in ,

‘israel’ fears its day has come at ICJ

Muhammad Amin

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) might order “israel” to remove all its troop from Gaza in a ruling due Friday if it agrees to South Africa's request made last week.

The Nazi state has announced “no power on Earth” will stop its Gaza genocide.

“No power on Earth will stop Israel from protecting its citizens and going after Hamas in Gaza,” “israeli” spokesman Avi Hyman said Thursday when asked if Israel would comply with a ruling to remove its troops from the whole of Gaza.

The Hague-based court said it would announce its decision Friday.

“A public sitting will take place at 3 p.m. at the Peace Palace in The Hague, during which Judge Nawaf Salam, President of the Court, will read out the Court’s Order,” the court said Thursday.

The court held a two-day hearing at the request of South Africa which urged the court to order “israel” to withdraw its forces, and ensure unimpeded humanitarian access to Gaza.

South Africa also asked the court to prevent “israel” from covering up any war crimes and to order to allow journalists and war crime investigators to enter the pulverised ghetto without hindrance.

The court ordered “israel” to provide information on how it was protecting, feeding and housing refugees in Gaza. 

“israeli” legal experts believe its highly probable ICJ will issue injunctions Friday, Anadolu news agency, citing the Israeli Hayom newspaper, said.

One source said the court could either order a Rafah ceasefire or seek a halt to the entire Gaza onslaught.

If the court ordered a complete ceasefire, it would be “the most severe scenario that Israel had feared since the initial Hague hearings in January,” Hayom said.

“israel” is worried an injunction from the ICJ could precipitate similar action at the UN Security Council, where a protecting US veto might not arrive, the newspaper said.

Israel launched a major ground offensive on May 6 in Rafah where Unwra estimates more than 800,000 people have already fled the city.

United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs’ Operations and Advocacy Division director  Edem Wosornu said: “We are running out of words to describe what is happening in Gaza.”

“We have described it as a catastrophe, a nightmare, as hell on earth. It is all of these, and worse,” she emphasized.

On Monday International Criminal Court Prosecutor Karim Khan filed arrest warrants against “israeli” prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and defence minister Yoav Gallant for war crimes and crimes against humanity. He also applied for arrest warrants against three senior Hamas leaders.

What do you think?

500 Points
Upvote Downvote

Written by WebAdmin


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings



Top NGOs call on Biden to head off threats to ICC

Only US, ‘israel’ have jurisdiction in Gaza – White House