While the International Court’s decision concedes that there may be “plausibility” in South Africa’s claims that Palestinians need protection from genocide, the Court of The Hague he did not take the action most desired by Palestinians and South Africans, namely the immediate and unilateral ceasefire order. A ceasefire that would not only have hindered the Israeli war effort, but also sealed the fate of the hostages still in the hands of Palestinian terrorists. Hamas calls for ceasefire to release hostagesif the Court had given it to them on a silver platter, the hostages would have gone from precious to useless burdens to eliminate.
At this point the central question is: why did the International Court accept the South African accusations instead of rejecting them and stopping this squalid theater? Unless you want to blindly believe the data provided by Hamas which is recognized internationally, perhaps someone has forgotten it, as a terrorist organization linked to the Muslim Brotherhood which has already given unverifiable numbers many times in the past knowing that they would have been accepted into blind from all their friends around the world. Ask yourself a question and give yourself an answer. I say this in particular to those who truly love Palestinian civilians and therefore do not hate Israel and Israelis. But does anyone really think it’s possible that in Israel they want to annihilate an entire population?
Because this is what we are talking about when we talk about genocide, the structured and continuous elimination of a population or part of it, not civilian victims which unfortunately, I repeat unfortunately, exist in all wars. A minimum of intellectual honesty would be enough to understand that those who want to perpetrate a genocide do not inform the population to be eliminated in which areas they intend to operate precisely in order to save, as far as possible, the civilians who are not involved in the fighting. And this is what the Israeli army has done since the first day of the war and no one can deny it, there is too much evidence confirming this behavior which goes beyond the duties established by the Geneva conventions. It should also be noted that according to the Court some soldiers or officers of the Israeli army may have committed some acts, the conditional sentence is mandatory, on their initiative and not by orders received or by government directives, within the limits of international conventions .
However, assuming that it really happened, this falls within the duties of the Israeli military judiciary which, among other things, has never been tender towards the soldiers who have dishonored the uniform. Azaria case docet. In essence, the mountain, despite the choreography and graphics, gave birth to a little mouse and postponed every decision to the future, we can’t know how soon. In the meantime, in addition to the Gaza Strip where the fighting continues and continued even during the hearings of the Hague tribunal, the northern front between Israel and Lebanon is increasingly hot and, even if the international press is careful not to say it, the Jordanian monarchy is creaking and if it were to fall the omelette would be complete.