Member of Afrika Unite Congress, Vusi Khoza, says all the political parties that chose to stand in solidarity with Israel, in its war on Gaza, must be dealt with.
Khoza wrote on X after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Friday ordered that Israel must “take all measures within its power” to prevent all acts within the scope of the Genocide Convention.
The ICJ was ruling on the nine provisional measures requested by South Africa in its genocide case against Israel.
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“Now that South Africa has won its case against Israel at the ICJ in the Hague, can we now deal with ALL these parties in South Africa that chose to stand with Israel. The DA, PA, IFP, ACDP and the other so-called Christian sellouts. Any party that supports Israel must be shunned,” said Khoza.
While the court did not agree to South Africa’s request for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, it directed Israel to allow the entry of basic services and humanitarian assistance into the Palestinian enclave.
Highlighting that the interim ruling creates binding international legal obligations for Israel, Judge Joan E. Donoghue, the court’s President, ordered Israel to report to the court within a month on the steps taken to ensure compliance.
The South African government said it “sincerely hopes that Israel will not act to frustrate the application of the order.”