Italy is prosecuting the CIA

Europe’s Runaway Prosecutions

By David B. Rivkin Jr. and Lee A. Casey
Wednesday, February 28, 2007; Page A19

An Italian court announced this month that it is moving forward with the indictment and trial of 25 CIA agents charged with kidnapping a radical Muslim cleric. These proceedings may well violate international law, but the case serves as a wake-up call to the United States. Overseas opponents of American foreign policy are increasingly turning to judicial proceedings against individual American officials as a means of reformulating or frustrating U.S. aims, and action to arrest this development is needed. CONTINUE

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  1. Italy is now ruled by Romano Prodi. In his capacity as President of the European Commission, he personally gave the Eurabia project a boost by presenting a new policy for intensified cooperation between the EU and the Arab countries. The document where he introduced his Eurabian ideas, officially called “the Foundation” (Arab: al-Qaeda) was presented to the Arabs at a conference in Alexandria in October 2003. For Prodi personally, this was his greatest contribution to weakening the US led war coalition that year. The event is described in Bat Ye’or’s book “Eurabia The Euro-Arab Axis”. Prodi has never missed an opportunity to sell ammunition to the wariors against the war against terrorism.

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