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Factsheet: The ICJ and ICC

May 27, 2024 | Greg Rose

The ICJ can provide interim measures. It has no criminal jurisdiction and no jurisdiction over individuals. The ICJ is paid for as part of contributions to the UN by member states… The ICC has criminal jurisdiction over individuals but not jurisdiction over sovereign states. It is a UN satellite agency under a treaty binding on its parties. It is paid for by parties to its Rome Statute.

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Fact Sheet: Israel’s second anti-terror raid at Shifa Hospital

April 3, 2024 | Ahron Shapiro

Beginning on March 18, the IDF and other security agencies raided the Shifa Hospital compound in Gaza City for the second time in the war – the first time was back in November – based on intelligence that Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorists had regrouped and massed themselves in and around the compound.

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Factsheet: South Africa, Hamas, and the ICJ “genocide” case against Israel

February 6, 2024 | AIJAC staff

This fact sheet brings together information about South Africa and the African National Congress (ANC) which suggests that South Africa today is no longer the country of Nelson Mandela, and the ICJ case against Israel has very little to do with kinship for the “oppressed”, and more to do with Pretoria’s increasing alignment with radical actors, including Hamas – as well as, possibly, cynical self-interest.

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“I went through hell”: What the released hostages say about their captivity

December 8, 2023 | Alana Schetzer, Aviva Winton

Returning hostages were forced to smile, shake hands with their captors and thank them publicly as part of Hamas’ propaganda. However, in one video a Hamas fighter is seen ordering captives to keep waving – and there are also reports that hostages were given tranquilisers prior to their release to make them appear happy.

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Fact sheet: Gaza’s hospitals and ambulances – and Hamas’ exploitation of them

November 14, 2023 | AIJAC

Below is a current update on the reality of the situation with respect to the hospitals of Gaza – including the well-documented evidence and history of Hamas’ use of hospitals and ambulances for terrorist purposes. These practices remove their protected status under International Humanitarian Law, allowing the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) to strike these targets, though of course while continuing to seek to minimise harm to civilians within the laws of “proportionality” and while adhering to other relevant rules.

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“House and Garden”: An IDF operation targeting terror infrastructure in Jenin

July 4, 2023 | Ahron Shapiro

In the early morning hours of July 3, 2023, the Israel Defense Forces conducted a “Brigade-level raid” including over 1,000 soldiers and border police, into the Palestinian town of Jenin, focusing primarily on the UNRWA refugee camp in the area (also named Jenin).

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Factsheet: Israel’s campaign in Gaza against terrorist targets

May 9, 2023 | AIJAC staff

The Israel Defence Forces and the Israel Security Agency (a.k.a. Shin Bet) initiated ‘Operation Shield and Arrow’ – a counter-terrorist operation – on May 9. The declared purpose of the operation is to target and eliminate senior Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) terrorists

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Factsheet: The “Lions’ Den” terror group

October 28, 2022 | AIJAC staff

The “Lions’ Den” is a terrorist group of a few dozen armed Palestinians operating from Nablus in the northern West Bank. 

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