The worst case of war crimes by Israel is the killing of nearly 4,000 Palestinians during Operation Cast Lead.
That’s a shocking number, considering the number of civilians killed.
But what about the war crimes cases involving Israeli soldiers and the Israeli air force?
How many Israeli soldiers have been found guilty of war crime charges?
And what about Israel’s role in the crimes of other countries?
This is the report that follows the latest news in the war on terror, the ongoing investigations into Israeli violations of international law and the ongoing legal battles to bring peace to Palestine.
The investigation into the killing, or torture, of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip began in 2014.
Since then, over 5,000 people have been indicted for their involvement in the deaths of Palestinians, the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague has said.
What is the case against Israel?
The ICC has jurisdiction over crimes committed in occupied territory, such as attacks on civilian objects, and crimes committed by the occupying power.
Israel has not been indicted as a party to any international crime.
But Israel’s alleged role in some of the most egregious crimes, including the destruction of civilian homes and infrastructure and the murder of hundreds of Palestinians during the 2014 war, have prompted a number of international organisations to launch investigations.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), established in The Netherlands in 2004, is the main court of law for those who committed crimes against humanity during the 1990s, when the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) was ruled a state of war.
It is investigating some of Israel’s war crimes during the Gaza war in 2014, as well as the killing and torture of Palestinians by the Israeli military in 2014 in the West Bank.
Since the court opened its investigation, it has prosecuted almost 4,300 people.
Among those indicted by the court are Israeli soldiers, some of whom were soldiers who participated in the fighting and others who served on the front lines, and others from the Gaza Strip.
The ICTY was founded in 2004 to investigate war crimes committed during the Second Lebanon War in 1982.
The first war crimes trial began in 2006, and it was established that Israeli forces were responsible for some of those crimes.
The court is currently looking into allegations that Israel was responsible for the killing in 2014 of more than 300 Palestinian children, many of them infants.
A recent decision by the UN Human Rights Council, which was convened in Thessaloniki in 2014 to investigate the war, concluded that Israel had committed war crimes in the Gaza conflict, including “the destruction of hospitals and schools, as they were deliberately targeted”.
What is happening in the court’s case?
The court has charged the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) with the deaths, or the attempted deaths, of approximately 1,000 Palestinian civilians in the 2014 Gaza war, and has indicted seven soldiers.
The Israeli military says the allegations are false and a “complete fabrication”.
Israeli authorities say they were not involved in the killings of Palestinians or in the destruction or destruction of infrastructure.
According to a report in Haaretz, which has also reported on the ICTy’s investigation, the court has heard testimonies from Palestinian officials that they were shot in the back or killed while they were trying to escape.
The reports also stated that the Israeli forces also destroyed the home of a senior Hamas commander, who was killed in the course of the battle.
In addition, the Israeli army has also accused two Israeli officers of war-crimes-related offenses, who were sentenced to life in prison.
Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has repeatedly claimed that the Palestinian accusations are false.
“This is not the case.
They [Palestinian civilians] have never committed any crime,” he said during a speech at the UN General Assembly in September.
“Israelis have no intention of committing war crimes.
It’s just the latest attempt to get away with murder.”
In a report to the ICC, the international court that hears complaints against war crimes, the Icty found that at least four Israeli soldiers who were indicted by a court of justice were present at the Gaza attacks and killed more than 400 Palestinian civilians.
The report also found that one of the officers who was arrested was a senior commander of the Palestinian armed group, Hamas, which it said had links to “terrorists”.
The IctY also said that the commander, the officer of the IDF’s 3rd Brigade, which is known as the “Iron Dome” in the Israeli Army, was the leader of a group of Israeli soldiers accused of participating in the attacks and shooting at Palestinian civilians during the war.
Is the investigation in progress?
The investigation was launched by the Icy, the ICC’s top court of appeals, which heard the case in 2015.
In a statement, the appeals court said that it has “not yet reached any conclusion on whether the evidence against the accused is sufficient to prove the war crime of attacking civilian objects.”
It added that “all relevant and relevant evidence is in place, and