Amnesty International have called on the United Nations Security Council to refer the situation in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories to the International Criminal Court.
Amnesty International's Secretary General Salil Shetty said:
The UN Security Council must not stand by yet again and bear witness to mounting atrocities. It must seize this moment to act decisively for justice. Ongoing injustice for victims of war crimes and crimes against humanity is a shame that hangs heavy on the world. An International Criminal Court investigation is crucial to end the pervasive culture of impunity. All sides must push for the Court to investigate such crimes in order to halt the vicious cycle of violations and injustice once and for all.
In an open letter to the UN Security Council, Amnesty said it had documented compelling evidence that Israel, Hamas and other Palestinian armed groups have committed war crimes, but perpetrators on both sides continue to enjoy impunity.
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