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200 days of #genocide in front of the world.. Legal expert: “International law is effective under Zionism”

Since the start of the genocidal war on the #Gaza Strip on October 7, 2023, and the global alignment with the Israeli occupation in killing Palestinians & practising genocide, real debates have emerged about the feasibility of international law and human rights conventions.

These questions were exacerbated by the lack of real implementation of the decision of the International Court of Justice at the end of January 2024, which forced the occupation to take procedural measures to prevent genocide in the Gaza Strip, in implementation of South Africa’s request, but to no avail, and without any real action on the ground.

Speaking to Quds Network, Raed Abu Badawiya, professor of international law and international relations at the Arab American University, says that international law is not a major actor in the system of international relations, but rather it is one of the factors that help in regulating relations, and steps aside to give priority to the political interests of the countries that move… It built its relationships according to its interests.



Abu Badawiya points out that European countries, for example, tried after the founding of the United Nations to make state law the basic starting point for their foreign movements and policies, but in reality, they respect the law as long as it is consistent with their interests, and when it conflicts with them, they do not care about it.

Regarding the Palestinian issue and the European and American alignment with the occupation in the war of extermination, Abu Badawiyeh asserts that the effectiveness of international law is almost non-existent, in light of the Western-Israeli alliance since the occupation of Palestine, explaining that “Israel” has not cared about international law or implemented it, as it has not implemented it since The beginning was the partition decision, and it did not recognize Resolution 242, Resolutions 67, and General Assembly resolutions, as well as hundreds of resolutions that the occupation did not care about and the Western system did not pressure to implement.

Since October 7, while the genocide was in front of the peoples of the world and their governments, the nakedness of this legal system has become clear, especially in light of this silence and the international inability to deter this entity to stop these measures, as Abu Badawiya put it.

No law enforcement mechanisms

The professor of international law points out another problem in the international law system, which lies in the lack of practical mechanisms to enforce this law, stating: “It is true that there is an international court of justice that is considered one of the tools of international law, but it lacks the tools to enforce decisions on states.”

The International Court of Justice does not have any tool or materials related to the enforcement mechanism, while the only executive body is limited to the UN Security Council, which is what was stipulated in the Charter and the Security Council in its current composition, which exists with 5 permanent members that reflects the political interests of the five countries, and opens the door to using the Council to achieve Her own personal interests.

Abu Badawiyeh stresses that the tools of international law are not compatible with the emergency situation existing in the Gaza Strip, whether the Criminal Court, which did not issue any investigation warrants against any Israeli official despite its negligence, and that its procedures, such as opening an investigation, are appropriate at the medium and long-term level, but the situation in Gaza is an emergency situation. .


There is no political will of states

Aside from international enforcement of the law and court decisions, even individual countries, according to Abu Badawiyeh, did not take any measures to pressure the occupation to implement its decisions, whether by severing diplomatic, economic or commercial relations, and stopping cooperation agreements, and those who took these measures did not do them sufficiently to amount to genocide. .

Abu Badawiya wonders: “I do not expect Western countries to take these measures at the present time in light of their alliance with the entity, but the rest of the world can activate them so that the occupation stops these crimes committed after 200 days of aggression, but is there a political will, whether at the Arab level?” And the Islamic and the countries that support Palestinian rights to impose sanctions, boycotts and penalties on the entity?”


Sulaiman Ahmed


– 200 days of genocidal war.
– 3,025 massacres committed by the occupation army.
– 41,183 martyrs and missing persons.
– 34,183 martyrs reached hospitals.
– 14,778 child martyrs.
– 30 children martyred due to famine.
– 9,752 female martyrs.
– 485 medical staff martyrs.
– 67 civil defense martyrs.
– 140 journalist martyrs.
– 7,000 missing persons.
– 77,143 injured.
– 72% of the victims are children and women.
– 17,000 children living without one or both parents.
– 11,000 injured needing to travel for surgery.
– 10,000 cancer patients facing death and in need of treatment.
– 1,090,000 people suffering from infectious diseases due to displacement.
– 8,000 cases of viral hepatitis infections due to displacement.
– 60,000 pregnant women at risk due to lack of healthcare.
– 350,000 chronic patients at risk due to non-entry of medicines.
– 5,000 detainees from Gaza Strip during the genocidal war.
– 310 healthcare staff detained.
– 20 journalists detained with known names.
– 2 million displaced in Gaza Strip.
– 181 government headquarters destroyed by the occupation.
– 103 schools and universities completely destroyed.
– 309 schools and universities partially destroyed.
– 239 mosques completely destroyed.
– 317 mosques partially destroyed.
– 3 churches targeted and destroyed by the occupation.
– 86,000 housing units completely destroyed.
– 294,000 housing units partially destroyed and uninhabitable.
– 75,000 tons of explosives dropped on Gaza.
– 32 hospitals put out of service.
– 53 health centers put out of service.
– 160 health institutions targeted.
– 126 ambulances targeted by the occupation army.
– 206 archaeological and heritage sites destroyed.
– $30 billion in preliminary direct losses due to the genocidal war on Gaza Strip.