International newspapers and websites continue to follow the Israeli war on… Gaza strip And its local and international repercussions, as it shed light on criticism directed at the occupation Prime Minister Benjamin NetanyahuAnd the repercussions of the International Court of Justice ruling.
A report on the Al-Monitor website predicted that Netanyahu would soon be forced to choose between returning the Israeli prisoners detained in Gaza and his extremist ministers who are holding him hostage – according to the report – in light of talk of an imminent deal, the details of which are being discussed.
The report said that the US administration will not forgive Netanyahu for any attempt to disrupt the talks or undermine its strategy in the region, and Netanyahu will not then find himself in a confrontation with the head of the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) Yahya Al-Sanwar Only, but with the American President joe biden And Israel's allies.
An article in the New York Times strongly criticized Netanyahu, and considered him an obstacle to the solutions proposed by the United States and some Arab countries, adding that his insistence on comprehensive victory in the war regardless of the consequences has become part of the problem.
As for the French “Le Monde”, it said in its editorial that the International Court of Justice's recognition of the risk of Israel committing genocide in Gaza is a reminder that Israel's war on the Gaza Strip does not comply with the basic rules related to the protection of civilians.
In turn, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz described the ruling international justice Court It is a yellow card for Israel, and she said that although the ruling did not include an order to stop the war, it was decisive, and everyone in Israel must take this strong warning seriously and adhere to its content.
In a related context, the French newspaper “Liberation” published a letter signed by dozens of experts in international law in which they criticized France’s attack on the lawsuit. South Africa Against Israel.
The letter considered that Paris's description of the case as heinous puts it in a break with international law, and sends a message to the world that it despises international law.
In turn, Axios reported that the US President has recently faced sharp and rare criticism within Congress, due to the targeting of the Houthis in Yemen and other groups in the Middle East.
The website pointed to protests by lawmakers from both parties against the military force used by Biden in the Middle East, which ranged from raising legal concerns to calls for the necessity of involving lawmakers in decisions of this kind.