Category Archives: International Humanitarian Law

In Meeting with Red Cross President, Netanyahu Slams Hamas’ ‘Unbelievable Cruelty’

United With Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met on Wednesday in Jerusalem with International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) President Peter Maurer and discussed with him the fate of three Israeli civilians and the remains of two IDF soldiers … Continue reading

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Watch: Netanyahu opens new school year blasting Palestinian brainwashing

Watch Netanyahu youtube video By Yocheved Laufer / September 4, 2017 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu uploaded a video to his official YouTube account on Sunday saying that Palestinian “children should be taught to love and respect, not to hate and … Continue reading

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Israel grants asylum to persecuted Iranian journalist

World Israel News August 6, 2017 An Iranian journalist threatened with the death penalty in her home country has found refuge in Israel.  Iranian Nada Amin, a journalist whom the Islamic Republic is persecuting for her views, has been granted … Continue reading

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Amnesty Int’l: No justification for PA violently storming peaceful protest

Jpost – Arab Israeli Conflict By Adam Rasgon March 14, 2017 A senior Amnesty International official sharply criticized the Palestinian Authority security forces on Monday for violently cracking down on a protest in front of a Ramallah courthouse earlier this … Continue reading

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Syrian government accused of carrying out mass prisoner hangings

By Reuters 6/02/2017 BEIRUT – The Syrian government has executed thousands of prisoners in mass hangings and carried out systematic torture at a military jail near Damascus, rights watchdog Amnesty International said on Tuesday. Amnesty said the executions took place … 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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