Israel's last gasp aggression

According to the International Court of Justice, the court observes that Palestinians in Gaza are no longer facing only a risk of famine, but that famine is setting in.

The UN's top court has ordered Israel to allow unimpeded access to food aid in Gaza where the population is facing imminent starvation.

This is a slap in the face to Israeli claims that it is not blocking the delivery of aid- all this while thousands of vehicles remain stuck, awaiting Tel Aviv clearance.

In a worrying regional escalation, there's been scant Western reaction to claims that Israeli airstrikes on Syria's Aleppo province killed dozens, including Syrian military personnel and members of the Lebanese resistance group, Hezbollah.

This follows on from earlier Hezbollah retaliatory strikes against Israeli settlements and positions in the northern sector of the 1948 territories.

Instead of the UN Security Council resolution leading to a cessation of hostilities, Israel has picked up their killings during Ramadan with the Gaza Health Ministry reporting dozens of Palestinians martyred, including at least 15 at the sports centre in Gaza city, targeted by Occupation Forces.

At the forefront of the effort in fighting back against the genocide has been the steadfast Lebanese.

We will be getting a fulsome breakdown of the Lebanese position as Israel makes its last gasp stand.




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