The ICC prosecutor can go further with criminally probing Israel, or she can decide to try to close the case for the third time, though her basis for doing so has narrowed.
The ICC’s top appeals chamber on Monday reopened the case of war crimes allegations relating to the 2010 'Mavi Marmara' flotilla, but the prosecutor could still decide not to move forward.
Israel has largely been exonerated by a domestic commission and a UN one for halting the flotilla of international left-wing activists intent on breaching its military blockade of the Gaza waters.
"Corbyn's criticism is justified. And the state, which deals with theft, murder and racist acts under the law of nationality, is rightly justified by this criticism."
The flotilla marks eight years since Israeli naval commandos raided the Turkish ship MV Mavi Marmara.
The ICC case was the last big case against Israel regarding the Mavi Marmara flotilla that remained open.
The two countries issued a joint statement announcing the re-establishment of ties.
Israel and Turkey signed an agreement ending over five years of a diplomatic freeze on ties last year.
The interview is said to combative at times, especially when Erdoğan is questioned by Israeli journalist Ilana Dayan about the Gaza-bound Turkish flotilla.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announces envoy to Tel Aviv in reciprocal move after Israel nominated its ambassador to Ankara.