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ICZ verdict on Israeli genocide in Gaza today

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The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will rule today on the alleged ‘genocide’ of Israelis in Gaza. The ICJ is going to give this judgment in view of South Africa’s application. It is believed that the top court of the United Nations can order Israel to stop fighting in the Palestinian territories. Qatar-based media Al Jazeera reported this information.

In this direction, the Israeli forces continue to attack Ghazar Khan Yunis. Earlier, Israel ordered hundreds of thousands of residents to leave the area. Residents of Khan Younis say they cannot flee amid continued violence.

According to the Ministry of Health of Gaza, Israeli forces carried out a massive drone attack around a building and yard of Nasser Hospital yesterday. At least 20 Palestinians were killed while standing in line to receive humanitarian aid.

In such a situation, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is going to give a decision on whether it will be ordered to take effective steps to stop the Israeli attack. The whole world is looking at the verdict of ICJ.

On October 7 of last year, Israeli forces launched an attack on Gaza after an unprecedented attack by Hamas on Israel. South Africa then filed a case at the ICJ last December requesting an end to the massacre of Israelis in Gaza. Two hearings were held earlier this month. South Africa has asked the ICJ to urgently order Israel to end its military operations in Gaza at the hearing. In addition, the country also requested to instruct Israel to maintain normal humanitarian aid operations in Gaza.

According to the news agency AFP, the ICJ, the highest legal body of the United Nations, was established after the Second World War. The organization takes steps to resolve disputes between the two warring countries. There is a legal obligation to comply with the decisions given by ICZ. However, this court can exert very little power on any country to comply with it. There is no appeal against the order of ICJ.

Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a televised press conference on January 14, “No one can stop us—not The Hague, not the Axis of Satan, not anyone else.”

Analysts say that Netanyahu is referring to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands.

According to the Hamas-run Health Ministry, 25,900 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli attacks since October 7. Most of the victims were women and children. On the other hand, 1 thousand 139 Israelis were killed in Hamas attacks.


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