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Will Impunity Reign or Will International Criminal Justice Come for Israel?

Jonathan Kuttab Arab Center Washington DC
The International Criminal Court, in the Hague, Netherlands. On February 5, the International Criminal Court removed one more barrier to holding Israel accountable for its violations of international law. Will its investigation restrain the Israeli government from future crimes against the Palestinian people?

Israeli Impunity Is Coming To An End

Maureen Clare Murphy The Electronic Intifada
The days of Israel’s impunity are dwindling as the International Criminal Court inches closer towards opening a full investigation into war crimes in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

The U.S. Aids and Abets War Crimes in the Philippines

Marjorie Cohn truthdig
People and groups have been labeled terrorists by the Philippine government, the U.S. government and other countries at the behest of the U.S. government. The Philippine government engages in - red tagging - political vilification. Targets are frequently human rights activists and advocates, political opponents, community organizers or groups struggling for national liberation. Those targeted for assassination are placed on the order of battle list.
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