Last Monday, the UN’s Human Rights Council issued a lengthy report on last summer’s war in Gaza. Written by a team led by retired New York Supreme Court judge Mary McGowan Davis, it’s bedtime reading in the Hague, the seat of the International Criminal Court.
The reality of the report is that it is, unlike past such reports, a road map for the International Criminal Court’s prosecutor to indict Jerusalem officials and the brass of the Israel Defense Forces, now that the Palestinian Authority has joined the ICC.
Until two years ago, the ICC couldn’t touch the IDF, because Israel isn’t a member. But now “Palestine” was admitted as a member so, voila, any crime committed in the territory of that “state” — including Gaza — is fair game.
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