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Haneyya calls on int’l criminal court to bring IOF leaders to trial
Haneyya calls on int’l criminal court to bring IOF leaders to trial
Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya on Tuesday called on the international criminal court to bring Israeli leaders to trial, noting that Israeli soldiers confessed to receiving orders to commit war crimes against unarmed Palestinian civilians during the war on Gaza
Wednesday, April 22,2009 02:51
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Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya on Tuesday called on the international criminal court to bring Israeli leaders to trial, noting that Israeli soldiers confessed to receiving orders to commit war crimes against unarmed Palestinian civilians during the war on Gaza.

In a speech addressed to the second conference of general attorneys of Islamic states held in Tehran, premier Haneyya said that what happened in Gaza was a shameful affront to humanity, where Palestinian civilians were subjected to Israeli land, naval and aerial attacks over 20 days of a massive war during which IOF troops committed heinous war crimes and violated all norms and laws.

The premier added that the IOF troops killed children and women, burned and bombed unarmed civilians in houses, markets, schools and hospitals, and destroyed civil, security and government buildings all over Gaza.

He underlined that Israel became accustomed to committing crimes against the Palestinian people without being punished by the international community, stressing that Israeli leaders must be prosecuted in international courts for the atrocities they committed in Gaza.

In another context, Jordanian soldier Ahmed Al- Daqamseh, who is serving a life sentence, said Monday that he intends to file a lawsuit with local courts to demand the abolition of the Israeli-Jordanian peace treaty signed in 1994 and its consequent obligations.

In a press interview conducted with him by Al-Ghad newspaper inside the prison, Daqamseh explained that he wants to take this step because Israel violated the treaty twice in 1998 and last month through polluting Jordanian water with waste materials and sewage disposed from Israeli settlements.

Soldier Daqamseh was sent to jail by the Jordanian state security court in 1997 after he killed seven Israeli female settlers on a visit to Jordan and wounded others when they deliberately and provocatively mocked him as he was performing prayer.

 


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