South Africa Requests ICJ to Stop Israel’s Genocide in Gaza.
South Africa has accused Israel of violating the UN Genocide Convention and initiated a case at the International Court of Justice.
Pretoria argues that Israel’s response to the October 7 Hamas attack led to breaches of the Genocide Convention.
Israel dismissed the case as “atrocious” and pledged a robust defense, stating the attack was unprecedented and resulted in civilian casualties.
South Africa claims that Israel is violating its commitments under the UN Genocide Convention, signed in 1948 after the Holocaust
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The ANC in South Africa, rooted in its anti-apartheid struggle, accuses Israel of violating the UN Genocide Convention in response to the October 7 Hamas attack.
South Africa files a case at the ICJ, urging Israel to cease military operations in Gaza.
Israel rejects the charges, pledging a strong defense.
The ANC’s historic ties to the Palestinian cause influence the accusation.
The Gaza war, triggered by the Hamas attack, resulted in casualties on both sides. Israel’s President hints at self-defense defense, while the US supports Israel.
The ICJ’s ruling, expected within weeks, could have geopolitical repercussions.
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