Category Archives: Palestine

Palestine at the International Criminal Court

International Criminal Court1 Lawrence Davidson assesses the potential and problems of the Palestinian request to the International Criminal Court to begin a preliminary investigation of Israel’s actions during the 2014 invasion of the Gaza Strip.

Palestine accession to Rome Statute and other international instruments

Nicolas Boeglin writes: On 6

Abbas’s big bluff on war crimes bid against Israel

Mahmoud Abbas options Jonathan Cook says while Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas’s resort to the UN and International Criminal Court are unlikely to end Israel’s occupation, he has no alternative other than dissolve the Palestinian Authority.

Palestinian dilly-dallying must stop

Mahmoud Abbas Jamal Kanj recalls the empty Palestinian threats, broken Israeli promises and United States collusion with Israel, and reminds the Palestinian leadership of the fate awaiting it if it does not act decisively.

Prosecute Israel – or let the people decide

International Criminal Court1 Jamal Kanj says the Palestinian Authority must use the momentum of European recognitions of Palestine as a state to take Israel to the International Criminal Court for its violations of international law.

Watch: Why is Jerusalem always on edge?

It seems like every violent incident

Loss of innocence: Gaza’s children tell their story through art

Rod Cox, a campaigner for justice

When did Israel cease fire?

The Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Gaza’s health services face possible collapse

The armed conflict in the Gaza Strip

New song aims to prod the conscience of Palestinian traitors

“Tell me, are you satisfied