Ireland Announces Vague “Intervention” on Genocide Case Against Israel

This guy literally mentions Hamas and October 7 in his statement.



Ireland said on Wednesday it would intervene in South Africa’s genocide case against Israel, in the strongest signal to date of Dublin’s concern about Israeli operations in Gaza since Oct. 7.

Announcing the move, Foreign Minister Micheal Martin said that while it was for the World Court to decide whether genocide is being committed, he wanted to be clear that Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack and what is happening in Gaza now “represents the blatant violation of international humanitarian law on a mass scale.”

Foreign Minister Micheal Martin

The taking of hostages. The purposeful withholding of humanitarian assistance to civilians. The targeting of civilians and of civilian infrastructure. The indiscriminate use of explosive weapons in populated areas. The use of civilian objects for military purposes. The collective punishment of an entire population,” Martin said in a statement.

“The list goes on. It has to stop. The view of the international community is clear. Enough is enough.”

The list goes on, but of course the first item is “taking of hostages.”


He didn’t even say what the “intervention” is.

Martin did not say what form the intervention would take or outline any argument Ireland plans to advance, but added that the step was decided following legal and policy analysis and consultation with several partners including South Africa.

The Irish people overwhelmingly support Palestine.

So these politicians have to say something, because Irishmen will riot and burn down buildings.

But the Irish don’t care about Hamas or October 7. No one cares about that. Even mentioning Hamas at all is giving credibility to Jewish arguments justifying what they are doing in Palestine.