The Israeli lawyer argued that Hamas was using “all hospitals in the Gaza Strip” for military purposes
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247 The acting director of the Israeli Justice Ministry's international justice department, Galit Raguan, denied before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) that Israel had bombed hospitals in the Gaza Strip, even after The New York Times confirmed it in November. The Israeli regime has the AlShifa Hospital bombed, and all evidence points to the medical facilities being a constant target of Zionist forces.
She argued that Israel had found “evidence” that Hamas was using “all hospitals in the Gaza Strip” for military purposes. “Hospitals weren’t bombed. In fact, the Israel Defense Forces sent soldiers to search for and dismantle military infrastructure.”
Israel justifies its attacks on hospitals in Gaza by claiming that Hamas maintains military facilities there. The group denies the allegations and has already appealed to the international community to review the situation on the ground.
The International Court of Justice is holding hearings into South Africa's genocide allegations. The case is supported by several countries, including Brazil, Turkey, Jordan, Bolivia, Venezuela, Malaysia and the Organization of Islamic Countries.
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