The government of Somalia embraces the ruling made by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the case involving Israel's alleged genocide.

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    The government of Somalia embraces the ruling made by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the case involving Israel's alleged genocide.

    The Somali government has welcomed the recent decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to assert its primary jurisdiction in investigating allegations of genocide committed by Israel in the Gaza Strip. In a statement released on Saturd

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The Somali government has welcomed the recent decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to assert its primary jurisdiction in investigating allegations of genocide committed by Israel in the Gaza Strip. In a statement released on Saturday, the government expressed its satisfaction with the landmark ruling, stating, "This significant decision is a crucial stride towards ensuring accountability for the grave atrocities suffered by the Palestinian people. Somalia remains steadfast in calling for the immediate implementation of interim measures to safeguard the rights and well-being of Palestinians, with a primary focus on putting an end to Israel's severe acts of violence, subjugation, and destruction, which aim to obliterate innocent lives physically and morally." The Somali government emphasizes the urgent need for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza to prevent further loss of innocent civilian lives. The Federal Republic of Somalia underscores the imperative for Israel to halt all forms of brutal violence against Palestinians and adhere to the measures outlined in the ICJ's decision. Additionally, the Federal Republic of Somalia reiterates its unwavering solidarity with the Palestinian people and commits to continuing its advocacy for peace, justice, and the realization of fundamental rights on the global stage. The International Court of Justice in The Hague delivered its ruling on Friday regarding the emergency measures sought by South Africa in its genocide case against Israel over actions in the Gaza Strip. The court ordered Israel to take "all measures within its power" to prevent genocide in Gaza. South Africa had presented its case at the ICJ last month, arguing that Israel's military actions in Gaza "are genocidal in character" and contravene the 1948 UN Genocide Convention.

In a statement released on Saturday, the government expressed its satisfaction with the landmark ruling, stating, "This significant decision is a crucial stride towards ensuring accountability for the grave atrocities suffered by the Palestinian people. Somalia remains steadfast in calling for the immediate implementation of interim measures to safeguard the rights and well-being of Palestinians, with a primary focus on putting an end to Israel's severe acts of violence, subjugation, and destruction, which aim to obliterate innocent lives physically and morally."

The Somali government emphasizes the urgent need for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza to prevent further loss of innocent civilian lives. The Federal Republic of Somalia underscores the imperative for Israel to halt all forms of brutal violence against Palestinians and adhere to the measures outlined in the ICJ's decision.

Additionally, the Federal Republic of Somalia reiterates its unwavering solidarity with the Palestinian people and commits to continuing its advocacy for peace, justice, and the realization of fundamental rights on the global stage.

The International Court of Justice in The Hague delivered its ruling on Friday regarding the emergency measures sought by South Africa in its genocide case against Israel over actions in the Gaza Strip. The court ordered Israel to take "all measures within its power" to prevent genocide in Gaza.

South Africa had presented its case at the ICJ last month, arguing that Israel's military actions in Gaza "are genocidal in character" and contravene the 1948 UN Genocide Convention.

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