Supreme Court to Announce Decision RE:Nuclear Whistle Blower’s Petition to Revoke Israeli Citizenship

October 17, 2011 (MMD Newswire) – – In Spring, the Knesset passed the “Citizenship Revocation Act” which allows the courts to revoke Israeli citizenship of anyone convicted of treason or espionage.
On or before this November 13th, Israeli Nuclear Whistle Blower, Mordechai Vanunu will learn the Israeli Supreme Court’s decision regarding his appeal to cancel his Israeli citizenship, filed on the 5th of May and which can be read in full here:

The Israeli Supreme Court was to render its decision by August 13th but the Government requested the three-month delay.

Vanunu filed the appeal as a way to escape the state where he has been held against his will under restrictions that have bound him in Israel since he emerged on 21 April 2004, from 18 years in a windowless tomb sized cell because he was convicted of treason in 1986.


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2 thoughts on “Supreme Court to Announce Decision RE:Nuclear Whistle Blower’s Petition to Revoke Israeli Citizenship”

  1. Israel is dragging its feet on Mordechai, shame on that entity that is grabbed from Palestinian land and pretends it to be a ‘democratic state’ I could appear in their Court and tell them what I think!

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