International Court of Justice

The Jewish Council of Australia has renewed its call on federal Labor to pressure Israel to stop committing genocide, following Israel’s May 27 airstrike on Palestinians reduced to living in tents. Pip Hinman reports.

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A formal complaint has been lodged with the Inspector General of Intelligence and Security about possible Australian complicity in what the International Court of Justice regards as “plausible claims of genocide in Gaza”. Pip Hinman reports.

Community leaders, including Palestinian Ahmed Abadla from the Palestine Justice Movement, again called on the PM Anthony Albanese to impose sanctions on Israel. Rachel Evans reports.

Philippe Lazzarini expressed dismay by the speed at which international funding has been cut to UNRWA saying the decisions threaten humanitarian work in the Gaza Strip. Binoy Kampmark reports.

The orders apply to Israel, but conspicuously missing in the International Criminal Court's interim order is an explicit demand that it pause or stop military operations in Gaza. Binoy Kampmark reports.

South Africa's case against Israel in the International Court of Justice could be one route to end the hot war in Gaza. But, as Paul Gregoire writes, politics will decide — a reason to keep mobilising.

The Australia Palestine Advocacy Network is urging Labor to support South Africa’s suit against Israel for genocide in Gaza in the International Court of Justice in The Hague. Stuart Rees reports.