Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that Algeria delivered a draft resolution to the UN Security Council demanding an immediate ceasefire in Gaza for humanitarian reasons.
The draft resolution sets out the rejection of the forced displacement of Palestinian civilians, demands an end to all violations, and renews the call for full, rapid, safe and unhindered access of humanitarian assistance to the Gaza Strip.
Yesterday, Wednesday, the Security Council held an emergency meeting called by Algeria regarding the binding decision of the International Court of Justice in the genocide case filed by South Africa against Israel.
Algeria's permanent representative to the Security Council, Ammar Benjameh, said the International Court of Justice's decision regarding Gaza “confirms that the time of impunity has ended irrevocably”, Algerian official television reported.
In his speech during the emergency meeting, Bin Jama called for “ensuring accountability and accountability so that we can protect future generations from such atrocities occurring in Gaza,” and said, “The United Nations and the international community pledge ourselves to Given that no criminal will escape punishment, and the Israeli occupier should be no exception to this rule.
The representative of Algeria considered that “the precautionary measures called for by the International Court of Justice to protect the Palestinian people from genocide must be implemented, and the occupying Power Israel must respond promptly to the measures approved by the Court, and the duty of the international community.” To ensure its commitment to these measures.” “The bloodshed and genocide being inflicted on Palestinians must be stopped.”
He pointed out that the precautionary measures approved by the court “can only be implemented through a ceasefire, and this senseless aggression must be stopped now, and the ceasefire must be stopped immediately.”
On January 26, the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to stop genocide against Palestinians and take measures to improve the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip, but the decision did not include the “ceasefire” text.
Since October 7, Israeli forces have been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip, killing more than 26,000 and wounding nearly 66,000, the majority of whom are children and women, and causing mass destruction and an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe. Is.