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Thanks to Putin, the World Is Suddenly Interested in Israel's Occupation

The world has finally recognized the need to interrogate Israel's 55 year-old occupation of Palestinian territory. And the advice given by the ICJ to the UN General Assembly will have repercussions not only for the Israel-Palestine conflict, but for Russia's war on Ukraine

Victor Kattan
Victor Kattan
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Victor Kattan
Victor Kattan

Last week's vote at the United Nations marked a watershed. For the first time, the UN's principal judicial organ was asked to give an opinion on the legality of Israel’s 55-year occupation of Palestinian territory – namely East Jerusalem, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip.

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