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US-Israeli genocide in Gaza

143 days into the Israel onslaught on the Gaza Strip, the regime has carried out more deadly attacks on civilian targets. The regime’s latest attacks killed 43 people across the Gaza Strip. At least six of the victims were targeted by air strikes on the cities of Rafah and Deir-al Balah. The others were killed in different incidents of drone strikes and artillery shelling across Gaza. The deadly strikes come after Gaza’s Health Ministry said the situation in the northern parts of the strip is extremely catastrophic, with hospitals left without fuel. The regime’s genocide in Gaza has so far killed 29,800 Palestinians, most of them women and children.

Israeli occupation of Palestine

The International Court of Justice is holding its final day of hearings on the legality of Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories. Representatives from Turkey, the Arab League, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and the African Union are presenting arguments on Monday. Over the past week, the judges of the World Court have heard statements from more than 50 states and international organizations. The proceedings follow a request by the UN General Assembly in 2022 for the court to issue a non-binding opinion on the legal consequences of the Israeli occupation.

‘US complicity in Gaza genocide’

A US soldier has set himself on fire outside the Israeli embassy in Washington DC, in protest against 143 days of the regime’s genocide in the Gaza Strip. The video of the incident was posted on an American video-streaming service. The incident lasted about a minute before law enforcement officers extinguished the flames. The man was an active-duty member of the US Air Force. He is reportedly in critical condition. This is the second incident of its kind outside an Israeli facility in the US since the start of the Israeli genocide in Gaza. Last week, the United States used its veto power for a third time to block a UN resolution, calling for an immediate cease-fire in the Gaza Strip.

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