Advisory group member LSouth Africa Before The wisdom of international justice He expects a ruling to be issued within a week on the lawsuit filed by his country, accusing Israel of committing crimes Genocide against the residents of the Gaza Strip.
The South African legal team said during the pleading before the court that Israel has intensified its crimes against the Palestinians since 1948, and that it is subjecting the Palestinians to an apartheid regime, adding that the international community has failed to prevent genocide in Gaza.
During the pleading last December 29, the team pointed out that Israel's actions in the Gaza war indicate an intention to commit genocide, and that hundreds of families in Gaza were completely killed, and no individual remained alive.
In the same regard, Minister of Development Cooperation Caroline Jenes said on her account on the “X” platform that Belgium renews its “full support for the case before the International Court of Justice. If the court asks Israel to stop its military operation against Gaza, our country will fully support it.”
The Belgian minister said, “Our country bears its responsibility towards human rights and humanitarian law.” Jennies pledged to remain committed to achieving the goal of ensuring the full delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza as soon as possible, at all levels.
She also stressed that her country will continue to strive, within the European Union and at the international level, for a permanent ceasefire, full access to humanitarian aid, the release of prisoners, compliance with international law and the two-state solution.