The International Court of Justice in The Hague enters its fourth day of hearings regarding the legality of Israeli control over Palestinian territories, with representatives from Jordan, Iraq, and Iran addressing the court.

Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi voiced concerns over Israel's perceived threat to religious freedom.

He highlighted allegations of denying Muslims access to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and failing to safeguard Christian clerics from attacks by Israeli extremists.

Haider Shia al-Barrak, head of the legal department of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, called for an end to what he described as a "systematic killing machine."

He accused Israel of perpetrating genocide against Palestinians and deliberately committing war crimes.

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Reza Najafi expressed a belief in reevaluating the concept of Zionism. He characterized Zionism as "a colonial project responsible for displacing indigenous people from their land."