Not a single EU state voted in favor of the resolution.
Military describes villagers resisting violent raiding soldiers as “rioters.”
Palestinian shot at close range by soldiers trying to confiscate a generator.
UN envoy calls on Israel to investigate its own crimes.
More than 215 killed and 30,000 injured in Gaza protests, but only one soldier indicted.
Israeli settlers are attacking Palestinian harvesters and destroying olive trees.
Far-right leader accused Al Mezan of terror links based on scurrilous claims by NGO Monitor.
UN human rights workers denied visas after publishing a database of businesses operating in settlements.
Hundreds of Israeli officials may be subject to arrest abroad, according to secret list.
Chief prosecutor is unswayed by Israel-aligned legal arguments but indictments, trials are a long way off.
Will Hague-based court punish or protect abusers?
Israeli forces are traumatizing Palestinian children and causing permanent injuries.
Violating resolution, human rights chief keeps settlement database buried.
Military has not admitted to shooting Uthman Rami Hillis, 14.
Two-state tunnel vision comes at the expense of justice and accountability.
Internal probe finds “no evidence” that double amputee Ibrahim Abu Thurayya was killed by direct fire.
Avoiding an investigation into the Afghan conflict creates a precedent that may also harm Palestinians.
US announces ban on International Criminal Court personnel investigating Israeli war crimes.
Israeli army snipers intentionally killed children, paramedics, persons with disabilities and journalists during Great March of Return.
International Criminal Court is taking too long to give Palestinian victims justice.
Protesters died after walking into paths of bullets, internal probe claims.
One of the biggest problems in the US — yet the one that is talked about the least — is that there is a complete lack of accountability for politicians who are screwing up the country. The issue isn’t necessarily criminal accountability — although it would be nice to see people go to jail for things like leading the country into war under false pretenses, authorizing torture, lining their own pockets, destroying the environment, or deregulating the financial sector to the point of allowing a few greedy individuals to bring the world economy to its knees.
We are ready to submit all the evidence needed to prosecute Israel for war crimes.
“Now, our battle to hold Israel accountable for its fresh war crimes and crimes against humanity has begun,” say Palestinians in Gaza.