What did the ICJ rule regarding South Africa’s accusations of Israel?

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The International Court of Justice in the Hague did not find that Israel is committing genocide or that Israel must stop fighting against Hamas or that Israel needs to make any changes to how it is conducting its war on Hamas. The ICJ simply instructed Israel to ease humanitarian conditions (many of which are caused due to Hamas and the UN failing to provide care for Gazans), and not to escalate to a genocide in the future. Which is fine because Israel did not commit a genocide and has no intention of carrying out a genocide. The ICJ also confirmed Israel’s right to self-defense and demanded the release of hostages held by Hamas.

The ruling of the ICJ regarding claims made by the government of South Africa

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A detailed legal analysis of the ICJ’s decision

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Explanation of the emergency measures ordered by the ICJ

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