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Chile joins South Africa’s genocide lawsuit against Israel

Chile's President Boric

Chile wants to join South Africa’s genocide lawsuit against Israel at the International Court of Justice. Chile’s President Boric said he does not accept “choosing between barbarities.

Chile joins South Africa’s genocide lawsuit against Israel

Chile wants to join South Africa’s genocide lawsuit against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ). “We will never, never stop being outraged by the indiscriminate and totally disproportionate actions of the Israeli armed forces against innocent civilians, especially Palestinian women and children,” said Chile’s President Gabriel Boric in a speech to parliament on Saturday (local time). The South American country will therefore “join and support” the lawsuit against Israel at the ICJ in The Hague.

In his speech, Boric also condemned the terrorist attacks by the Islamist Hamas on October 7 in Israel and called for the release of the Israeli hostages in the Gaza Strip. “I want to make it very clear here that there is no room for a draw and I do not accept choosing between barbarities.” In a statement by the Foreign Ministry on Platform X, Chile called for an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and the recognition of two states – Palestine and Israel.

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