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The ICC defends one false moral equivalence by making another

28 May 2024

11:32 PM

28 May 2024

11:32 PM

Last week, in an article in The Australian, I joined many from around the world denouncing the moral equivalence from the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) between Israel as a democratic country with an elected Prime Minister, a professional and disciplined military and a powerful and independent judiciary, on the one hand, and Hamas as a terrorist organisation with no internal judicial checks on its military conduct whatsoever, on the other.

Perhaps stung by the chorus of criticisms, Karim Khan, the prosecutor, has now dug the hole he is in even deeper in an interview with The Times.

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