International Criminal Court for Palestine war crimes investigation

International Criminal Court for Palestine war crimes investigation

International Criminal Court for Palestine war crimes investigation

The Gaza Ministry of Health announced that the number of people who lost their lives in yesterday’s attack on Al-Ehli Baptist Hospital was 471, and 342 people were injured, 28 of them seriously.

On the other hand, the International Criminal Court (ICC) stated that it is carrying out an investigation into the situation in Palestine, and in that context, those who have information about current events in Israel and Palestine can notify the ICC Prosecutor’s Office (OTP). .

The ICC, in its post on the social media platform, “can do it,” it said.

Thousands of Palestinians took to the streets of the West Bank to protest Israel’s attacks on Gaza.

The publication also shared a link for those who wish to make a report within the framework of the investigation carried out on Palestine. It was noted that the form in the link in question can be used to send such information, also known as “contact”, to the ICC Prosecutor’s Office on an anonymous or named basis.

EGYPT DECLARED ONE MORNING

Egypt declared 3 days of mourning across the country over Israel’s attack on a hospital in the Gaza Strip, in which 500 Palestinians died.

The Egyptian Presidency made a written statement on this issue. The statement said: “President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi decided to declare general mourning for three days throughout the Arab Republic of Egypt for the innocents who lost their lives as a result of the bombing of the Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in the Gaza Strip. and for all the martyrs of the brother Palestinian people.

At least 500 Palestinians lost their lives in Israel’s attack on the Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza last night. (AA)

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Source: Sozcu

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