The International Criminal Court, heir to the Nuremberg war crimes tribunal, has in a grotesque inversion become a propaganda weapon of organizations linked to the 3rd Reich.
By RICHARD KEMP
SS Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler, architect and director of the Holocaust, would be proud of the latest move by Fatou Bensouda, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. Intent on the total elimination of the Jewish race, Himmler supported Amin al-Huseini, Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, in his plans to eradicate the Jews in Palestine.
Now Bensouda and the ICC have joined the international campaign aimed at eliminating the Jewish state, led by al-Huseini’s successors. Continue Reading »
Retired British commander, Col. Richard Kemp and retired U.S. Lt. Col. Geoffrey S. Corn accuse U.N. Human Rights Council of promoting false claims against the Israel Defense Forces and warns the UN diplomats & member states that such an erroneous, biased report will further incentivize Hamas’ exploitation of Gaza’s population.
JNS and Israel Hayom Staff
In testimony delivered at the United Nations on Monday morning, retired U.S. Lt. Col. Geoffrey S. Corn and renowned retired British commander Col. Richard Kemp refuted a U.N. Human Rights Council report that accuses Israeli soldiers of “war crimes” and “crimes against humanity” on Israel’s border with the Gaza Strip. Continue Reading »
In an exclusive interview, Col. Richard Kemp, former commander of British Forces in Afghanistan says peace is far from breaking out, as he comments on the conflict with Hamas, the battle for public opinion, the ethics of war, & changes needed for peace.
By Judith Bergman
Col. Richard Kemp, CBE, has been spending time in Israel, where he spoke at Shurat Hadin’s “Towards a New Laws of War” Conference, and at Bar-Ilan University, which bestowed him with an honorary doctorate in recognition of his stalwart battle against terrorism and terrorist organizations. Kemp, now retired from the British Army, was commander of the British forces in Afghanistan in 2003 and served in Iraq, the Balkans and Northern Ireland. Continue Reading »