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Melanie Phillips
Substack, May 27, 2024

“Khan has revealed himself to be a slavish product of the Western intelligentsia, which has embraced moral and cultural relativism and no longer recognizes the distinction between right and wrong, good and evil, victim and victimizer.”

In a revealing Sunday Times (£) interview yesterday with the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim Khan, the journalist Christina Lamb wrote:

He said he did not understand the shock at his announcement, given the continued failure of Hamas to return the hostages and of Israel to allow aid into Gaza.

Khan, who looked “exhausted,” is clearly bewildered by the outrage he has engendered through his request to the court to issue arrest warrants for Israel’s prime minister and defence minister over their alleged “war crimes” and “crimes against humanity” in Gaza. He also requested arrest warrants for the three leaders of Hamas.

This is a man who just doesn’t begin to understand what he has done. He doesn’t have a clue why his decision is so terribly wrong. He thinks he’s been fair and just. He really thinks he’s done the right thing.… [To read the full article, click here]

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