The Simon Wiesenthal Center urged the International Criminal Court to prosecute Hamas for “crimes against humanity”

The Palestinian head of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, speaks in a mosque, in Gaza City, on September 6, 2018. Europa Press/Contact/Ashraf Amra/File (Europa Press/Contact/Ashraf Amr/)

He Simon Wiesenthal Center demanded the International Criminal Court to prosecute the terrorist group Hamasresponsible for the massacre in Israel from last Saturday, “crimes against humanity”.

“Hamas and Khaled Mashal have issued a statement designating today, Friday, October 13, 2023, as a day of general mobilization for the “Al-Aqsa Flood” operations. In the statement, he urged Palestinians in the West Bank and inside Israel to participate in large-scale demonstrations and confront Israeli soldiers at every opportunity,” the Simon Wiesental Center said in a statement.

“Extending its call to Palestinians, Arabs, Muslims and defenders of freedom around the world, Hamas urged them to dedicate this Friday as a day of unavoidable support to “expose the occupation and earn the honor of participating in the defense of the Mosque.” of Al-Aqsa” and to “show anger” towards the Zionists and the United States,” he added.

Statement from the Simon Wiesenthal Center:

“Instead of providing aid and comfort to top Hamas terrorist leaders, Qatar should hand them over to the International Criminal Court to be prosecuted for crimes against humanity, including mass murders, kidnappings, rapes, and attacks on civilian families, as well as the murder and beheading of 40 Israeli children in a community.

“The top leaders of Hamas should no longer have a safe haven anywhere in the world other than Tehran, with its cashiers and main supporters.”

The Simon Wiesenthal Center (CSW) was founded in 1977 by el Rabbi Marvin Hieras a legacy of whoever was called “Nazi Hunter” taking the lessons of the Holocaust to apply them to human rights and the strengthening of democracy.

It guides its work towards promoting coexistence in diversity and confronting racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, discrimination and terrorism.

With headquarters in Los Angeles and offices in Paris, Jerusalem, New York, Toronto, Chicago, Miami and Buenos Airesthe CSW has more than 400,000 members in the world.

It has NGO status before the UN, UNESCO, OAS, OSCE, Council of Europe and Latin American Parliament.