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The failure of the British government to protect Saad al Hilli and his family was thrown into stark focus this week when they were gunned down by agents of the Israeli security services while on holiday in Chevaline near Lake Annecy in South West France
al Hilli's work with the Iraqi nuclear program was under duress as a result of Saddam's Husseins threats against his family. Once he fled to the UK he had a right to expect protection from Israel and yet his trip was without any protection from UK or French police despite his repeated requests. There was no evidence that he had continued his work or that he was working with Iran, his trip to Tehran were for religious reasons.
Britian has once again stood by while agents of Israel kill