Gaza Conflict: Israel Fires Thunderous Warning To South Africa

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As Israel prepares to expand its ground assault into Rafah, it has asked the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to dismiss South Africa’s request for additional emergency measures to protect Palestinians’ rights. Israel argues that the emergency measures already cover the situation in Gaza and that the court should reject South Africa’s latest request.

South Africa recently asked the ICJ to issue extra emergency measures to protect Palestinians’ rights in Rafah, following Israel’s plan to expand its offensive. The ICJ, also known as the World Court, last month ordered Israel to take all measures within its power to prevent its troops from committing genocide against Palestinians in Gaza

Israel has denied all allegations of genocide in connection with its war against Hamas. It is not clear when the judges will rule on South Africa’s latest request or whether they will call additional hearings to consider it.

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