Netanyahu's office condemns UN court's ruling on Rafah as 'public suicide'

The decision of the international court of the United Nations, which obliges Israel to stop the military operation in Rafah, will mean "public suicide", nothing in the world will force the Jewish state to do so, said Dmitry Gendelman, adviser to the office of the Prime Minister of Israel, Report informs via foreign media.

"There is no force in the world that will force us to commit suicide in public, because this is exactly the demand of the UN court to stop our war against Hamas," said the adviser of Benjamin Netanyahu's office.

Earlier on Friday, the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to stop the military operation in Rafah on the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt.

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