The European Parliament recently adopted a resolution  calling for the perpetrators of the October 7th attacks to be held accountable and all possible war crimes to be investigated. It further condemned the taking of hostages and deliberate attacks on civilians, including unlawful killings and sexual torture, as serious violations of international law.

312 MPs voted in favor, 131 against, and 72 abstained.

In a position paper last year, Dr. Isaac Amon, Esq., Managing Editor of TribunalForum, and Edward “Coach” Weinhaus, Esq., CEO of TribunalForum’s Publisher, Judiciocracy LLC, called for Israel to hold trials with due process for the accused.

TribunalForum, as the paper of record for war crimes tribunals of those participating in the October 7 attacks and those thereafter against Israel, covers procedural and substantive matters related to any such tribunal.

The European Parliament resolution reaffirms the EU’s strong support for both the International Criminal Court (ICC) and International Court of Justice (ICJ), suggesting its suggested venue of choice is likely an international one.