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2024-05-17 20:05:47

Israel-Gaza Conflict: Battle in Rafah and International Legal Maneuvers

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Israel is expected to respond to South Africa's request to the ICJ to cease its offensive in Rafah and allow international access. Meanwhile, South Africa accuses Israel of genocide in Gaza, with Israel defending its actions as necessary for defense against Hamas.

Amidst international criticism, Israel faces legal challenges at the ICJ, with G7 countries urging compliance with humanitarian law. The conflict has led to a significant death toll, with escalating tensions and diplomatic moves unfolding in the Middle East.

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World news | The Guardian
17. Mai 2024 um 14:02

Israel-Gaza war: Israel to respond after South Africa urges ICJ to order halt to Rafah offensive

Israel is expected to respond to South Africa's request to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for an order to halt its assault on Rafah and allow international investigators and journalists into Gaza. The war between Israel and Gaza has resulted in the deaths of at least 35,272 Palestinians since October 7. The US military has completed the installation of a floating pier to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza, and the delivery is expected to begin within the next 24-48 hours.
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17. Mai 2024 um 11:51

Complaint before the ICJ Israel rejects genocide accusation again

South Africa has once again called for action against Israel at the International Court of Justice over the accusation of genocide in Gaza. Israel's representatives have dismissed these accusations and have made allegations against South Africa. Israel argues that a complete troop withdrawal from the Gaza Strip would compromise its defense against the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas.
New York Times - Middle East
17. Mai 2024 um 20:14

Israel Defends Rafah Operation as ‘Limited and Localized’ at U.N. Court

Israeli government lawyers defended the military operation in Rafah as 'limited and localized' at the U.N. Court amidst a South African petition seeking to halt the assault. More than 630,000 people have fled the area, with accusations of genocide against Palestinians in Gaza.
World news | The Guardian
17. Mai 2024 um 15:14

South Africa’s ICJ genocide case aimed at defending Hamas, Israel claims

Israel has criticized South Africa's case against it in the international court of justice, claiming it is an exploitation of the genocide convention to defend Hamas militants rather than protect Palestinian civilians. Israel argued that it is engaged in a war of self-defense and has made efforts to protect civilians and provide aid to Gaza. The hearing took place in The Hague, while G7 countries (excluding the US) sent a joint letter urging Israel to comply with international law in Gaza and address the humanitarian crisis.


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