UK meeting over Iran PM
LIKUD LEADER and former Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will join leading politicians in London this month to consider the legal case under international law against Iranian president Ahmed Ahmadinejad.
The meeting, to be held in the House of Commons and organised by the German-based think tank the Aspen Institute, is expected to produce a document detailing possible charges against Mr Ahmadinejad, based on his threats to destroy Israel and his hosting of Holocaust deniers in Tehran.
Mr Netanyahu, who has frequently pointed to Iran as the major threat to Israel’s existence, will be a keynote speaker. Also taking part will be former Ulster Unionist Party leader Lord Trimble, Irwin Cotler, Canada’s former Minister of Justice, Israel’s former UN ambassador Dore Gold, Tory MP Michael Gove, Labour MP Gisela Stuart and senior Likud MK Dan Naveh.