The Ziada Case
Palestine Justice Campaign to the Supreme Court
The case was initially heard before The District Court of The Hague in September 2019 and subsequently before the Appeals Court of The Hague in September 2021. In both the first instance judgement and the appeal, the Court ruled that Gantz and Eshel were immune
from prosecution because the act of bombing the Ziada family home was an official act of the state of Israel, meaning they were entitled to immunity. The initial case and the appeal were supported by our original crowdfunder "Palestine Justice Campaign
". Now, Ismail Ziada is taking his case to the Supreme Court
To support this next step in the case, this new crowdfunder has been set up to specially support the Ziada family's fight for justice before the Supreme Court. This case is not for personal gain and if any compensation is received, it will be dedicated to a specially established fund for Palestinian war crime victims in general and children in particular.
To know more about the Ziada case and to donate to the Palestine Justice Campaign, please click here