On Friday, the International Court of Justice ordered the Zionist occupation to take all measures within the limits of its authority to prevent genocide and improve the humanitarian situation in Gaza, stressing that it will not reject the genocide case filed against the entity.
The International Court of Justice said, during the reading of its ruling related to the genocide lawsuit filed by South Africa, that the occupation must ensure that its forces do not commit acts of genocide.
The International Court of Justice also ordered the occupation to submit a report to the court within one month, saying that “the ruling imposes international legal obligations on Israel.”
The Court of Justice stressed that all parties in the Gaza Strip are obligated to respect international law.
She pointed out that the Palestinians are a group subject to protection under the Genocide Convention, adding: “We will not reject the case of genocide against Israel.”
She added, “It has the authority to issue emergency measures in the genocide case against Israel.”
The International Court of Justice said: “We are deeply concerned about the continuing loss of life in Gaza.”
The International Court of Justice stated that “at least some of the rights sought by South Africa in its genocide lawsuit against Israel’s war on Gaza are reasonable.”
The ruling issued by the International Court of Justice today does not address the main accusation in the case, which is whether there was genocide, but focuses on the urgent intervention sought and demanded by South Africa.
Commenting on the decision, Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki welcomed the temporary measures ordered by the International Court of Justice, and said that the court’s judges ruled in favor of humanity and international law.
South Africa praised the “decisive victory” for the international rule of law, describing it as an important milestone in the search for justice for the Palestinian people.
Reuters quoted the head of Hamas’ political department abroad, Sami Abu Zuhri, as saying that the International Court of Justice’s decision “is an important development that contributes to isolating Israel and exposing its crimes” in Gaza, as he put it.
It is noteworthy that South Africa submitted an urgent complaint last month to the International Court of Justice accusing the occupation of violating the United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, concluded in 1948 following the Holocaust during World War II.
For its part, the Zionist entity strongly criticized this complaint, but it is engaged in discussions to reach a truce agreement that includes the release of hostages in exchange for Palestinian detainees in Israeli prisons.
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