Libya intends to provide support to South Africa in its lawsuit against Israel Libya intends to provide support to South Africa in its lawsuit against Israel

Libya intends to provide support to South Africa in its lawsuit against Israel

The head of the Supreme Council of State in Libya, Mohamed Takala, called on members of the Presidential Council and the National Unity Government to provide support for the lawsuit filed by South Africa against Israel on charges of genocide in Gaza.

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In his speech, today, Tuesday, Takala stressed the necessity of assigning a team of legal experts to prepare the necessary files to enhance the chances of success of this lawsuit, and to exert efforts and endeavors to formulate a joint Arab-Islamic effort towards this position.

South Africa resorted to filing a lawsuit before the International Court of Justice in The Hague, in which it said that “Israel is committing genocide in the Gaza Strip, and that it does not work to punish those who incite genocide.”
Libya intends to provide support to South Africa in its lawsuit against Israel

Libya intends to provide support to South Africa in its lawsuit against Israel


South Africa asked the court to discuss the matter, in the coming days, and issue a temporary order against Israel calling for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. According to the request, this step is necessary to protect the Palestinians from “additional and irreparable harm.”

It also asked the court to order Israel to allow Palestinians who were displaced from their homes in the Gaza Strip to return to it, to stop depriving them of food, water and humanitarian aid, to ensure that Israelis do not incite genocide and punish those who do, and to allow an independent investigation into Israel’s military operations. .

The International Court of Justice announced earlier that  South Africa had submitted a request to initiate proceedings against Israel   for “acts of genocide against the Palestinian people” in the Gaza Strip.

Haaretz newspaper reported that Israel had appointed a British lawyer to defend it before the International Court of Justice.



Algeria calls for a Security Council meeting to discuss the displacement of Palestinians from Gaza

Algeria calls for a Security Council meeting to discuss the displacement of Palestinians from Gaza

Algeria called on Tuesday for an open session of the UN Security Council to be held on January 12, regarding Israeli threats to forcibly displace Palestinians from the Gaza Strip. 

Developments in the war on Gaza and its repercussions on its 95th day
Zaman Yisrael newspaper reported earlier that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition is conducting secret contacts to ensure that Congo and other African countries receive  thousands of migrants from the Gaza Strip.

Later, Netanyahu said during a Likud Party meeting that he is working to facilitate the voluntary migration of Gaza residents to other countries, saying, "Tel Aviv's problem is finding countries ready to absorb the people of the Strip."

Israeli Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich, who heads the Religious Zionism party, said in an interview with Israeli Army Radio: “To achieve security, we must control the Strip, and to control it in the long term, we need a civilian presence.”

He added: Israel  "encourages" Gaza's approximately 2.3 million Palestinians to leave the Strip .

For his part, Israeli Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir, one of the symbols of Israeli settlement, stressed that “ promoting a solution that encourages the migration of Gazans is necessary . ”
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