7 thoughts on “BREAKING: War Cabinet Orders IDF to Lay Waste Rafah Neighborhood, Murdering 100 Civilians – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. I believe 50 thousand is overly optimistic. In about 4 to 6 weeks we’ve gone from 100 to 400 thousand about to starve.

  2. The very recent Rafah massacre caused by the IDF destroying the entire Shabura refugee camp in southern Gaza that killed over 100 Palestinians is just the proverbial tip of the iceberg in the forthcoming coldest and cruelest genocide against humanity. Netanyahu is planning to act very fast to complete this massive genocide before the West might consider taking any action to prevent it. This is why we must try to contact leaders and officials in America and Europe right away.

    Although I trained and served in the U.S. Coast Guard to save lives with the motto Semper Paratus, I think the slogan for the California National Guard, “Action, not Words!” would be more appropriate for this atrocity.

  3. South Africa submitted an “urgent request for additional measures under Article 75 (1)” of the Rules of Court in connection with the “developing circumstances in Rafah” in the case concerning Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.

  4. From President Reagan signing Genocide Convention Implementation Act of 1988

    To Joe Biden Lifting Sanctions and Visa Restrictions against ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda and her officials.

    President Joe Biden lifted sanctions that Donald Trump had imposed on two top officials of the International Criminal Court, undoing one of the past administration’s more aggressive moves targeting international institutions and officials.

    We continue to disagree strongly with the ICC’s actions relating to the Afghanistan and Palestinian situations.

    Oh hypocrisy when it was Russia and aggression against Ukraine …

  5. Richard, this claim is very interesting, but you haven’t cited any evidence or source for it. For your report on the “Amalek directive,” you cited “a well-informed Israeli security source.” Why no such attribution here?

  6. Israeli Protest in The Hague Today

    ’I am going to The Hague to speak for those who no longer can’ | Israel Today |

    Families of captives in Gaza fly to The Hague to charge Hamas with kidnapping, sexual violence.

    The charges were detailed in a statement by the Hostages and Missing Families Forum and include kidnapping, sexual violence and torture.

    “We submitted this brief to support the investigation led by International Criminal Court Chief Prosecutor Karim Ahmad Khan, hoping that he will ask the pre-trial chamber to issue arrest warrants against Hamas perpetrators,” attorney Yuval Sasson from the Meitar law firm representing the Hostage Families Forum, told JNS.

    “It is historic for Israelis to seek justice through the ICC with such substantive magnitude,” said Sasson, who filed the submission in conjunction with Dr. Shelly Aviv Yeini, head of the international law team at the Hostage Families Forum, and members of the Montreal-based Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights.

    … they can travel, well funded, not so for Palestinians in Gaza.

    ’Hamas is Hitler’s successor’: Hostages’ families head to The Hague to file complaint |TOI |


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