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The International Court of Justice in The Hague will decide tomorrow on the measures requested by South Africa for Israel's attack on Rafah

The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the UN's highest judicial authority, will rule tomorrow, Friday, on South Africa's request to order a halt to Israel's offensive in Gaza's Rafah, it said today. “A public hearing will take place at 15:00 (16:00 Greek time) at the Peace Palace in The Hague,” where the court is based, the ICJ said in a statement. Last week South Africa asked the Hague Court, as it is also known, to order a halt to Israel's attack on Gaza, and in particular Rafah, in order to ensure the survival of the Palestinian people. The request for this emergency measure is part of a wider case brought before the Court by South Africa, which accuses Israel of genocide. Israel rejects South Africa's accusations that it violates the 1948 Genocide Convention, saying they amount to a travesty of the crime of genocide. The court has not accepted Israel's request to dismiss […]
Source: News Beast

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