A group of Israeli farmers arrived at the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague on Monday to file a war crimes charge against top Hamas officials for arson kite terrorism along the Gaza border. It was signed by 50,000 petitioners, who charge top Hamas leaders Khaled Mashal, Zaher Jabarin and Saleh Arouri,of directing followers to commit arson terror with incendiary kites. The farmers, whose homes and lands border on the Gaza Strip, report that the kites set fire to nearly 2,300 acres of land. The damage to farm lands, crops and residential property runs into many millions of dollars. The group is to display outside the ICC an exhibit of blown up photos depicting the devastation wrought by the burning kites.