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International Criminal Court Prosecutor Karim Khan Requests Warrants for Netanyahu and Hamas Leaders - Considerations

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“The broader attacks against the ICC [International Criminal Court] emanating from the US and the UK over the past week … only lend further support to the damaging narrative that the ICC is an exercise in selective justice dictated entirely by politics, carries out its mandate with an 'Africa bias', or is simply a new incarnation of 'victors' justice'. The values that underlie the ICC do not allow for one set of rules for democratically elected leaders and another set of rules for everyone else.”

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Assistant professor of international human rights law at Trinity College in Dublin who served as an associate legal officer at the International Court of Justice in The Hague from 2010 to 2014
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“This is a watershed event in the history of international justice. The ICC has never, in over 21 years of existence, indicted a Western official. Indeed, no international tribunal since Nuremberg has done so.”

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Human rights lawyer
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“An attempt to show that the prime minister of Israel and the leaders of terrorist organisations are the same, and the involvement of international institutions in this, is unacceptable.”

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Polish Prime Minister
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“The ICC prosecutor's application for arrest warrants against Israeli leaders is outrageous. And let me be clear: Whatever this prosecutor might imply, there is no equivalence - none - between Israel and Hamas. We will always stand with Israel against threats to its security.”

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President of the United States
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“The request submitted by the Court's prosecutor, Karim Khan, for arrest warrants against both Hamas and Israeli officials is an important step in the investigation of the situation in Palestine. Belgium will continue to support the essential work of international justice to ensure that those responsible for all crimes are held accountable.”

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Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belgium
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“Drawing parallels between the leaders of a democratic country determined to defend itself from despicable terror to leaders of a blood-thirsty terror organisation [Hamas] is a deep distortion of justice and blatant moral bankruptcy.”

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Israeli war cabinet minister
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“I'm pleased to see that the law is now occupying the place it should. Until now, politics has been suspected of holding back the application of the law and in a way that's been very unsatisfactory - now the law is saying it's going to play its part, so that's a good thing. Don't prejudge the issue, it's an application for arrest warrants by Mr Khan in respect to people on both sides and we wait for the judges decision whether to confirm or not.”

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Human rights lawyer
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“The decision by the ICC prosecutor to seek arrest warrants for three Hamas leaders equates the victim with the executioner. the ICC decision gives encouragement to Israel to continue its war of extermination in Gaza.”

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Hamas official
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“The ICC deals with only serious crimes but when you hear what is detailed on both sides, it really is sobering. On the Israeli side, he is naming the prime minister and the defence minister but says this was a state policy, this was official government policy to use starvation as a method of war. I think it is interesting that he's decided to make this public at this stage because the other important decision by Khan [Karim Khan] in the last couple of years is when he brought an arrest warrant against Vladimir Putin and his children's commissioner, Maria Lvova-Belova, in March 2023. At that stage, there were arrest warrants. We're not at this stage; he's gone public saying there should be arrest warrants and he needs to go to the judges. Last time, he had already gone to the judges and it was made public that the judges had approved the recommendation. I can't tell you the reason why, but perhaps he's trying to force an end to the violence by speaking out as early as possible and trying to force efforts for a ceasefire. That seems to be a possibility - why he's decided to act this way.”

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Al Jazeera’s diplomatic editor
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