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Professors Eyal Benvenisti, David Kretschmer, Claude Klein, Yaffa Zilbershats, Barack Madina and Yuval Shany quoted by Ezzedeen AL-Qassam Brigades




Ezzedeen AL-Qassam Brigades - Palestine



Legal Zionists demanded the prosecution of the Zionist leaders for war crimes trials



To block the proceedings before international tribunals

Concerns of the Zionist entity are continuing on the prosecution of the leaders of the occupation army to the international war crimes courts. According to the Zionist newspaper Yediot Aharonot, six senior experts and professors of law in the Zionist entity, called the attorney for the Zionist government, "Menachem Mazuz" to investigate in war crimes committed by the Zionist occupation army in its war on the Gaza Strip, in order to put an end to litigation in the courts of other states or the International Criminal Court.

The paper disclosed on Wednesday (2-25) that Zionist professors of constitutional and international law (Eyal Npnstei, David Kretschmer, Claude Klein, Jaffa Zilbrchats, Barack Madina, Yuval Chany) demanded for a formation of a foreign commission of the fact-finding in the commission of crimes in the army occupation war on Gaza, particularly since it resulted in the death and injury to more than seven thousand Palestinians, the destruction of infrastructure in Gaza strip as a whole.  

And legal experts said "An external investigation can only be capable of neutralizing any future claims for Zionist entity in this case.

The six teachers revealed, in the petition, their belief that the fourth treaty of "Geneva"  says explicitly that any state under this treaty has the duty to search for persons suspected of committing serious violations of this treaty, and brought to trial.

They add that the information published in various media can be a basis for serious allegations of violating international law during the aggression on Gaza, stressing that the failure of the Zionist entity on the investigation in this case will pay the judiciary in many countries of the world to open investigations into such violations.


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