UNESCO adopts two resolutions in favor of the State of Palestine

The committees of the Executive Council of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), at its (212th) session currently held, and with the unanimity of states, adopted the two resolutions related to Palestine, namely: occupied Palestine, and cultural and educational institutions.

In a statement this evening, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates welcomed the adoption by UNESCO of the two resolutions, stressing the importance of what they contained in their articles, especially the status of the occupied city of Jerusalem, and the invalidity of all measures taken by Israel, the occupying power, in the Holy City, and the need to immediately cancel them, and demand that it stop Its illegal practices and policies falsify the original narrative of Jerusalem.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that among a number of issues in the two decisions are excavations and excavations, in addition to depriving Palestinians of the right to worship and movement, distorting the authenticity and integrity of heritage sites in Jerusalem and the occupied Palestinian territory, especially in and around the Old City, and stopping all violations that It violates the provisions of the agreements and resolutions of the “UNESCO” organization on Palestine.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on the Director-General of UNESCO, pursuant to the relevant resolutions, to expedite the appointment of a permanent representative of the organization in the city of East Jerusalem, in order to regularly provide information on all aspects related to its fields of competence as soon as possible.

She stressed the need to implement the decision on the two Palestinian sites, the Ibrahimi Mosque and the Patriarchs' Cave in Hebron, and the Bilal Bin Rabah Mosque in Bethlehem, as they are an integral part of the occupied Palestinian territory.

She expressed her rejection of the Israeli practices aimed at Judaizing the sites, and banning the access of Palestinian worshipers, Christians and Muslims, calling for pressure on the Israeli occupation authorities to restore the landscape surrounding the site to what it was.

The ministry appreciated the role of the countries that supported the two resolutions, and the role of the Arab Group, especially the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, which attaches pivotal importance to the issue of occupied Palestine with Jerusalem as its capital, in addition to the role played by UNESCO member states, which support the decisions of Palestine consistent with the principles of the organization.

It called on the international community and UNESCO to pressure Israel, the occupying power, to stop its illegal measures and attempts to deliberately sabotage Palestinian, Christian and Islamic cultural heritage, and to take practical steps to ensure the implementation of the decisions adopted by the organization on occupied Palestine and educational and cultural institutions in the occupied Arab territories. and those related to the Temple Mount and the Old City of Jerusalem, the Ibrahimi Mosque and the Old City of Hebron, and the demand to stop illegal Israeli excavations in Jerusalem.

She stressed the urgent need to dispatch a "UNESCO" interactive monitoring mission to the occupied city of Jerusalem and its walls, and called on the Director-General and the organization's institutions to make all necessary efforts to ensure the urgent dispatch of the mission to the provisions, decisions and conventions of "UNESCO".

The “Foreign” called on the countries of the world to express their rejection of all the crimes committed by the occupation forces in Jerusalem from the so-called “settlement law” and the decisions of the Israeli courts, which constitute an essential part of the tools of persecution and war against our people by depriving them of prayer in the Noble Sanctuary, and undermining the status quo. Historic and legal status of the occupied city of Jerusalem, by allowing settlers to pray there.

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