Israel’s Gaza war: Post-conflict scenarios and legal scrutiny grow

The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. (Photo: Twitter/X)
GAZA — As Israel's war on Gaza extends into its fourth month, international newspapers are increasingly exploring post-war scenarios for the Israeli occupation. With preparations to defend itself at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against allegations of genocide in Gaza, Israel faces scrutiny. The Guardian acknowledges that Israel's decision to contest the case makes it challenging to dismiss potential negative outcomes, emphasizing that even if Israel complies with court orders, the damage to its international reputation could be severe.اضافة اعلان

Haaretz highlights that an adverse ruling on genocide in Gaza may have significant moral consequences, potentially prompting the International Criminal Court (ICC) to take action against senior Israeli officials. Shifting focus to the Popular Mobilization Forces, the Wall Street Journal reports the killing of leader Talib al-Saidi as a bold move by the Biden administration, raising concerns about potential risks to the American presence, Al-Ghad reported.

Moreover, The Washington Post quotes analysts emphasizing the dilemma faced by the Iraqi government, anticipating increased opposition to the remaining US forces, potentially leading to escalation and miscalculation in the region.

Regarding the Red Sea Crisis, the Global Times has emphasized the necessity to call for a ceasefire in Gaza.

Moreover, The Independent reported that 17 Biden campaign employees warned of potential voter loss due to Biden's Gaza stance, urging support for a ceasefire. Meanwhile, The Economist paints a grim picture of Gaza's plight, emphasizing the impact of war, hunger, and disease on its two million inhabitants. The World Food Program (WFP) notes severe food scarcity, particularly among displaced families in southern Gaza, with some going entire days without eating anything.

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