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Legal, Military Experts Call to Reevaluate Term ‘Palestinian Civilian’ After Hostage Rescue Reveals Hamas Complicity

In light of the recent dramatic rescue of four Israeli hostages held by Palestinian civilians, a legal expert and military specialist are urging a reevaluation of use of the term “Palestinian civilian,” arguing that those participating in hostilities, such as hostage-taking and other Hamas crimes, lose their civilian status under international law.

A member of Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, military wing of the Palestinian Hamas movement,

U.N. Security Council to Welcome Pakistan, Somalia

Denmark, Greece, Pakistan, Panama, and Somalia were elected by the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday to serve two-year terms on the U.N. Security Council (UNSC), taking over five rotating “non-permanent” membership slots from Ecuador, Japan, Malta, Switzerland, and Mozambique.

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Report: U.N. Hired Accused Torturers as ‘Peacekeepers’

A consortium of media agencies in Germany and Sweden reported on Tuesday that members of Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan security units accused of torturing prisoners are being deployed on dozens of U.N. peacekeeping missions, adding another scandal to a string of embarrassments for the United Nations.

Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) stand guard outside the militant hideout on Januar

Hamas Complains ICC Didn’t Issue Enough Arrest Warrants for Israelis

Genocidal terrorist organization Hamas complained on Monday that International Criminal Court (ICC) Chief Prosecutor Karim Khan should have demanded more arrest warrants for Israeli officials over their conduct of the war in Gaza — and none at all for Hamas, which started the war on October 7 by perpetrating some of the most savage atrocities in human history.

Palestinian supporters of Hamas burn an Israeli flag during a demonstration outside the de