Palestinian Genocide Reaches Horrific Stage; Hearing at the International Court of Justice

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Palestinian Genocide Reaches Horrific Stage; Hearing at the International Court of Justice

The International Court of Justice is likely to issue an arrest warrant for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Geneva: In the International Court of Justice, the hearing began on South Africa’s request against Israel’s genocide of Palestinians in Gaza and Rafah, in which the plaintiff said that Israel’s genocide has now reached its horrifying stage in Rafah.

According to the World News Agency, in the hearing, South African ambassador Wosemozi Madonsela accused Israel of ignoring the previous orders of the International Court of Justice and the directives of the United Nations Security Council, saying that despite the clear orders in the previous court hearing, Israel continues the genocide of Palestinians and reached a horrific stage in the southern city of Rafah in Gaza.

The ambassador of South Africa in the Netherlands added in his arguments that Israel wiped Gaza from the page and when the Palestinians took refuge in Rafah, it is still doing operations there. The International Court of Justice must do more to stop Israel’s genocide.

He added that the International Court of Justice in the last hearing had ordered Israel to implement measures to stop the acts of genocide, but Israel deliberately violated the court order.

The Ambassador of South Africa demanded that the International Court of Justice take immediate and effective steps to protect the rights of the Palestinian people by making Israel implement its orders.

In the same way, Professor Van Loo, a legal expert representing South Africa at the International Court of Justice, also said that Israel’s actions in Rafah are terrible and that Rafah is being made a ruin like Gaza for refugees.

The hearing on the application of South Africa against Israel is going on in the International Court of Justice and the decision is also likely today.

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