U.S. Complicit in Israel’s War Crimes

Journalist Sam Husseini (https://husseini.substack.com/) exposes US complicity in the Gaza Genocide while questioning a State Department spokesman. Husseini asks if the U.S. is stopping Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas from invoking the Genocide Convention at the International Court of Justice — also known as the World Court — in the Hague.

He also mentions a statement issued by the US Center for Constitutional Rights, warning members of the Congress that their approval of Israel’s support package could make them complicit in genocide and war crimes, and asks whether the US State Department is facing similar possibilities. Craig Mokhiber responds.

Craig Mokhiber is a longtime international human rights lawyer who served as director of the New York Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. He has resigned after publicly accusing the U.N. of failing to address what he calls a "text-book case of genocide" unfolding in Gaza. His resignation letter has gone viral.

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