Israeli Tail Wags the American Dog in Desperate Attempt to Avoid War Crimes Indictment

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Israelis to ask US State Department to take punitive measures against the Palestinian Authority in its bid to ask for war crime indictments against the Netanyahu government – an apparently prima facie case of collusion to avoid justice by the most powerful state in the world – that violates both international law and the Geneva Conventions on Human Rights.

Israel is not a member of the international court and refuses to recognize its jurisdiction. The ICC has no police force and no authority to go into Israel and arrest suspects however it could issue international arrest warrants that the European Union and other countries would be willing to enforce. That is the position of which Israel is frightened and desperate to avoid at any cost. 

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Articles by: Anthony Bellchambers

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