Jan 11, 2024, 2:41 PM
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Iran advises ICJ to adopt fair approach in Zionist regime’s genocide case

Tehran, IRNA – Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani has urged the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to take a fair approach in addressing a lawsuit filed by South Africa and some countries against the Zionist regime on atrocities committed against the Gazan people.

Kanaani made the remarks on Thursday in the Tehran International Media Summit; Media Alliance Against Terrorism, adding the Zionist regime has martyred over 25,000 Palestinians recently.

Today, the Zionist regime is unquestionably more helpless than ever, while the Palestinian nation is more determined, he underlined.

He added that the Axis of Resistance is stronger and more united than ever, while the backers of the faze Zionist regime, including the American regime, are more disgraceful than ever.

It is the United States that has spent all its political, media, legal and military efforts in favor of the Zionist regime to prevent the collapse of the Zionist regime, Kanaani underscored.

Five visits by the US secretary of state to the occupied territories, the presence of the US secretary of defense and senior US commanders in Tel Aviv brainstorming rooms, the continuous sending of ammunition to the Israeli regime, the use of vetoes in favor of the regime, backing the regime in the Red Sea, the efforts to establish a maritime coalition in support of the regime, and the violation of humanitarian, moral and legal humanitarian principles show that the US is an all-out advocate of the war in Gaza, he added.

Elsewhere in his remarks, he said that the root cause of the crisis in the occupied territories lies in the 75-year occupation of the Zionist regime.

The main cause of the Al-Aqsa Storm Operation is the desecration of Islamic sanctities and the continuous attacks on the Al-Aqsa mosque, he further noted.

Earlier on December 30, 2023, South Africa filed a genocide case against the Zionist regime at the ICJ over the occupying entity’s relentless bombardment of the Gaza Strip.

The filing asked the ICJ to issue an urgent order declaring that the regime was in breach of its obligations under the 1948 Genocide Convention over its brutal war on Gaza.


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