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
Israel Preparing for International Court to Launch Probe Into War Crimes 'Within Days,' Officials Say
The International Criminal Court has been looking into whether it has the authority to investigate alleged war crimes in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza since 2015
Countries reaffirm their support for the Hague-based tribunal after Trump imposed sanctions over 'kangaroo court' probe of war crimes
Netanyahu congratulated Trump on decision to sanction 'kangaroo court' that he says is 'obsessed with conducting witch hunts against Israel, the United States and other democracies that respect human rights'
Netanyahu congratulates decision to sanction 'corrupt and biased' court that he says is 'obsessed with conducting witch hunts against Israel, the United States and other democracies that respect human rights'
Mahmoud Abbas' statement comes in response to an International Criminal Court request for clarification regarding Abbas' recent declaration that he is ending all agreements with Israel and the U.S.
U.S. secretary of state says to expect a series of announcements from the American government pushing back against ICC 'in the coming days'
Palestinian Authority says will reply by June 10 deadline to ICC demands for clarification regarding status of Oslo Accords, to argue breaking agreements is a sovereign right
Status of Israeli-Palestinian agreements could affect court's ruling on whether it has jurisdiction to investigate alleged war crimes in Palestinian territories
Separately, 11 Democrats call on Pompeo to speak out against plans to annex parts of the West Bank, citing the same logic in the ICC letters: It preempts a final status deal
By prioritizing the most politically expedient cases, the ICC absolves those responsible for the gravest crimes of mass murder and human rights violations – from Bashar Assad to China, and from Myanmar to Iran
Analysis As Dozens Ask to Join Israel-Palestine Case, Request From Within the ICC Could Be the Deciding One
Israel is leaning toward not participating in the proceedings in order to avoid conveying legitimacy, but is recruiting all the unofficial proxies it can muster
Australia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Austria, Saudi Arabia and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation have also requested to join proceedings over question of jurisdiction
After Israel requests hearing to examine court's jurisdiction to probe war crimes against Palestinians, Czech Republic asks to join proceedings in favor of Israel ■ Germany may also request to take part
Meanwhile, Netanyahu calls for sanctions on the international court for its 'full-frontal' attack on the Jewish people's right to live in Israel
In interview with leading Christian television network, Israeli prime minister says ICC is launching 'full frontal attack' on democracies and the Jewish people's right to live in Israel
PM will attempt to secure backing for claim that court has no jurisdiction in Palestinian territories, as they are not a sovereign state
Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó says his government agrees that the International Criminal Court has no jurisdiction in Palestinian territories
Updated guideline intended to bolster argument that Israeli investigations meet international standards
As multiple legal efforts bear fruit, 2020 could be the year that international law supplants the nationalist and religious policies of Netanyahu and Trump in determining the outcome of the conflict
The state zealously conceals archival documents that could be useful in the international arena, but the bureaucrats involved are misguided
Do drones and other guided weaponry protect civilians in war zones – or pose a greater threat to them?
Weekly demonstrations have been taking place since March 2018, but will now stop until April and resumed on a monthly basis only
Bensouda filed official Israeli statements asserting the Israeli-Palestinian conflict does not fall under the court's jurisdiction