Israel’s War on Gaza: A Cautionary Tale of International Justice

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is currently holding public hearings to discuss the consequences of Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories. The hearings will focus on the legal ramifications of Israel’s continued violation of the Palestinians’ right to self-determination, as well as the impact of Israeli policies on the occupied areas and other countries, including the United Nations.

While advisory opinions from the ICJ are not legally binding, they hold significant moral and legal authority. The outcome of the hearings could potentially have global implications.

The host, Adrian Finighan, will be joined by a panel of guests including Riad Malki, the foreign minister of Palestine, Ardi Imseis, legal counsel for Palestine, Nour Odeh, a Palestinian political analyst, and Mehran Kamrava, a professor of government at Georgetown University in Qatar.

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