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International criminal court in La Hague.
The statement also accused Israel of carrying out “extrajudicial killings, arrests, and house demolitions, as well as besieging cities and villages and restricting the movement."
The legislation, which now needs Knesset approval, allows for members of a terrorist family to be forcibly expelled from their home within seven days of an attack or attempted attack
While protests, attempts to infiltrate Israel’s border fence, and fire kites have slowed some in recent weeks, no one has declared the crisis over and the IDF still views the situation as ongoing.
Arab League to appeal to EU representatives in favor of PA UN statehood bid; Israel seeks to recruit Western powers to stop the bid.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Group of 8 senior ministers meets, reportedly considers adopting Levy Report as a potential response to PA's UN gambit.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND TOVAH LAZAROFF
Israeli NGO Regavim submits petition to The Hague asking it to revoke decision to receive a PA declaration recognizing court’s jurisdiction.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
Alain Juppe says Syria must take "clearer, more ambitious" steps; Australia calls on UN to refer Assad to Int'l Criminal Court.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS
Australian FM Kevin Rudd calls murder of 13-year-old Syrian boy a "brutal act by a desperate regime"; Clinton calls incident "horrifying," says Assad's government is weakening.
While ‘Washington Post’ op-ed takes pressure off Israeli officials in universal
jurisdiction cases, those adamant about pursuing such charges will continue to do so, experts say.
By RON FRIEDMAN
La signature du Statut de Rome par Mahmoud Abbas signifie-t-elle forcément que les soldats israéliens feront l’objet de procès ?
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Having celebrated its 10th anniversary in July 2012, the International Criminal Court is entering a critical phase which will test its staying power.
Considerable legal hurdles would hinder any attempt to bring complaints against Israeli officials to the International Criminal Court.
Netanyahu’s words of thanks to Trump last week for Washington's support at the UN could be seen as a note of appreciation for keeping the Security Council from tying Israel's hands.
By HERB KEINON
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