Thursday, September 01, 2005

More on Pulsa Denura

The Israeli Attorney-General, Menahem Mazuz has decided not to charge the Jewish extremists who enacted the Pulsa Denura against Prime Minister Sharon this summer.
Attorney-General Menahem Mazuz has decided not to press charges against a group of Jewish extremists who carried out an ancient curse ceremony meant to place a death wish on Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, since the appeal was to God and not to mankind, the Justice Ministry said Tuesday.

The decision by Israel's top law enforcement official was made after determining that the ceremony was an appeal for heavenly action against the prime minister, and as such could not be viewed in the legal sense as incitement to violence, according to a letter that Deputy State Attorney Shai Nitzan sent to MK Ran Cohen (Yahad).

1 comment:

  1. Isn't it so that either the person against whom a pulsa denura is directed dies (within thirty days) or those who perform the pulsa denura will die instead?
    With the thirty days passed by now, and Sharon still alive and kicking, this means that we ought have heard of thirty people having passed away mysteriously...
    Why haven't we?