Sunday, July 21, 2024

The International Court of Justice will issue its verdict this Friday on allegations of “genocide” in Gaza


A verdict closely followed around the world. On Friday 26 January, the UN's High Court issued its first ruling on emergency measures sought by South Africa against Israel. “Genocide” In Gaza. The International Court of Justice in The Hague could order the Jewish state to end its military campaign or ease humanitarian aid. However, he would not comment today on the question of whether or not Israel is actually committing genocide. Follow our live stream.

At the center of the conflict is Khan Yunis. According to an AFP journalist, the bombings continued Thursday on Khan Younes, where the Israeli military believes Hamas leaders are hiding. A city located in the south of the Gaza Strip “around” By the IDF. The international community has expressed its gravest concerns in the past few hours.

More refugees in Rafah. Thousands of people have fled Khan Yunis to seek refuge in the town of Rafah on the border with Egypt, where the majority of the 1.7 million displaced Palestinians are already concentrated. UNRWA Commissioner General Philippe Lazzarini spoke “The Endless Search for Safety” For the civilian population.

France condemns Israeli firing on shelter “United Nations bases and humanitarian personnel whose mission is essential to the citizens of Gaza must be fully protected”Confirms Quai d'Orsay, calls Israel “In compliance with international humanitarian law”. UN for Palestinian refugees According to the agency (UNRWA), 13 people were killed in these attacks.

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