India should replay its international role for resolution of Palestine-Israel crises—Bhim Singh

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By Fast Kashmir on 01/08/2017. 1 Comment

India should replay its international role for resolution of Palestine-Israel crises—Bhim Singh

       New Delhi, Aug 01 :         India should act effectively and sincerely as it has been doing right since 1948 when Palestine was divided by United Nations Resolution 181.”. This was a call given by Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and expert on Palestinian affairs. NPP Supremo urged on Shri Narendra Modi, the Indian Prime Minister, to act as the Prime Minister of the great Indian civilization as India acted in 1948 by strongly opposing the division of Palestine. There were the two countries in the Security Council of the United Nations namely, India and Iran who opposed dissection/division of Palestine and creation of a Jewish State by dissecting Palestine.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that China was under the control of Formusa dictator and supported the division of Palestine along with all other four Permanent Members of the Security Council to create a Jewish State of Palestine by dividing the land of Palestine.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that Israel has been playing a havoc against Palestine and has taken control of nearly one-third of Palestinian territory violating the resolution of the United Nations namely Resolution No.242, 338 among others. It was shocking state of affairs that all the Big Powers stood by Israel and even now the Big Powers have not supported its (Security Council) own resolutions. This is shocking state of affairs that United States of America whose President invited Palestinian Hero Yasir Arafat in the White House and ensured a shake hand between the leader of Palestine and Israel.

          Prof.Bhim Singh said that Israel should have vacated, at least, Jerusalem according to the UN Resolution and had no right to interfere with the affairs ofMasjid-e-Al-Aqsa which has been among the supreme worshiping holy places of the Muslims of the world.

          National Panthers Party in a meeting held last evening at New Delhi condemned Israeli aggression against Masjid-e-Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem last week and demanded immediate condemnation by the Security Council as it amounted to grave violation of United Nations Resolutions 181, 242, 338 among others for grave interference into the affairs of Palestine and for violation of the UN Resolutions.

          Prof.Bhim Singh called on the Members of the Security Council of the United Nations as well as the leadership of India and other Islamic countries including Iran to call for an urgent meeting of the Security Council of the United Nations to condemn the Israeli attack on Masjid-e-Al-Aqsa. National Panthers Party in its Resolution called on Prime Minister of India to act in the way, the first Prime Minister of India, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru acted in 1948 even when India had not become completely sovereign. Prof.Bhim Singh declared that the Indo-Palestine Friendship Society and the Panthers Party shall hold an international meeting in Delhi or in Tehran to express solidarity with the people of Palestine who have been fighting for a just call for several decades seeking implementation of UN Resolutions and withdrawal of Israeli occupation of the entire land of Palestine including Jerusalem. He said that Jerusalem belongs to the Palestinians and Israeli forces must withdraw. He called on the Big Powers to hold Security Council Meeting to censor Israel and direct Israel to withdraw from all occupied territories of Palestine.

          Prof.Bhim Singh declared that Indo-Palestine Friendship Society shall be holding a seminar in October, 2017 in New Delhi to constitute Preparatory Committee for the international convention on—Palestine belongs to the Palestinians in the same way as England belongs to the English and France to the French as Mahatma Gandhi said in 1935.


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