The case brought by South Africa against Israel in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is a reminder of the dangers for countries of surrendering national sovereignty to international bodies.
The South African case alleges genocide on the part of Israel in the attacks on Hamas in Gaza and it is likely that the ICJ will uphold this case, given the antipathy to Israel in almost all but a small number of Western nations.
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