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Israeli minister Ben Gavir called the ICJ verdict ‘hypocrisy’

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The United Nations International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ordered Israel to take all necessary measures to prevent genocide in Gaza. Israel’s National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gavir called the verdict “hypocrisy”.

Al Jazeera, a Qatar-based media outlet, reported that Ben Gavir made a post on X on social media after the ICZ verdict was announced yesterday. In that post, he wrote ‘The Hague Schmug’ in reference to the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands. ie ‘The Hague is meaningless’.

Ben Gavir also wrote, ‘They were silent during the Holocaust, and today they have raised their hypocrisy to another level.’

Ben Gavi is known as a radical. He wrote in his X post, “The judgment of the anti-Semitism court in The Hague proves that this court does not want justice, but they support the persecution of the Jewish people.”

Objecting to the ICJ verdict, Ben Gavir said, ‘We cannot accept this dangerous verdict. This ruling will jeopardize the future existence of the State of Israel. We must eliminate the enemy completely.’

The Israeli minister also said, “We made a promise during the establishment of the state of Israel that there would be no more conflict.” We keep that promise and do what our security forces (IDF) do. In accordance with international law, Jewish traditions and values.

Yesterday, the United Nations International Court of Justice (ICJ) ordered Israel to take all necessary measures to prevent genocide in Gaza. Also, those involved in the massacre have been ordered to be punished. However, the preliminary ruling did not contain any order to stop the attack on Gaza.

The ruling ordered Israel to take immediate and effective steps to ensure the entry of essential basic services and humanitarian aid into Gaza on an urgent basis. In addition, the ICJ has ordered Israel to submit a report within the next month on what measures have been taken to prevent genocide in Gaza.

On December 29, the ICJ gave its verdict in the case of South Africa’s genocide against Israel. However, the proceedings of this case may take several years to complete, according to a report by the BBC.



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