Cracks Are Appearing In Israel’s Wall Of Impunity At The Hague

As Israel faces a gathering storm at the International Criminal Court, the court’s own crisis of legitimacy may spur it to action.

Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad Malki holds up a copy of the International Criminal Court's founding treaty, the Rome Statute

THE HAGUE, Netherlands --- As Palestinians in the Gaza Strip continue to mourn the losses of last summer’s Israeli military offensive, which killed 2,251 Palestinians in the besieged enclave, including 551 children, over 51 days, Israel increasingly risks new legal repercussions for its actions. “It's obvious that war crimes were committed

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