Canada tries to censor report of Israeli killing of Canadian soldier
The Ottowa Citizen newspaper is reporting that the government of Canada has quitely attempted to remove a government and a UN report on Israel's deliberate targetting of a UN peacekeeping compound that resulted in the death of a Canadian soldier. The Defence Department has quietly removed from the Internet a report into the killing of a Canadian military officer by Israeli forces, a move the soldier’s widow says is linked to the Conservative government’s reluctance to criticize Israel for any wrongdoing.Maj. Paeta Hess-von Kruedener and three other United Nations observers were killed in 2006 when the Israeli military targeted their small outpost with repeated artillery barrages as well as an attack by a fighter aircraft.
The Canadian peacekeeper had been writing home about Israeli war crimes before he was killed by the Israelis.
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