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New Government’s Agenda Puts Israel on Collision Course With the International Court of Justice

The proposed reforms to the justice system and the further entrenchment of the settlements are expected to aid Palestinian diplomatic efforts against the occupation

Jonathan Lis
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The Netanyahu-Ben Gvir-Smotrich government may soon find itself on a collision course with the International Court of Justice in The Hague. The two signature issues which the new government intends to promote may serve as doubled-edged swords and intensify the findings of the court, which is already seen by the political echelon as biased against Israel.

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