Jan. 11 (UPI) — South Africa’s case alleging genocide by Israel in Gaza got underway Thursday morning in The Hague with Pretoria seeking an emergency ruling ordering Israel to “cease killing and causing serious mental and bodily harm to Palestinian people in Gaza.”
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The three-hour “indication of provisional measures” hearing in the International Court of Justice will feature oral arguments from lawyers from Pretoria while Israel’s legal team is scheduled to get its turn Friday, the ICJ said in a news release.
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South Africa asks the UN court to oblige “Israel” to Immediately stop aggression on Gaza.
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They are confident that the application they submitted “places Israel’s genocidal acts and omissions within the broader context of its 25-year apartheid, 56-year occupation, and 16-year siege imposed on the Gaza Strip.”