Netanyahu, Gantz, Lieberman, Yaalon and Bennett are at risk of trial before international crimes

The Hebrew newspaper Yediot Aharonot said today, Sunday, that senior Israeli political and military leaders are at trial before international crimes after the Prosecutor's decision to open an investigation into war crimes committed against the Palestinians.

According to the newspaper, Benny Gantz, who served as chief of staff to the occupation army during the 2014 war in Gaza, as well as the then army minister, Moshe Ya'alon, and Gadi Eisenkot and Aviv Kochavi, who alternated over the leadership of the chief of staff, in addition to senior officers and leaders of the Shin Bet security service and other current and former, All of them are subject to trial before the court.

It indicated that this would also include Benjamin Netanyahu, Avigdor Lieberman and Naftali Bennett, and even ministers who were responsible for building inside the settlements, and may also include settlement heads and officials in the Ministry of Housing and Civil Administration.

According to Israeli legal authorities, there are reasons to claim the commission of such crimes, suggesting that the decision was taken after 5 years of examination due to the recent developments represented in Netanyahu's announcement of his government’s intention to annex the Jordan Valley to Israeli sovereignty, and the statement of the US State Department regarding the legitimacy of settlement, along with the plaintiff’s conviction That there are indeed war crimes being committed in the occupied territories.

The newspaper pointed out that Israel will not officially cooperate with the court, and the government felt encouraged after the US condemned the decision.


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