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Israeli AirStrike On Rafah Shows Contempt Of UN Court – AU

Moussa Faki Mahamat, Head of the African Union (AU) Commission on Monday revealed that the Israeli airstrike on Rafah which reportedly killed 45 people in a displacement camp reflected contempt of the top United United (UN) court.

Mahamat in a recent post on X said, “With horrific overnight airstrikes killing mostly Palestinian women & children, the State of Israel continues to violate international law with impunity and in contempt of an International Court of Justice, ICJ, ruling two days ago ordering an end to its military action in Rafah.


“The ICJ order must be urgently enforced if global order is to prevail.”

Recalls that the ICJ, on Friday, ordered Israel to halt its Rafah offensive, and demanded the release of hostages and the provision of humanitarian aid to Gaza.

However, Israel dismissed the ruling, insisting that the court had got it wrong.

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