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Israel's de facto admission of guilt to Gazan War Crimes

Israel, he added, was one of the first countries to support the formation of permanent court of law for crimes against humanity - a proposal that came up following the successful performance of the special tribunals on Bosnia.

However, that changed, he said, after Egypt insisted at the Rome conference that the mandate of this permanent court include occupied territories. This prompted Israel to join the six other countries that voted against the formation of the International Court of Justice, including the United States, China and Libya.

"Israel, that 'light unto the world,' will be proud to be a signatory to the International Court of Justice that will look into crimes against humanity in countries... What the Fuck, who in the hell inserted the language about occupied territories? What in the hell you trying to do, get us all tossed in prison? That's it, we're outta here. C'mon along, USA."

"We need to fight these vile 'anti-Semites!"


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