Ministry of Foreign affairs and expatriates: Demands the International Criminal Court to Open a Formal Investigation into Crimes Committed by the Occupation and its Settlers
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates condemns, in the strongest terms, the settler’s brutal assault on Kafr Malik town, and east of Ramallah. The Ministry regards the settlers' and the occupations continuous attacks as one of the current Israeli escalations against our people, their land and property.
The Israeli government approved a decision yesterday allowing axing thousands of olive trees southeast of Bethlehem. Moreover, the occupation forces escalated house demolitions and the evacuation of Palestinian land approximately the apartheid wall in occupied Jerusalem, Issawiya, and other places, and further attempted expanding the settlement located west Ya'bad Town.
As Netanyahu and Friedman attended a ceremony to launch the settlement project in the occupied Golan Heights, named after President Trump, the Ministry affirms that the occupations disregard of the international law and international legitimacy and its resolutions is a blatant challenge to the will of international peace and the achievement of peace on the basis of the two-state solution. The ministry follows the daily crimes and the violations of the occupation and its settlers and calls upon the Human rights organizations to document these crimes to be submitted to the International Criminal Court against Israeli war criminals.