Universally accepted international laws place clear and unequivocal limits, calling violations crimes of war and against humanity.
Claim: An international tribunal has no authority to hold sovereign states accountable.
International law created a tribunal as a legal entity to prosecute individuals for crimes of war, against humanity, and genocide in cases when guilty states fail to do so.
Claim: There are legitimate and illegitimate criticisms of religion.
Criticism is one thing. Vilifying one religion in defense of another is clearly indefensible. Further, international laws strictly prohibit persecuting, killing, or otherwise harming persons of other faiths, practices Israel and America repeatedly commit.