I do think that is the case. The Goldstone report and the reactions on the report can be a proof. There can come a time that even the mighty can be put on trial, so we can say with some conviction that: no man is above the law. The argument that these kind of trials are political is twisted because it is the politics that have let mass murderers go free from conviction. When the politics no longer can save criminals, it is politics to, but another aspect of it. I hope fore more steps in this direction that let the International criminal court investigate also powers like US, China, and so on. It would make the crimes less convenient and give the people with lesser power more hope for a just world. By support of the International justice you support a more moral and safer world.
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
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