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    With the participation of Iraq, the International Court of Justice begins examining Zionist crimes

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    With the participation of Iraq, the International Court of Justice begins examining Zionist crimes Empty With the participation of Iraq, the International Court of Justice begins examining Zionist crimes

    Post by Rocky Mon 19 Feb 2024, 7:01 am

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    [size=52]With the participation of Iraq, the International Court of Justice begins examining Zionist crimes[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad..
    The International Court of Justice has begun hearings on the legal consequences of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories in 1967. The hearings are scheduled to continue until next Monday, with the participation of 52 countries and three institutions: the League of Arab States, the African Union, and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
    The President of the Court, Nawaf Salam, opened the session, enumerating the names of the countries that would submit their interventions, led by Palestine, which Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad Al-Maliki began delivering his speech.
    Each country will provide a half-hour oral intervention on its view on the procedural and substantive issues arising.
    The court is scheduled to later issue an advisory opinion on the legal consequences arising from Israel’s continued violation of the right of the Palestinian people to self-determination, as a result of its long-term occupation, settlement and annexation of the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, and how the aforementioned policies and practices of Israel affect the legal status of the occupation. And the legal consequences that arise for all states and the United Nations from this situation.
    In 2022, the UN General Assembly asked the court to issue an advisory, or non-binding, opinion on the occupation.
    Although Israel has ignored such opinions in the past, it may increase political pressure regarding its ongoing war in the Gaza Strip, which has resulted in the death of about 29,000 Palestinians, according to health officials in the Strip, since October 7.
    In addition, informed sources reported that the Permanent Representative of Palestine to the United Nations, Riyad Mansour, will be present within the Palestinian delegation, which is expected to hold a conference at the start of the sessions.
    A number of Arab countries are also participating, including the State of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Algeria, the Emirates, Jordan, Libya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Iraq, and Israel will not participate even though it has sent written comments. End 25
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