Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Tag: Genocide Allegations

Berlin lawyers launch legal battle to halt German arms sales to...

Citing potential violations of international law, this legal challenge seeks to uphold Germany's constitutional commitment to protecting human life and questions the ethical implications of supplying weaponry in a conflict-ridden region.

ICJ rules on allegations of genocide by Israel in historic decision

The International Court of Justice deems it "plausible" that Israel may be committing acts of genocide in Gaza, setting a precedent for international law and humanitarian intervention.

Apartheid is now genocide

Israel's ongoing military offensive in Gaza has raised serious allegations of genocide, sparking global outrage and legal actions. Explore the deepening crisis and the international response to these critical developments.

South Africa levels genocide accusations against Israel at ICJ

Israel's operations in Gaza under scrutiny as ICJ hears 'no innocents' claim.

Diplomatic tensions rise as Israel counters South Africa’s genocide accusations at...

Amidst tensions, Israel counters South Africa's genocide case at the ICJ. A high-stakes legal and diplomatic battle unfolds, with global implications for justice and human rights.

Emergency motion in US court seeks to halt aid for alleged...

Legal action challenges US support amidst accusations of genocide.

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Hate crime or isolated incident? Texas woman charged with attempted murder of Palestinian-American child

A shocking case in Euless, Texas, where a woman attempted to drown a 3-year-old Palestinian-American child, has sparked demands for a hate crime investigation amid rising anti-Muslim sentiments.

MAGA bottom line: Less about grievance, policy or values than know-it-all, esteem-buoying Trumpian absolutism

Trump steps up Nixonian arrogance (“if a president does it, that makes it legal”) into imperial privilege – if Trump the genius says it, that makes it true.

Justice Thomas sparks outrage with defense of gun rights for domestic abusers

Clarence Thomas stands alone in dissent as the Supreme Court upholds a law prohibiting domestic abusers from possessing firearms, sparking outrage and renewed calls for judicial accountability.

Exxon and Suncor lose bid to escape Boulder’s climate change lawsuit

A Colorado judge rejects ExxonMobil and Suncor Energy’s attempts to dismiss a lawsuit holding them accountable for climate change-related damages.

Julian Assange secures release after plea deal with US government

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange agrees to a plea deal, leading to his release from Belmarsh Prison and highlighting the ongoing debates about press freedom and whistleblower prosecution.