Jan 24, 2021
JERUSALEM WEATHER

The International Committee of the Red Cross in Israel and the “Occupied Territories” may have a hard time finding reasons to condemn Israel for violating International Humanitarian Law in real life. That may be why the organization took to social media to condemn an Israeli television show for violating ‘IHL’.

In a tweet on Sunday, The International Committee of the Red Cross in Israel and the “Occupied Territories”  wrote: Like many of you, this year we’ve also watched @FaudaOfficial and noted a number of violations of #IHL.

Fauda is a popular television series on Netflix which depicts the ongoing conflict between Israel’s intelligence apparatus as they combat violent Arab terrorists. The series originally premiered on the Israeli ‘Yes’ cable network in 2015.

The ICRC then went on to post various clips of the action-drama highlighting how the Israelis in the scene violated international humanitarian law.

The show’s writer, Avi Issacharoff responded facetiously saying: “We shall consider all this in season 4 and promise to try to come with new original violations”