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Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Civilians And The Rome Statute

Written by Garima Tiwari

More than 2,000 Palestinians were killed in the 50-day conflict in July and August, about 70 percent of them civilians, according to the U.N. 1,369 more words

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Traditional Justice in South Kordofan

“Anyone who committed a crime in Darfur or elsewhere should be held accountable. Because we need justice, and no peace without justice.”

Abdelgaleel Albasha Mohammed Ahmed discusses the traditional mechanisms that are used in South Kordofan; the history of conflict in the region, the post-elections violence, and prerequisites to peace. 47 more words


The Real Reason We Are Bombing Syria

By Dennis Kucinich 

September 25, 2014

The administration’s response to the conjunction of this weekend’s People’s Climate March and the International Day of Peace? 981 more words

War On Syria

Palestinian leader in new UN bid to end occupation | #Gaza #Israel #Palestine


NEW YORK (AP) — Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel on Friday of conducting a “war of genocide” during the 50-day summer conflict in Gaza but stopped short of saying he will pursue war crime charges against the Jewish state at the International Criminal Court. 337 more words


Palestinian Authority Official: It’s OK To Kill Civilians Because ‘There Are No Innocent Israelis’

Senior Palestinian Authority official and Fatah leader Abbas Zaki went on Palestine Today TV in Lebanon last Friday and said he didn’t want to join the International Criminal Court because then his group couldn’t kill Israelis without being tried in the courts. 179 more words

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