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ICJ to hold another hearing into Gaza genocide

Israeli soldiers walk next to military vehicles near the Israel-Gaza border, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, in southern Israel, May 8, 2024. REUTERS/Ammar Awad TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Muhammad Amin

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will hold more hearings on “israel’s” genocide in Gaza after South Africa approached the court amid growing alarm over the latest Rafah assault.

More than a million refugees are sheltered in the city even as the Zionists force terrified Palestinians to flee to a tent slum perched on the top of a filthy sand dune 20km away.

The hearings are set down for Thursday and Friday to discuss new emergency measures sought by South Africa over Israel’s attacks on Rafah during the war in Gaza.

The hearings will deal with South Africa’s request for more emergency measures against “israel” over its attacks on Rafah, the court said.

The request is part of an ongoing case brought by South Africa against the Nazi state in January, accusing it of committing genocide against Palestinians in Gaza.

On Sunday, Egypt joined Turkey and Colombia in requesting to join South Africa’s petition.

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