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Speaker of the House of Representatives welcomes decisions by the International Court of Justice to immediately stop Israeli military operations in the Palestinian city of Rafah 2024 - drweud
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Speaker of the House of Representatives welcomes decisions by the International Court of Justice to immediately stop Israeli military operations in the Palestinian city of Rafah


Speaker of the House of Representatives welcomes decisions by the International Court of Justice to immediately stop Israeli military operations in the Palestinian city of Rafah

Representative Adel Abdel Fadil, Chairman of the Labor Committee in the House of Representatives and President of the General Union of Finance, Tax and Customs Workers, on behalf of Egyptian workers in general and Workers from the three sectors in particular, today Friday, welcomed the decision by the International Court of Justice to impose additional temporary measures on Israel, demanding an immediate halt to Israeli military operations and any other measures in the Palestinian city of Rafah which would impose living conditions on Palestinians in Gaza that threaten their survival, in whole or in part.

The praise extends to include the court’s decision to open the crossing points to ensure full and unhindered access to humanitarian aid for residents of the Gaza Strip, in addition to the emphasis placed by the court on the need to implement the measures previously issued by it, including the opening of all lands. crossing points between Israel and the Gaza Strip.

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Representative Abdel Fadil also welcomed the Arab Republic of Egypt’s call on Israel to respect its legal obligations under the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide and international humanitarian law, and to implement implements all provisional measures issued by the International Court of Justice, which are considered legally binding and enforceable, given that they were issued by the highest international judicial body.

The head of the powerful parliamentarian said: Egypt holds Israel fully responsible for the deterioration of humanitarian conditions in the Gaza Strip as the occupying power, demanding that Israel end its systematic policies of targeting, starvation and siege against the Palestinian people, in violation of all provisions. international law and international humanitarian law.

Representative Abdel Fadil indicated that Egypt considers the court’s decision to be consistent with the current tragic situation inside the Gaza Strip and the continued expansion of killings and destruction that have affected defenseless Palestinians. and the entire infrastructure system of the Strip in the wake of the Israeli war, underscoring its previous warning about the dangers of Israeli attempted military operations in Palestinian Rafah due to their direct repercussions in worsening the humanitarian crisis for more than 1,400,000 Palestinians.

The Egyptian statement issued in this regard called on the Security Council and influential international parties to shoulder their legal and humanitarian responsibilities by adopting decisive measures to end the humanitarian catastrophe in the Gaza Strip, a comprehensive ceasefire , ending military operations in Palestine. city ​​of Rafah, and ensure the full flow of aid throughout the Strip, protecting international relief teams to receive and distribute aid.

Speaker of the House of Representatives welcomes decisions by the International Court of Justice to immediately stop Israeli military operations in the Palestinian city of Rafah

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