him
    under a form of house arrest and deny him a passport.

    Representatives of campaign groups from North America, Europe and the Far
    East have said they would resist any further attempt to limit Vanunu's
    freedom. Supporters are being encouraged to travel to Israel to attend a
    rally outside Ashkelon jail when he is freed in April.

    "This should be a moment of celebration, not uncertainty," Rodker said.
    "Mordechai is in a very positive mood. He no longer seems weighed down by
    the terrible things that happened to him.

    "After coming to London to thank everyone who has helped him, he hopes to
    settle in America. We are counting the days to when he will be free and
    hope no obstacles will be placed in his way."

    Vanunu, a nuclear technician, disclosed in 1986 that Israel was making
    advanced weapons of mass destruction. He was lured by a woman Mossad agent
    to Italy, kidnapped, smuggled to Israel and convicted of treason and
    espionage.

    He spent the first 11 years of his 18-year sentence in solitary
    confinement. The sentence has been reduced by six months
    under a rule that applies to all long-term prisoners in Israel.

    His brother Meir, who lives in Australia, visited him regularly during the
    summer. "I am amazed at his inner strength," he said. "I just want to make
    sure that when he is free he is given a chance to adjust. Many things have
    changed since he was locked up in 1986, including the pace of life in the
    21st century."




    See More: Israeli Whistleblower headed to America?




  2. #2
    Chris Russell
    Guest

    Re: Israeli Whistleblower headed to America?

    This has nothing at all to do with cell phones or any of the newsgroups
    you posted it to. Don't waste our time, please.

    --
    Chris

    Please respond on Usenet or Phonescoop.com


    [email protected]er (Awake) wrote in article
    <[email protected]>:
    > I'll bet there are no network television interviews awaiting this guy in
    > the U.S., the "American" media will do everything they can as always
    > to keep Israel and the legions of Israelis inside America happy.
    >
    > October 12, 2003
    >
    > Vanunu faces curbs after jail
    >
    >
    > GROUPS campaigning for Mordechai Vanunu, the whistleblower who revealed
    > details of Israel's nuclear weapons programme to The Sunday Times, fear
    > that his movements will be restricted when he is finally freed next year
    > after 171/2 years in prison, writes Peter Hounam.
    >
    > Ernest Rodker, head of the Campaign to Free Vanunu, said there were
    > suggestions that Israel's security establishment might try to keep him
    > under a form of house arrest and deny him a passport.
    >
    > Representatives of campaign groups from North America, Europe and the Far
    > East have said they would resist any further attempt to limit Vanunu's
    > freedom. Supporters are being encouraged to travel to Israel to attend a
    > rally outside Ashkelon jail when he is freed in April.
    >
    > "This should be a moment of celebration, not uncertainty," Rodker said.
    > "Mordechai is in a very positive mood. He no longer seems weighed down by
    > the terrible things that happened to him.
    >
    > "After coming to London to thank everyone who has helped him, he hopes to
    > settle in America. We are counting the days to when he will be free and
    > hope no obstacles will be placed in his way."
    >
    > Vanunu, a nuclear technician, disclosed in 1986 that Israel was making
    > advanced weapons of mass destruction. He was lured by a woman Mossad agent
    > to Italy, kidnapped, smuggled to Israel and convicted of treason and
    > espionage.
    >
    > He spent the first 11 years of his 18-year sentence in solitary
    > confinement. The sentence has been reduced by six months
    > under a rule that applies to all long-term prisoners in Israel.
    >
    > His brother Meir, who lives in Australia, visited him regularly during the
    > summer. "I am amazed at his inner strength," he said. "I just want to make
    > sure that when he is free he is given a chance to adjust. Many things have
    > changed since he was locked up in 1986, including the pace of life in the
    > 21st century."
    >


    [posted via phonescoop.com]



  3. #3
    Lawrence Glasser
    Guest

    Re: Israeli Whistleblower headed to America?

