Arab League Urges Action Against Israeli Presence at the United Nations

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The Arab League said that Israel did not adhere to the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, committing genocide in Gaza.

The Council of the Arab League expressed its legal attempts to freeze Israel’s participation in the UN General Assembly.

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The bloc, which held an extraordinary session in Cairo yesterday Thursday (4 July), said that Israel did not adhere to the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, committing genocide in Gaza.

“Today, the Council of the Arab League at the level of permanent representatives has clearly decided to initiate procedures to freeze Israel’s participation in the United Nations General Assembly as a colonial power, a power that, first and foremost, threatens international peace and security and is not committed to the United Nations Charter or to the terms of its membership in the United Nations,” he said.

“We want to remember that this step, a step like this, is what ended, brought down and eliminated the colonial regime in South Africa”.

On 16 December 1974, the General Assembly recommended that South Africa be excluded from participation in international organizations, which was a serious blow to the apartheid regime.

That same year, the United Nations General Assembly, under the chairmanship of the Algerian Foreign Minister, refused to recognize the credentials of the South African delegation.

The number of Palestinian deaths in almost nine months of war has exceeded 38,000, and the victims are mainly women and children.

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