Israel's obligations under international law
B'Tselem. The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territrories
05-Jan-2009 (2 comments)

Israel cannot evade its legal responsibility to respect the human
rights of residents of the Gaza Strip in those areas of life that
Israel controls. Even after the disengagement, Israel continues to bear legal responsibility for the consequences of its actions and omissions concerning residents of the Gaza Strip.

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How many Countries follow the Law?

by farokh2000 on

The International Laws that were set by UN and the World Court seem to be just a symbol and excuse. How many Countries are following them?

Is U.S. following any of them, when they invade innocent Nations around the World and murder their people?

Is Israel following them by invading, occupying and murdering people of other nations?

Are the Mullahs following any laws and rules?

But when it comes time to using/abusing these laws as excuses, the big powers have always had selective memories, what they do is fine, what others do is evil and they should be punished?


What about Iran?

by Are you Palestinian (not verified) on

Why don't you preach the same for Iran? Doesn't Iran under mullahs have any obligations under international law? after all she is a signatory to a lot of UN laws, but does she feel obligated to resepct them?

Why don't you remind everybody about Iran and her obligations under international law?