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Libya against Israeli regime at ICJ

Libya recently announced its decision to file an intervention before the International Court of Justice in the genocide case against the Israeli apartheid regime.

The Libyan Presidential Council announced that Libya had joined the state of South Africa in the genocide lawsuit as a result of the ongoing genocidal war against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip filed against Israel at the International Court of Justice.

The move by Libya is a pointer to the continued isolation of the Israeli apartheid regime across the world over its brutal crimes against the people of Palestine.

This decision is also a blow to the so-called normalization efforts by the Israeli regime.

Last year, the Israeli regime failed miserably in its attempt to establish diplomatic ties with Libya.

Elsewhere, Britain is facing strong criticisms over its controversial deal with Rwanda, under which refugees and asylum seekers would be sent to the East African country to have their claims processed there.

So why is Britain disregarding its international commitments and obligations on human rights and refugee protection?

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