Category Archives: Geneva Convention

Israel’s Settlement Regulations Bill and International Law

By Eugene Kontorovich Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 8:04 AM Editor’s Note: After reading Eugene Kontorovich’s post, be sure to read a response to his post by Yaël Ronen and Yuval Shany, “Israel’s Settlement Regulation Bill Violates International Law,” which is … Continue reading

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Deputy AG: ‘You can’t pick and choose which parts of int’l law you like on W. Bank’

Jpost Israel News – Politics and Diplomacy By Yonah Jeremy Bob 06 February 2017 THE SETTLEMENT of Efrat in Gush Etzion The Knesset cannot pick and choose which parts of international law it likes and which it does not regarding … Continue reading

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WHY ARE THESE TERRITORIES DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER TERRITORIES?

Watch PANEL 4 Discussion WHY ARE THESE TERRITORIES DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHER TERRITORIES? THE LAW, JUDEA, SAMARIA AND GAZA MODERATOR: AMIT SEGAL – Correspondent, Israel Channel 2 PROF. RACHEL VANLANDINGHAM – Former Judge Advocate, U.S. Air Force, Southwestern Law School … Continue reading

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Islamist militant on trial in Hague over destruction of Timbuktu shrines

Jpost Reports- AMSTERDAM – The trial of an Islamist militant over the destruction of holy sites in Timbuktu during Mali’s 2012 conflict began in the Hague on Monday, the first at the International Criminal Court to cite destroying cultural artifacts … Continue reading

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Meet Ali Mohammed Baqir al-Nimr

Ali Mohammed Baqir al-Nimr[1] (Arabic: علي محمد باقر النمر‎) is a Saudi Arabian who as a teenager participated in the Saudi Arabian protests during the Arab Spring.[2][3] He was arrested in February 2012, sentenced to death in May 2014, and … Continue reading

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Megillat HaNechoshet The Copper Scroll

Concerning the Restoration of Megillat HaNechoshet 3Q15 to the Jewish People Whereas longstanding Jewish and Arab claims have pervaded the horizon of the Middle East since at least 1947, and under the principals of pacific settlement, just Restoration of Megillat … Continue reading

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