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A US senator comments on the international justice decision concerning Rafah


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The court had issued an order demanding that “Israel” “stop its military operations in Rafah, keep the Rafah crossing open to facilitate the entry of humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip and submit a report to the court in a period of one month on the facts.” measures that will need to be taken.

Commenting on this, Graham said on the ‘X’ platform: “A long time ago we had to stand up to the so-called international justice organizations associated with the United Nations. Their anti-Israeli bias is very great,” according to him. claim.

He added: “In my opinion, let the International Court of Justice go to hell,” as he put it.

Graham called the International Court of Justice’s ruling that Israel must cease its operations, which he described as necessary, ridiculous and called on the occupation authorities to ignore the court’s decision.

International justice resolution against the Israeli occupation entity

With the approval of 13 of its members and the refusal of two members, the Court of Justice issued new temporary measures demanding that the occupying entity “immediately stop” its attack on Rafah.

These new measures came from the court, which is the highest judicial body of the United Nations, in response to a request from South Africa as part of a large lawsuit filed by Pretoria at the end of December 2023, accusing Tel Aviv of having “committed genocide”. crimes” in the Gaza Strip.

The position of the Israeli occupation entity

In response, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said in a statement that Netanyahu had begun ministerial consultations by telephone to discuss the response to the court’s ruling.

For his part, the far-right Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, expressed his rejection of the court’s decision, which he described as “anti-Semitic”.

Ben Gvir said that the response to the Court’s decision “must have only one response, which is the occupation of Rafah, the increase in military pressure and the complete defeat of Hamas until complete victory in the war be achieved.”

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