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Tag Archives: Mavi Marmara
Despite my deep misgivings, not to mention moral objections, to the reconciliation agreement between Israel and Turkey, it is important to take note of other views, particularly those which don’t see the deal as a disaster but rather as an … Continue reading
On reading the terms under which Israel and Turkey are to restore diplomatic relations today I felt I ought to title this piece by paraphrasing Neville Chamberlain: “I have here a piece of paper…”. Let’s start with the terms of … Continue reading
Yes, you read the headline correctly. Just over a week ago I posted about the ICC’s illegal and anti-Israel move to reopen the case against Israel’s alleged war crimes committed during the Mavi Marmara fiasco. We had a hint that … Continue reading
Sadly but unsurprisingly, there has been no shortage of bad news lately and I suspect that this situation will continue. The International Criminal Court, the ICC, has gone against all precedent and broken any kind of law rule-book, in order … Continue reading
With all the tragic events of this past week, this week’s Good News Friday post is going to concentrate more on good news from the political front. First we have the quite astonishing news that the ICC rejected a petition … Continue reading