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South Africa: We will not forget about the Palestinians

GAZA  (Palestine Foundation Information Center) South Africa on Wednesday sought to shore up support for a case of genocide it has filed against Israel before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), saying it was in response to “Israeli crimes” in the Gaza Strip.

Vowing to never “forget about” the Palestinians, South African Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor said, during a rally, that her country would continue to fight for the liberty of the Palestinian people, castigating the international community for its “failure” to respond to the “massacres” being committed against them.

The minister lamented the lack of progress in efforts to cease the surging violence in the Gaza Strip, underlining the measure the country had taken as a step aiming to stop the “genocide” against the Palestinians.

On Friday, South Africa filed a case of genocide against Israel before the ICJ on grounds that it had violated the 1948 Genocide Convention in its aggression on the Gaza Strip.

In this regard, Lawyers who are representing South Africa in International Court of Justice (ICJ) proceedings against Israel are set to prepare for their hearing which is confirmed for January 11 and 12.

Clayson Monyela, a spokesperson for South Africa’s Department of International Relations and Cooperation, has announced the latest update in a post on X.

South Africa’s lawyers reportedly also include John Dugard, a South African professor of international law, who was the UN’s special rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories from 2001 until 2008.

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