If Israel pushes through the so-called 'Regularization of Settlement in Judea and Samaria Law,' it could send the country’s leaders to the dock in the International Criminal Court
PA tells court 'there is sufficient compelling evidence of the ongoing commission of grave crimes to warrant an immediate investigation' into Israel's settlements, Israel calls it a 'cynical step without legal validity'
Fatou Bensouda says anyone 'who incites or engages in acts of violence' is liable to prosecution and ICC 'will record any instance of incitement or resort to unlawful force'
And Defense Minister Lieberman extradited from Minsk; settlers' Minister Bennett quivering in federal prison; army generals not getting off the plane in France.
The fresh support from the Security Council could cause the prosecution in International Criminal Court to dare to move ahead from a preliminary examination to an investigation on the settlements.
Netanyahu Warns Cabinet: Outpost Legalization Bill Could Lead to International Probe Against Israeli Officials
Attorney general tells ministers bill strengthens Palestinian lawsuit against Israel. Lieberman to Bennett: 'You'll be happy seeing us in The Hague?' Netanyahu: Passing the bill would push Obama to Security Council.
ICC Delegation Arrives in Israel for Five-day 'Educational Visit', Won't Conduct Evidence Collection
Amid background of ongoing preliminary examination into 2014 Gaza war and Israeli settlement construction, ICC delegation stresses visit is aimed at 'promoting better understanding' of its work.
Dries Van Agt, a pro-Palestinian activist, famously said in 2012 that the Jews should have a state in Germany rather than its current location.
The Israeli army's decision to close seven cases in which civilians were killed during the 2014 conflict requires more vigorous action, top Palestinian official says.
Nada Kiswanson, a legal researcher at Palestinian rights group Al-Haq, claims to have received continuous threats since early 2016 after submitting information to prosecutors.