Reuters is reporting the International Criminal Court, or ICC, could soon issue arrest warrants for Sudanese president Omar Hassan al-Bashir and other senior Sudan government officials. Doesn't the Arab League have a central role to play in all this? The ICC's current prosecutor is Argentine native Luis Ocampo-Moreno. Reporter Emma Thomasson writes that the prosecutor is expected to publicly name his Sudan arrest list Monday, 14 July. Quoting Reuters, "Alex de Waal, a Sudan expert from the New York-based Social Science Research Council, warned that going after top Sudanese leaders could embolden rebels in Darfur and reignite conflict. Bashir is somebody who is proud, prone to anger and emotional outbursts, who responds to humiliation with rage... The prospects for him responding very aggressively are very real, as are the prospects for polarization and bloodshed."