The International Tribunal of Conscience: Israel guilty of genocide against Gaza children
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Int'l tribunal: Israel guilty of genocide against Gaza children
The International Tribunal of Conscience reported to the international
community to the First ruling against Crimes against Genocide and on
Palestinian Children in the Gaza Strip during Israeli massive offensive.
World Bulletin / News Desk
The International Tribunal of Conscience which convened in Argentine
reported to the international community to the First ruling against
Crimes against Genocide and on Palestinian Children in the Gaza Strip
during Israeli massive offensive.
The International Tribunal of Conscience, composed of 14 prosecutors on
Human Rights, 11 countries, 9 in Latin America, Africa and Asia
denounces heinous crimes and the systematic advancement of infanticide
against children in the Gaza Strip by the Israeli army.
The International Tribunal over the Childhood Affected by War and
Poverty of the Mission Diplomatique Internationale Humanitaire RWANDA
1994 was led by its International President, Sergio Tapia and
International Human Rights Prosecutor of the International Tribunal of
Conscience, reported Palestine News Network.
Gaza is the most densely populated place on the planet has only 360 km2,
where 1,500,000 people live in which 50 percent are children and 80
percent are below the poverty level, , where Israel has violated the
Geneva Conventions Humanitarian all international declarations on Human
Rights, and has as a method of warfare since the attack on civilians.
"The Moral and Ethical Decision in memory of Palestinian children killed
in Gaza, at least to restore the dignity that you have stolen these
barbaric crimes of the human, together with over 2000 signatures and
requests from organizations and citizens from over 50 countries around
the world who support the International Tribunal of Conscience, and
request the ICC and international justice and human rights in the
European Union and Latin America, the opening of the facts and research
and condemnation of perpetrators of crimes against children in Gaza,
application accompanied by more than two thousand signatures and
requests for Latin America, European Union, Africa and Asia violations
of international humanitarian law must be investigated and prosecuted by
States, especially by the States parties to the Geneva Conventions of
1949 if whatever nationality."
"Israel is part IV of the 1950 Convention for the protection of
civilians, but does not investigate or pursue the facts are br ought
before military courts and criminal courts fail When Israeli state with
jurisdiction over violations of humanitarian law can act the courts of
other states (universal jurisdiction), and that all States are obliged
to respect and ensure respect for the Conventions to do so, universal
jurisdiction may be an appropriate mechanism, but to avoid diplomatic
conflicts would be most convenient for the Court International Criminal
had jurisdiction on these facts," report said.
Officials of Health Ministry in Gaza said that 1340 Palestinians which
492 were children and 106 women.
The court said that the wounded, amounting to 5320, among which there
are 1855 children and 795 women, in addition to 55,000 other
Palestinians have been displaced from their homes by the evidence:
perpetrating the worst atrocities that children have lived in Palestine
Gaza Strip, a concentration camp, a field of carnage, which added more
than 280 children killed and injured over a thousand.
'Genocide' as in Bosnia, Rwanda, Chechnya
According to report this figure increases every day, a new genocide like
the one in Bosnia, Rwanda, the Chechnya may say that Gaza is the new
Middle Eastern Rwanda "Acts carried out by Israeli armed forces are also
a clear violation of Article 6 of the Statute of the International
Criminal Court (" the crime of genocide ") and Article 2 of the 1948
Convention for the prevention and prohibition of genocide.
MAZLUMDER, Turkish human rights group, also went to Gaza to probe
violations during Israeli bombings and assault.
The 47-member UN Human Rights Council, based in Geneva, voted by a large
majority on January 12 to set up a probe into grave human rights
violations by Israeli forces against Palestinians.
Israel has come under fire for using excessive force during the conflict
with Amnesty International accusing the Jewish state of war crimes.
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