'There’s a unique place of pique for the Israelis in certain places in the administration' hovering over negotiations, expert tells New York Times.08:55 29.04.16 | 0 comments
Nothing regarding public international law, or its branch of the laws of war, are in any way "natural" or "obvious." To the contrary, these fields are the result of developments over a long period of time, and for the most part, are codified in treaties. 1 Obviously, the vast majority of Palestinian terrorists will not meet the requirements set forth in paragraph 3. 2 As set forth in paragraph 4, they therefore will not be considered POW's. However, they will be entitled to the basic requirements to be treated with accordance of the laws of war. 3 The combined reading of paragraphs 3 and 4 make it clear that not all combatants are accorded the status of POW, but all are protected against ill treatment in accordance with the laws of war.