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Israel warns of war crimes in Palestine

 Israel warns of war crimes in Palestine

Tel Aviv (NNI) - Israel has expressed outrage at the International Criminal Court's (ICC) decision to investigate war crimes in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, calling it anti-Semitic. According to the report, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu angrily rejected the decision of the International Criminal Court to pave the way for the investigation of war crimes in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories, saying it was the purely anti-Semitic sentiment. As the Prime Minister of Israel, I

I assure you that we will fight with all our might to protect justice. It should be noted that the ICC has decided that it has the jurisdiction to review the situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, which allows the tribunal to declare war crimes. The way will be paved for the investigation. ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda had sought a legal opinion from the court on the jurisdiction of the court over the Israeli-occupied territories. The ICC said a majority of its judges had ruled that the court's jurisdiction extended from 1967 to the Israeli-occupied territories of Gaza and the West Bank, including East Jerusalem. Palestine has been a member of the court since 2015, but Israel is not a member. Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza Strip in the 1967 Six-Day War and later annexed most of East Arab East Jerusalem.

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