Berak: "Anyone who considers the elimination of children a crime against humanity lives in an upside-down world."
Israel protests at Spanish probe into 2002 Gaza raid
On 29 January 2009, Israel protested against the decision by a Spanish judge to probe the Israeli bombing raid in Gaza, on 22 July 2002, which involved crimes against humanity.
14 civilians were killed, mainly children.
Senior Israeli army officers, including former defence minister Benjamin Ben-Eliezer, are implicated.
The 2002 bombing raid was designed by Israel to make Palestinians angry.
The hope was that any retaliation would give Israel an excuse to wipe out yet more people and infrastructure in Gaza.
Israeli Nazis enter Gaza to kill more kids.
The Israeli defence ministry said in a statement that Barak "vehemently rejects the insane announcement by a Spanish judge."
A spokesman said: "Anyone who considers the elimination of children a crime against humanity lives in an upside-down world."
Israel's penal code permits it to try people for crimes committed outside its borders.
"We can organise more terror in Spain if the goy judge does not drop the investigation."
Meanwhile, a US envoy has been in Nazi Germany to get his instructions from his bosses Meir Dago, Yuval Shitskin and army chief Lieutenant General Gabi Imanazi.
Police in Madrid, Alicante and Barcelona have arrested 6 people in connection with a $600million shares fraud on the London Stock Exchange.
According to Spanish National Radio one of the men arrested in the fraud is an agent for the Israeli intelligence service, Mossad.
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