“No one will stop us – not The Hague, not the Axis of Evil and no one else,” Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday as the war on Gaza entered the 100th day, leaving 23,000 Palestinians, mostly women and children, killed by his military.
The comments come after The International Court of Justice in The Hague, conducted a public hearing on South Africa’s Genocide case against Israel. the World Court will be issuing the provisional measures in a few days, according to its presser.
“It is possible and necessary to continue until victory and we will do it,” Netanyahu added, saying most Hamas battalions in Gaza have been “eliminated”.
Netanyahu is under growing domestic pressure to bring home captives who have now been held in Gaza for 100 days, with thousands rallying in Tel Aviv to call for their release.
Tens and thousands rallied on Monday calling for a ceasefire while the US has given its military and moral support to Israel.
In one of the largest pro-Palestinian demonstrations to date in the US capital, protesters repeated their call for US President Joe Biden to stop sending arms to Israel and chanted “free Palestine” and “ceasefire now”.
Israeli war cabinet ministers Benny Gantz and Gadi Eisenkot attend a protest calling for the release of captives held by Hamas in Gaza.