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The International Court of Justice on Monday started six days of public hearings into Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories, in proceedings that would intensify worldwide stress on Israel over its navy marketing campaign in Gaza. In his remarks, Riyad Mansour, the Palestinian consultant to the United Nations, choked again tears as he known as on the courtroom to rule that Israel’s presence in occupied Palestinian territories is against the law, a discovering that he mentioned would contribute to “paving the way to just and lasting peace.” Israel won’t attend the hearings, and the Israeli prime minister’s workplace mentioned in an announcement that it doesn’t acknowledge the dialogue’s legitimacy.