2024-05-17 00:03:24

South Africa Calls for ICJ Action to Stop Israel's Offensive in Rafah, Gaza

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South Africa has taken legal action by requesting the International Court of Justice to order Israel to halt its assault on Rafah in Gaza, calling for an immediate ceasefire to alleviate the suffering of the Palestinian population.

The country also demands access for international investigators and journalists to gather evidence of potential war crimes. Israel's intensified offensive in Rafah, including plans to send more troops and targeting terror sites, has led to a humanitarian crisis with hundreds of thousands fleeing the area.

The United States has raised concerns about protecting civilians in the conflict zone amidst escalating military operations.

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