If Trudeau really cared about the ICJ, he’d join Israel’s side in court

As South Africa’s case accusing Israel of committing genocide in Gaza comes before the International Court of Justice, many nations have joined the fray. Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan, and Morocco have voiced support for the charges, as have Malaysia, Turkey, Jordan, Bolivia, The Maldives, Namibia, Pakistan, Colombia and Brazil.

Some nations, like Ireland, say the case is “far from clear cut” but hope that the court will order a ceasefire. Opponents include the U.S., Australia and the U.K., which has called the case “completely unjustified and wrong.” China and Russia have been relatively quiet.

And Canada?

Read the full column on the National Post website

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