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Max Igan: USA-Israel Shot Down MH370 To Deflect Enforcing War Crimes Verdict Against Israel

In a interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, author, documentarist and news commentator Max Igan shares the history of Israel’s genocide of Palestine 1948-present and his observations on the barriers to enforcing the 2013 Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal Palestinian genocide verdict against Israel, through the Treaty of Rome process and more than 100+ ratifying national courts under the ICC Treaty of Rome.

Max Igan states that it “makes sense” that USA-Israel shot down Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 in early 2014 as retaliation against former Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohammed’s peace initiative and the Malaysian government party he represented in order to deflect enforcing KL War Crimes Tribunal Palestinian genocide verdict against Israel under the Rome ICC Treaty.

Max Igan believes solving the issue of Justice and restitution for Palestine is central to solving global issues and urges that the Kuala Lumpur Tribunal’s 2013 verdict against Israel for its genocide against Palestine 1948-present be brought to public attention and enforcement.