After the delegations were informed about the concentration camps that South Africa had created, the Delegation of the State of Israel immediately showed his distress on the manner, well not only are white people being segregated but also the Jews.
The delegate made a demand to South Africa and accused it for the violation of the liberty of the Jews in the concentration camps. Decidedly, the demand consisted on the freedom of all Jews captured and the compensation to each of 1000 USD. Following this, the delegate stated that non-Jewish South African born before this date can step foot in Israel soil until diplomatic relations are restored.
This demand was taken to the International Justice Court for review. Overall, it concluded that the victims shall receive the compensation stated before, in addition to psychological and physical treatment. In the case that South Africa does not meet these requirements, the Court will send the ONU’s Peacekeepers to resolve the matter.