    Chris Russell wrote:
    >
    > This has nothing at all to do with cell phones or any of the newsgroups
    > you posted it to. Don't waste our time, please.


    Actually, for all intents and purposes, it has nothing to do with anything!

    Don't go away mad, just go away.

    Larry



  4. #4
    Booger
    Guest

    Re: Israeli Whistleblower headed to America?


    "Awake" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'll bet there are no network television interviews awaiting this guy in
    > the U.S., the "American" media will do everything they can as always
    > to keep Israel and the legions of Israelis inside America happy.
    >
    >

    Complaints-To: [email protected]





  5. #5
    George
    Guest

    Re: Israeli Whistleblower headed to America?

    On Sun, 12 Oct 2003 20:52:45 GMT, "Booger" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    > "Awake" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> I'll bet there are no network television interviews awaiting this guy
    >> in the U.S., the "American" media will do everything they can as
    >> always to keep Israel and the legions of Israelis inside America
    >> happy.
    >>
    >>

    > Complaints-To: [email protected]
    >


    I hope you relize that you look a bigger idiot than the skin-head troll
    who posted the original message. Go look up "Anonymous Remailer".

    Best to add "Israel" to "Superman" and "World Trade Center" to your kill
    file for these groups and get on with your life.





  6. #6
    Melvyn Scott
    Guest

    Re: Israeli Whistleblower headed to America?

    Who gives a **** !!!!


    "Awake" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'll bet there are no network television interviews awaiting this guy in
    > the U.S., the "American" media will do everything they can as always
    > to keep Israel and the legions of Israelis inside America happy.
    >
    > October 12, 2003
    >
    > Vanunu faces curbs after jail
    >
    >
    > GROUPS campaigning for Mordechai Vanunu, the whistleblower who revealed
    > details of Israel's nuclear weapons programme to The Sunday Times, fear
    > that his movements will be restricted when he is finally freed next year
    > after 171/2 years in prison, writes Peter Hounam.
    >
    > Ernest Rodker, head of the Campaign to Free Vanunu, said there were
    > suggestions that Israel's security establishment might try to keep him
    > under a form of house arrest and deny him a passport.
    >
    > Representatives of campaign groups from North America, Europe and the Far
    > East have said they would resist any further attempt to limit Vanunu's
    > freedom. Supporters are being encouraged to travel to Israel to attend a
    > rally outside Ashkelon jail when he is freed in April.
    >
    > "This should be a moment of celebration, not uncertainty," Rodker said.
    > "Mordechai is in a very positive mood. He no longer seems weighed down by
    > the terrible things that happened to him.
    >
    > "After coming to London to thank everyone who has helped him, he hopes to
    > settle in America. We are counting the days to when he will be free and
    > hope no obstacles will be placed in his way."
    >
    > Vanunu, a nuclear technician, disclosed in 1986 that Israel was making
    > advanced weapons of mass destruction. He was lured by a woman Mossad agent
    > to Italy, kidnapped, smuggled to Israel and convicted of treason and
    > espionage.
    >
    > He spent the first 11 years of his 18-year sentence in solitary
    > confinement. The sentence has been reduced by six months
    > under a rule that applies to all long-term prisoners in Israel.
    >
    > His brother Meir, who lives in Australia, visited him regularly during the
    > summer. "I am amazed at his inner strength," he said. "I just want to make
    > sure that when he is free he is given a chance to adjust. Many things have
    > changed since he was locked up in 1986, including the pace of life in the
    > 21st century."
    >






  7. #7
    Renaldo
    Guest

    Re: Israeli Whistleblower headed to America?

    And that phoney news story was supplied by which Palestinian terrorist
    group?



  8. #8
    Brian peterson
    Guest

    Re: Israeli Whistleblower headed to America?


    > Best to add "Israel" to "Superman" and "World Trade Center" to your kill
    > file for these groups and get on with your life.
    >



    Don't forget to add Awake to the kill file

    [posted via phonescoop.com]



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