Ayman Safadi ... "I think there is enough evidence right there that Israel is within the legal definition of genocide and one of the outcomes of the Arab League and Muslim summit was to entrust the secretariats of both organisations to start preparing files to document Israeli war crimes with a view to taking legal action in international court."
The link above has an embedded video interveiw of Safadi.
He also said it at the Eighth annual Mediterranean forum focuses efforts on Gaza, held in Spain:
Algeria to host legal delegations to try Zionist regime
Algeria is said to be hosting an Arab and European legal delegation over the next couple of days to initiate the trial of the Zionist regime for genocide in its recent attacks against the Gaza Strip, local media reported.
Ibrahim Tairi, head of Algeria’s National Union of Lawyers, has reportedly said that his country will be hosting an international conference on November 29-30 where the participants will seek the best practical ways to investigate and try the Zionist regime at the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the courts of other countries.
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune had earlier called on all the freedom-seekers across the world, as well as the legal experts of the Arab countries and the international legal organizations, to pursue the Zionist crimes at the ICC and other international human rights bodies.
Iran calls on ICC to pursue trial of Zionist officials
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, in a message to the International Criminal Court (ICC), called for the trial of the Israeli regime's officials.
Referring to the barbaric bombing of Gaza and ground invasion by the Zionist regime, Amir-Abdollahian considered the Zionists' actions as examples of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide.
The top Iranian diplomat considered the support of some countries to the Zionist usurper regime as the cause of the regime's continued brutality and violence.
He also called on the International Criminal Court to adhere to its legal obligations and fulfill its duties over prosecuting the perpetrators of these crimes.