Israeli crimes on trial

The humanitarian situation inside Gaza has reached a new and horrific stage.

This, according to South Africa who have lodged a new request with the UN's top court, the ICJ, to issue more constraints on Israeli military action inside the Gaza Strip.

South Africa is leading the charge to get the judges to order a halt to Israel's military operation but if the size of Israel's legal team is anything to go by with barely a handful attending to try and defend the Temporary entity, it is clear much like previous operations, Tel Aviv is not taking the proceedings seriously.

So far, they have escaped with their flagrant disregard of the process as Western leaders sit on their hands instead of calling a halt to the genocide.

Meanwhile, members of the G7 group of nations have warned Israel against the Rafah invasion where more than 1 million Palestinians have been forced to take refuge.

In the occupied West Bank Zionist settlers have attacked and set fire to a truck and injured the driver mistakenly believing it was an aid vehicle.

It is a situation that is becoming more common as settler terrorist groups aim to use the situation in Gaza as a smokescreen for their own depopulation plans.

The political fight-back is in full force with candidates supporting Palestine taking on the establishment.

London will host another massive demonstration over the weekend where the public will once again push for a permanent ceasefire and an end to the ongoing genocide.




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