Jakarta – House of Representatives’ Commission I Deputy Chairman Abdul Kharis Almasyari verified that your house’s Commission I had actually adopted a firm position versus the proposed West Bank addition and rejected efforts making up Israeli occupation of Palestine.
” This is because the West Bank seizure will add to the long list of human rights violations in Palestine against civil society, particularly women and children,” Almasyari kept in mind in a statement here on Tuesday.
Almasyari remarked that the House of Representatives’ Commission I had evaluated the existing scenario of the Middle East in connection with Israel’s annexation strategy to inhabit and expand settlements for Israelis in the occupied Palestinian areas that cover most of the Jordan Valley, which was one-third of the West Bank and North area of the Dead Sea.
Your house’s Commission I deputy chairman affirmed that the Israeli military occupation of the region would not only involve Israel and the Palestinians but would further end up being an obstruction to the resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli dispute, fuel local instability, and effect the global scenario.
” The House of Representatives’ Commission I considers Israel’s annexation of the West Bank and the Jordan Valley as the perfects of the Israeli occupiers to take the entire Palestinian land and ruin the Palestinian nation,” he noted.
According to the PKS political leader, the House of Representatives’ Commission I highly knocked Israel’s addition of the West Bank since it saw that the action ran counter to the global law, specifications, concepts, and agreements, particularly with the resolutions of the Security Council and the UN General Assembly relating to the Palestinian-Israeli dispute.
Almasyari said that Commission I of the Indonesian Parliament, as a representation of Indonesians, has actually lent constant support in the struggle of the public and the Palestinian people to accomplish independence and sovereignty.
” In line with this, the Commission I demands the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to optimize diplomacy bilaterally and multilaterally to collectively engage the worldwide community, with a real rejection of efforts to seize the West Bank region and voice the Palestinian struggle for flexibility, humankind, justice, and rights to go back to their ancestral lands,” he stressed.
Almasyari advised the United Nations, organizations, and the international community to intervene in the crisis scenario in Palestine by focusing on humanitarian procedures for the protection of Palestinian civilians, who were victims of a weakening humanitarian scenario, including those apprehended, tortured, and also murdered by Israeli authorities.
He also attracted all members of Parliament and federal governments around the world along with the international community to combat for a serene resolution for an independent Palestine.
” World leaders and parliamentarians worldwide need to unify to prevent annexation and protect the prospects of a two-state service and the very best resolution to end Israeli occupation of Palestine,” he specified.
Almasyari thinks this remained in line with the resolution of the UN General Assembly No. 181 of 1947 that gave the mandate for the facility of an Arab state (Palestine) and a Jewish state (Israel), each having an independent status, with Jerusalem as an area under the worldwide authority or unique global regime and given separate legal or political status.
Commission I had advised the global community to preserve the principles of multilateralism depended upon a rules-based world order for realizing world stability and security in the long run, Almasyari specified.
” The world’s failure to react to the risk of Israeli annexation of the West Bank is a serious hazard to the pattern of global relations and will just offer a loophole for many other countries to seize/ annex, with territorial claims that disregard the principles of international law,” he emphasized.
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