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  • Updated: June 05, 2024

Envoy charge world parliament to sever ties with Isreali

Envoy charge world parliament to sever ties with Isreali

The Palestinian Ambassador to Nigeria, Abdullah Abu Shawesh, has charged world parliament to cut ties with Isreali until it's racist laws are reviewed and abolished.

Shawesh on Wednesday, during a weekly press conference, in Abuja, called for the rejection of jungle law, adding, Israel is taking advantage of all eyes on Gaza and waging a military war against the Palestinian people, to launch another, more dangerous war.

The Ambassador decried the proposing of Isreali notorious laws set to be passed soon to complete the ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people from their ancient homeland.

"Since 1967, Israel has issued hundreds of military orders and approved dozens of racist laws that have worked to consolidate the footprint of the Israeli occupation in the occupied Palestinian territories. 

"This also opens the door for messianic and fanatic settler gangs to establish new settlement posts on Palestinian lands, which will later become recognized settlements. We call for all national parliaments around the world to sever their relations with Israel until it reviews all the despicable racist laws and dismantles them. 

"After failing to provide any accurate evidence linking UNRWA staff to the October 7 incident, and with many countries resuming financial support for the UN agency, the Israeli occupation has approved a draft law in a preliminary reading to sever ties with UNRWA and label it as a terrorist organization. 

"This move comes after Israel's failure to substantiate allegations against UN agency employees involved in the October 7 attack. Additionally, the Israeli land authority has ordered UNRWA to vacate its premises within 30 days and pay approximately $7.36 million for land use. 

"The EU has issued a statement condemning any attempts to label a UN agency as a terrorist organization and emphasizing the crucial role of UNRWA in humanitarian response in Gaza.

"Citing the UNRWA, they received horrific reports from Jabalia where displaced people, including children, reportedly killed and injured while sheltering in UN schools besieged by the Israeli occupation army tanks. Tens of people sheltering at the school reportedly set on fire by the Israeli army.

"In some Western democratic countries, freedom of expression is guaranteed by constitutions as long as you do not criticize the Israeli occupation. If you do so, it will be considered hate speech and Anti-Semitism, and there is no room for freedom of expression.




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