In every Knesset faction except for the ultra-Orthodox and Arab parties there are representatives who have borne arms in the past and were involved in the killing of civilians: Palestinians, Lebanese, Egyptians
'I hope they take it seriously,' says mother of 21-year-old medic killed in Gaza ■ Israel's UN envoy: We could lobby the prosecutor to divert his focus
Whats the timetable look like? What happens if Israel doesnt cooperate? Here's what Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda's decision to look into the behavior of Israel and Hamas means, and what happens next
After ICC announces investigation into alleged war crimes by Israel and Hamas, Palestinian Authority says it is step toward justice, while Hamas says international law approves ‘legitimate resistance’
Sen. Ben Cardin, a Democrat, and Sen. Rob Portman, a Republican say that the ICC probe "unfairly targets Israel, biases any subsequent investigation or trial, and hinders the path towards regional peace."
Gabi Ashkenazi reaches out to allies after ICC decision paving way for war crimes investigations against Israel and Hamas
Analysis Prosecuting Israeli Officials Could Take Years, but the ICC's Chilling Effect Will Be Immediate
The panic number has been disseminated again, lawyers are on alert and Israel has already reached out to friendly countries for advance information on arrest warrants. None of this is justified at present
The security cabinet doubles down on Netanyahu's claims that the International Criminal Court was singling Israel out, accusing it of being 'driven by antisemitic principles'
Israel had prepared a confidential list of past and present officials who might be wanted by the international court, in the wake of decision on possible war crimes ■ Officials say several member states have agreed to warn Israel of any plan to arrest Israelis
An investigation into Israel's actions in Gaza and the West Bank will pose serious legal and political challenges. But once we separate the signal from the noise, the ICC’s decision looks somewhat less daunting
The prosecution would probe both Israel and Hamas for their conduct in the 2014 war, Israel's response to Palestinian protests along the Gaza border starting in 2018, and the settling of Israeli civilians in the West Bank
Ahead of the ICC's decision on whether to investigate suspected war crimes in the territories, a list of 200 to 300 officials was compiled, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Alternative Prime Minister Benny Gantz
They founded anti-occupation movements and fought for the soul of Israeli society, but ultimately decided to emigrate. The new exiles tell Haaretz how they were harassed and silenced, until they had almost no choice but to leave
'The moment there is talk of the humanitarian world in Gaza – Israel also has humanitarian needs, which are mainly the recovery of the fallen,' Israeli defense minister says
Decision is opposed by members who say that the case considered by the International Criminal Court is controversial, claiming the association should stay out of it
Civil suit seeks compensation for the deaths of six members of Gazan-born Dutch citizen's family while Gantz was army chief
Do drones and other guided weaponry protect civilians in war zones – or pose a greater threat to them?
A possible investigation at The Hague would look into aerial bombardment and civilian casualties, in a worrisome precedent for Israel as well as other Western armies ■ Netanyahu and his backers have shrugged off warnings of a diplomatic tsunami, but now it seems Trump’s support is not the be-all and end-all
Two airmen tell Haaretz about stretching limits when it comes to risk and the ‘trust me’ culture in decision-making – which can have deadly consequences
News of Mohammed al-Sawarkah's death come as leaders of weekly Gaza-border protests say the demonstrations will renew next week after a two-week hiatus
Relative of children who died says at visit to their school, where classmates paid tributes: 'Why should they care that the army admitted it hit them by mistake?'
Military officials acknowledge the eight family members died in a building that hadn't been examined by Israeli intel for months, and no one checked whether any civilians were in the vicinity before the overnight strike, which the IDF is now looking into
Amid the harsh socio-economic reality, residents of one Ashkelon neighborhood have the underground bunker blues