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54th Anniversary of Neksa day: Arab Parliament calls on international community to support rights of Palestinian people

The Arab Parliament called on the international community to assume its responsibilities to resolve the Arab-Zionist conflict, in accordance with the principle of the two-state solution, leading to the restoration of the full rights of the Palestinian people, especially the right of return and self-determination, and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the borders set on June 4, 1967, with East Al Qods as its capital.

The Arab Parliament affirmed – on the occasion of the 54th anniversary of the Palestinian Neksa day, coinciding with June 5 of each year – that the continuation and consolidation of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories, day after day, is a “legal, political and moral responsibility that rests on the shoulders of the international community which is confronted with one choice only today, either enabling Palestinian people to exercise their right to self-determination, or keeping the region under the spiral of chaos and violence.”

It renewed its call to provide international protection for Palestinian people from Israeli exactions, military terrorism, and planned killings, in addition to the building and expansion of Jewish settlements, the Judaization of the city of Al Qods and the violation of the rights of Palestinian people.

The Arab Parliament called on the parliaments of the world and its unions to support the rights of the Palestinian people, who are still subject to Israeli settler-colonial occupation, practicing the most heinous crimes of killing, arrest, and ethnic cleansing, and violating all relevant international legality resolutions, and all human rights charters and international treaties. Parliaments have thus, a great responsibility to help Palestinian people get rid of this occupation.”

The Arab Parliament stressed the need to end the Palestinian division and restore national unity, as a main entry point to confront annexation plans and organized colonial policies and end the occupation.

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