Indonesia and Slovenia Support New ICJ Case Against Israel on Palestinian Rights Violations

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Indonesia and Slovenia have expressed their support for a new case against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) regarding Israeli violations of Palestinian rights. Both nations have confirmed their participation in proceedings seeking an advisory opinion on Israel’s control and policies in the occupied Palestinian territory. The UN General Assembly, in December 2022, voted to request the ICJ to issue an advisory opinion on whether Israel’s actions against Palestinians violated international law. This request predates the onset of Israel’s ongoing conflict in Gaza, where over 24,000 people have lost their lives. Slovenia has announced its participation in the upcoming hearing scheduled for February, citing Israel’s actions in the Gaza conflict and heightened violence in the occupied West Bank as the basis for its decision. In a separate case at the ICJ, public hearings occurred last week for South Africa’s accusation against Israel, alleging genocide in Gaza. The case garnered support from several countries. The court is set to decide on supporting South Africa’s demands, including an immediate Gaza ceasefire, in the coming weeks. The upcoming ICJ session, involving Slovenia and Indonesia, is set to begin on February 19….

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