International Justice issues its decision on Friday in the genocide case against Israel International Justice issues its decision on Friday in the genocide case against Israel

International Justice issues its decision on Friday in the genocide case against Israel

International Justice issues its decision on Friday in the genocide case against Israel

The International Court of Justice announced that it will issue its decision on requests for interim measures in the “genocide” case brought by South Africa against Israel, next Friday afternoon, explaining that the decision will be read by the president of the court in a public hearing.

The International Court of Justice announced in a statement, on Wednesday, that it will issue its decision on requests for interim measures in the “genocide” case brought by South Africa against Israel, next Friday.

The statement stated that the court will announce, on Friday afternoon, the decision regarding requests for interim measures in the case filed by South Africa against Israel on charges that the latter violated the 1948 United Nations Convention to Prevent and Punish Torture during its attacks on Gaza.

He explained that the decision on the measures will be read by Chief Justice Joan E. Donohue, in a public hearing.

The statement indicated that South Africa filed a lawsuit against Israel on December 29, accusing it of violating its obligations under the Genocide Convention, and demanded that interim measures be taken in order to "prevent further serious and irreparable harm to the rights of the Palestinian people under the Genocide Convention."

South Africa had asked the court to issue nine interim decisions, including ordering Israel to immediately stop military operations in Gaza, and not to take steps that would enhance any military operation in Gaza by any group under its control.

It also called on South Africa to take all necessary measures to prevent genocide against Palestinians, to refrain from any action that falls within the scope of Article 2 of the Genocide Convention, and to ensure that the displaced return to their homes and have access to humanitarian assistance, including adequate food, water, fuel, medical supplies and hygiene. , shelter and clothing.

It also called for taking the necessary steps to punish those involved in acts of genocide, preserving its evidence and not preventing international personnel and other officials from reaching Gaza for this purpose, submitting regular reports to the court on the implementation of the aforementioned measures, and refraining from actions that would complicate the case or prolong its duration.


Russia: Deby meets Putin, who welcomes “stability” in Chad

Visiting Moscow on Wednesday, the president of the transition in Chad presented his condolences to Vladimir Putin following the crash of a Russian military plane in the Belgorod region. All people on board died in this accident according to Russian authorities.

The plane carrying 74 people, including 65 Ukrainian prisoners of war intended for exchange, crashed Wednesday in a border region near Ukraine.

“I learned of the plane crash and I would like, on my personal behalf and on behalf of the people, to express my sincere condolences for the death of the soldiers,” declared Mahamat Idriss Deby, the president of the transition in Chad .

The Russian president, for his part, welcomed the organization of the constitutional referendum in Chad.

"Dear Mr. President, we are closely following the situation developing in your country. You know that we have followed with great concern what is happening in terms of the fight against terrorist attacks, and what has happened to your father. We are in mourning. I would like to express my condolences again. However, we are happy that it was possible to hold a referendum on the constitution. I am convinced that the elections will be held at a high level in a near future. We are happy that you managed to stabilize the situation in the country,” Vladimir Putin said.

The return to constitutional order is expected in Chad after an 18-month transition.
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