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ISRAELI NGO SHURAT HADIN PLANS TO SUE PALESTINIAN P.A. OVER TERRORISM AT THE ICC…….

 

 Game on!

They (the Frankenstinian regime) think that they can use their observer status at the UN to carry out another front against the State of Israel, this time through lawfare tactics. Well the last time I looked, Israel is full of capable lawyers, and the creme of the crop get their chance to work their trade on these high profile cases.

UPDATE: A reader tells me that: “Private groups cannot sue anyone at the ICC.  They can present complaints to the Prosecutor who may or may not initiate a case.”

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 So far the NGO won cases to the sum of over a billion US dollars, of which over $120 million were collected.

Israeli NGO to sue PA for terrorism (Ynet)

An Israeli civil rights NGO is preparing to sue the Palestinian Authority in the International Criminal Court (ICC) for its alleged responsibility for thousands of terrorist attacks on Israel.

“Terrorizing Terror” is the Shurat HaDin – Law Center’s tagline for the campaign, meant to deter Palestinian efforts to file lawsuits against Israeli soldiers.

The publicity material shows the tagline on top of photographs of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas Prime Minister Ismayil Haniyeh behind bars.

After the United Nations upgraded its status to non-member observer state in late November, the Palestinian Authority hinted its intentions to sue Israelis for alleged war crimes at the ICC in The Hague.

Though recent attempts to revive the peace process appear to have halted these efforts, Shurat HaDin started preparing thousands of cases against the Palestinian Authority and its leaders.

“We call on all Israeli citizens who were harmed in terror attacks to testify through our Facebook page and tell their traumatic experiences,” the organization’s chairwoman Attorney Nitsana Darshan-Leitner explained.

Continue reading on Ynet H/T: Matti N.

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