Israeli official admits to starving Gazan residents; video footage resurfaces

Can Netanyahu and his right-wing government withstand the ICJ case?

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TEL AVIV —South Africa has taken the historic step of filing a lawsuit against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague. The announcement of public hearings in the proceedings was made on Wednesday, scheduled for January 11 and 12. Israel has expressed its intention to participate in the court to contest the accusations.اضافة اعلان

Since October 7, Israel has killed over 20,000 Palestinian civilians and more than 50,000 wounded in the Gaza Strip, all aimed at 'eliminating' Hamas. Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, along with his far-right coalition, have been actively supporting Israel's campaign. 

In a video from October 23, 2023, Tally Gotliv, a Knesset member of the right-wing Likud party, stated, "Without hunger and thirst among the Gazan population, we will not be able to recruit collaborators. We will not be able to bribe people with food, drink, or medicine to obtain intelligence."

In early October, she also called on the Israeli government to use nuclear weapons on Gaza. 

On Wednesday, John Kirby, a spokesperson for the White House National Security Council, remarked that Israel's military campaign cannot eliminate Hamas, which remains a formidable force in the strip.

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