Experts slam ICC for quick case against Israel while ignoring brutal regimes: ‘Totally politically driven’

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has recently come under criticism from experts who argue that the court was too quick to launch a war crimes investigation against Israel. Critics claim that while the ICC was swift to act against the Middle Eastern democracy, it has turned a blind eye to atrocities committed by brutal regimes in countries like North Korea, Iran, and Syria.

Some feel that ICC’s action against Israel seems to be politically motivated rather than being driven purely by justice. These critics argue that by ignoring human rights abuses and violations in other parts of the world, the ICC may be compromising its integrity and impartiality. Some also assert that the ICC’s lack of action against certain regimes undermines its credibility as a global guardian of human rights.

However, it’s important to understand that the criticisms are varied and complex, and others still see the ICC’s investigation into Israel as a significant step in acknowledging and addressing alleged human rights abuses worldwide.

As an impartial entity, the ICC’s mission is to investigate and try individuals charged with the gravest crimes of international concern. Despite the criticism, it continues its work in the interest of delivering justice.

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