Hamas: Israel’s refusal to cooperate with ICC affirms the logic of orgy

Days of Palestine – Gaza – Hamas Movement Friday considered the refusal of the Israeli occupation government to cooperate with the investigations of the International Criminal Court (ICC), an assertion of the occupation on the logic of orgy in dealing with international institutions and decisions.

Hamas spokesman Hazem Qassem added, in a press statement, that the Israeli entity is acting as an entity above the law and outside the scope of accountability.

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He stressed that this case is a test for international institutions to enforce their decisions, achieve justice, and punish criminals.

The Israeli government decided in its meeting on Thursday to send a brief response to the International Criminal Court regarding the court’s intention to initiate a trial of Israel for its crimes in the occupied territories.

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The Hebrew Channel Seven reported that the response would stipulate that the court does not have the jurisdiction to decide cases filed against Israel.

The International Criminal Court had sent a notification to the Israeli government a month ago, informing it of its intention to open an investigation into its crimes in the occupied territories, and given it a month to respond as to whether it wanted to investigate these crimes on its own or not.

The discussion revolves around three cases that the court intends to investigate and they are the construction of settlements in the West Bank, and the Israeli crimes in the aggression on the Gaza Strip in 2014, in addition to the Israeli crimes against demonstrators on the border with Gaza during the March of Return.

(Source / 10.04.2021)

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