New details regarding the request to refer the Prime Minister of Australia to the International Criminal Court as an accomplice in the Gaza genocide New details regarding the request to refer the Prime Minister of Australia to the International Criminal Court as an accomplice in the Gaza genocide

New details regarding the request to refer the Prime Minister of Australia to the International Criminal Court as an accomplice in the Gaza genocide

New details regarding the request to refer the Prime Minister of Australia to the International Criminal Court as an accomplice in the Gaza genocide

Washington : Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is one of many Western leaders who provided political and material support for the bloody Israeli war on the Gaza Strip, which led to the martyrdom of at least more than 30,000 Palestinians over the past five months, but he On Monday, he became the first Western president to be referred to the International Criminal Court for being an “accomplice to genocide.”

More than 100 lawyers supported the referral under Article 15 of the Rome Statute, against Albanese, a member of the Labor Party, as well as members of his government and parliament, who provided Israel with “rhetorical support in public statements and press conferences” in addition to material assistance, lawyer Shirin Omri revealed. For “News Breakfast” on ABC.

Australia provided military and intelligence assistance to the Israeli army after the bloody attack on Gaza

Omari said that the assistance provided by Australia since Israel began the attack on Gaza included the export of spare parts for F-35 fighter aircraft, in addition to military intelligence information through surveillance work carried out by the government at the Pine Gap Joint Defense Facility in the Northern Territory of Australia.

While Albanese recently called on Israel to respect international law, Omri said there had been very little in the way of urging restraint on Israel and discouraging what the international community might do “even though months have passed since the war,” the website reported. Common Dreams.

The Court of Justice concluded on January 26 that it was a plausible case of genocide.”

Australia deployed a military unit in the region in a mysterious manner and refused to disclose its precise location and role

The 92-page document compiled by the legal team outlines a number of specific ways in which officials in the Albanese government and other Australians acted as an accomplice to the genocide, including:

Freezing $6 million in funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East amid a humanitarian crisis due to unconfirmed claims by Israel; Providing military assistance and approving the export of defendants to Israel, which could be used by the Israeli army in the apparent context of committing genocide and crimes against humanity; An Australian military unit was mysteriously deployed in the area , with its exact location and role never revealed; And allowing Australians, explicitly or implicitly, to travel to Israel to join the Israeli army and participate in its attacks on Gaza.

Omari explained in a statement that “the Rome Statute stipulates four forms of individual criminal responsibility, two of which are annexed.”

Along with Albanese, US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz are among the Western leaders who have repeatedly defended Israel's actions in Gaza — despite the genocidal intent expressed in numerous public statements by Israeli leaders. .

Biden was sued in federal court in January for “complicity in genocide committed by the Israeli government.” This case is still working its way through the US appeals process.

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