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Israel-Hamas: ICJ Intensifies Orders for Humanitarian Aid to Gaza Amidst Conflict

Israel-Hamas: ICJ Intensifies Orders for Humanitarian Aid to Gaza Amidst Conflict
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The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has once again ordered Israel to ensure the provision of humanitarian aid to Gaza. This ruling comes as an urgent response to the worsening conditions in the war-torn region, where the population is facing a severe humanitarian crisis.

The ICJ's order strengthens its previous mandate, demanding Israel to take immediate and effective measures to facilitate the delivery of food, medical supplies, and other critical aid. The court has emphasized the dire need for more land border crossings to be opened to expedite the aid process.

Reports from the ground paint a bleak picture, with aid trucks being impeded at the Rafah crossing on the border with Egypt. The judges at the UN's top court have unanimously decided that the Palestinians in Gaza are not only at risk of famine but are already experiencing it.

Israel has been given a deadline of 30 days to report back to the court with the actions taken to comply with this order. The ICJ has made it clear that the existing provisional humanitarian measures are inadequate, and the situation requires immediate attention. Now as the conflict enters its 177th day, the Wrld is hoping that this legal directive will lead to a significant improvement in the lives of the millions affected by the conflict in Gaza.