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The ICC and ICJ decisions are a total perversion of justice

“Jerusalem Minute” with Middle East correspondent Josh Hasten, Ep. 19

JNS CEO and Jerusalem bureau chief Alex Traiman and Middle East correspondent Josh Hasten analyze the decision by the International Court of Justice ordering the Israel Defense Forces not to enter Rafah—the city in the southern part of the Gaza Strip—as well as the plan by the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor to seek the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

What do these decisions mean for the future of the Jewish state’s war against the Hamas terrorist organization? And can they be enforced?

They also discuss the status of the Rafah operation; the IDF’s success in retrieving the hostages’ bodies from Gaza; unfortunate accidents on the Biden administration’s humanitarian pier to the Strip; and much more!

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