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sarisataka

(19,551 posts)
Fri Jan 26, 2024, 01:13 PM Jan 2024

ICJ conclusion and compliance [View all]

In today's ICJ ruling, they had the following conclusion:

85. The Court deems it necessary to emphasize that all parties to the conflict in the Gaza Strip
are bound by international humanitarian law. It is gravely concerned about the fate of the hostages
abducted during the attack in Israel on 7 October 2023 and held since then by Hamas and other armed
groups, and calls for their immediate and unconditional release


Should/will Hamas (et al) comply under humanitarian law?

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Hamas should comply and will release the hostages unconditionally
0 (0%)
Hamas should comply but will not release the hostages unconditionally
5 (100%)
Hamas does not have to comply but will release the hostages unconditionally
0 (0%)
Hamas does not have to comply and will not release the hostages unconditionally
0 (0%)
This is only about Israel, not Hamas
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