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PA to file lawsuit to UN and ICC over toddler burning | PNN


PA to file lawsuit to UN and ICC over toddler burning | PNN: The PA leadership decided to seek a Security Council resolution condemning settler violence against Palestinians and Israel’s policy of building in the settlements.

At the end of urgent meeting chaired by PA President Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian leadership announced that it would bring the arson case to the attention of the ICC.

“This dangerous escalation of Israeli terrorism proves the correctness of the Palestinian decision to join the ICC,” the Palestinian leadership said in a statement. “We call upon the international community to assume its responsibilities in the face of this state-organized terrorism and the terrorism of the settlers and to stop dealing with Israel as a state above the law,” the Jpost cites.

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