The war-crime accusations against Israel after the Hamas terror attacks are unfounded and should be utterly dismissed by the US and its law-abiding partners.
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In this article the authors make short shrift of the absurd claims of some US congresswomen who distort reality and abuse international law.
The International Legal Forum answers fequently raised questions about Israel’s defensive operation against Hamas in Gaza.
The discourse, which without irony uses the rhetoric of human rights to undercut international law, diverts attention from the incontrovertibly illegal attacks by Hamas on Israel.
The latest escalation between Israel and Hamas, and the recent decision of the ICC to open an investigation into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, have brought the century-long dispute back into the legal arena. ELNET and thinc. invite you to a roundtable to discuss the challenges and consequences of legalizing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,
Report of the Briefing by Prof. Geoffrey Corn d.d. 19 May 2021.
Hamas is playing a dangerous game by exposing the Gaza civilians to feed its media campaign.
The current situation in Israel is an example of an a-symmetric conflict: a terror organisation (HAMAS) wages war against a democratic state (Israel).
Prof. Geoffrey Corn (USA) will tell what International Humanitarian Law says about this.