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The Wall Street Journal editorial page, the most consistent voice of the Republican right, carried an editorial bearing the subhead, “Pirates are flourishing because the world is letting them,” and goading Obama for failing to take decisive action. “US law is clear that pirates who attack US flag ships deserve life in prison. But treating captured pirates as enemy combatants unworthy of Geneva Convention protections would help in cases where pirates attack foreign flagged ships and international law is now more ambiguous.”.
The bill brazenly says that it is using “the Israel/Palestine conflict” simply “as a case study.” But it omits the relevant detail that the Hamas government of Gaza has been accused of war crimes by the very same human rights groups that have accused Israel. This omission falsifies the bill’s claim to address war crimes in the Israel/Palestine conflict. The bill also condemns Israel’s blockade of Gaza, but omits the relevant detail that Egypt is a partner in the blockade.