That’s not a good enough answer. If a foreign government wanted to extradite you, would you agree if they thought they had enough evidence, but your government strongly disagreed?
I assume no such thing.
I asked what evidence there was because I had hoped you were following the case more closely than reading one article on it. From what I’m aware, most of the allegations come from “An eye for an eye”
Moreoever, even if true, most of the original allegations revolve around innaction rather than action, or brutality rather than murder. And Israel, at least, has declared that it is past the statue of limitations and that the crimes he was accused of were not considered to be genocide under Israeli law.
So, the accusations made are beyond the statute of limiations, do not fall under the Israeli legal definition of genocide for which there is no statute, and there’s no extradition treaty.