America & Britain launched a war on the Houthis, Israel was dragged to the International Court!


 Recently, the turmoil in the Middle East continues to be a hot highlight of the international media over the past few months. Israel's attack on Gaza, which has killed more than 23,000 Palestinians in its mission to eliminate Hamas, drew the attention of several major world powers to intervene.

Even more surprising, Britain has just announced that it will join the United States in conducting air and sea attacks on Houthi military bases in Yemen in the near future.

According to White House security spokesman John Kirby, the Houthis need to stop attacks on cargo ships in the Red Sea or face the consequences.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak told his cabinet of ministers about their military intervention early Thursday yesterday.

Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi group has stepped up attacks on commercial ships in the Red Sea in protest of Israel's actions in Gaza. Various shipping companies have suspended operations and taken longer routes around Africa.

Yesterday, South Africa accused Israel of violating the United Nations (UN) Genocide Convention on the first day of the trial of the case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ).

The representative of the country also submitted an appeal to the tribunal to urge the Zionist regime to immediately stop the military operation which is now entering its fourth month in the Gaza peninsula.

A strong ally of the United States (US) rejected the case, which it described as 'absurd' and promised to present a defense argument today (Friday).

Prominent South African lawyer Adila Hassim said that Israel's reckless military operation aimed at destroying the Palestinian population has left them on the brink of starvation.

Previously, South Africa had severed diplomatic relations with Israel in response to their brutality and violence against the people of Gaza.

Malaysia is the first country to welcome an application by South Africa to initiate proceedings against Israel before the court regarding serious crimes against the Palestinian people.