ICC Seeks Arrest Warrants for Israeli and Hamas Leaders Amid Gaza Conflict

When Israel began its bombing campaign in Gaza, Rasha Abu Shaban and her family fled south, but her brother stayed behind.

He was later killed when an Israeli missile struck their home. This is part of a larger conflict that began after a Hamas-led attack on October 7, which killed 1,139 Israelis and saw 250 taken captive.

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In response, Israel’s campaign has killed over 35,500 Palestinians.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor, Karim Khan, has announced plans to seek arrest warrants for both Israeli and Hamas leaders, marking a significant moment in ICC history.

Charges against Israeli leaders include using starvation as a warfare method and targeting civilians, while Hamas leaders face charges of extermination and torture.

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