The International Court of Justice did not raise the issue of a ceasefire in Gaza

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The International Court of Justice did not raise the issue of a ceasefire in Gaza

The International Court of Justice did not raise the issue of a ceasefire in Gaza.

The International Court of Justice in The Hague did not ask Israel to end its military operations in the Gaza Strip, but it obliged the country to take further measures to protect the lives of Palestinians.

The majority of judges in the International Court of Justice voted for urgent actions, which largely excluded the demand for a cessation of Israeli military operations in Gaza, except for South Africa’s request for an immediate ceasefire from the court.

However, the court ordered Israel to refrain from any actions that may fall under the Genocide Convention and to ensure that its soldiers do not commit any acts of genocide in Gaza. Israel is also required to take immediate actions to improve the humanitarian situation in Gaza.

The International Court of Justice also ruled that Israel must use all necessary means within its power to punish those who incite genocide in the Gaza Strip.

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