Monday, May 14, 2007

War criminal Dan Halutz on the loose at Harvard

"Activists and community members will converge May 14 at Harvard Business School (HBS) in search of notorious war criminal Dan Halutz, last spotted there attending an executive management course.

The Alliance for Justice in the Middle East (AJME), based at Harvard University, is launching a search for the elusive Halutz, distributing WANTED posters, making inquiries, and soliciting the help of the campus community.

AJME hopes that this week's actions will alert the community to the presence of this war criminal on the loose and lead to more information on his whereabouts.

A seasoned war criminal with a long record of human rights abuses in Lebanon, the West Bank and Gaza, Halutz is now rubbing elbows with top CEOs and business leaders at HBS in an exclusive two-month, $56,000 executive training program......

In the meantime, please take the time to write to Harvard administrators to express YOUR concern about the university's pattern of admitting and hiring war criminals and human rights abusers......"

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