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HOSHIARPUR: Dal Khalsa on Friday appreciated countries that showed courage during the UN General Assembly voting on Thursday snubbing Trump administration on its unilateral decision to recognize Jerusalem as capital of Israel. The organization believes Trump’s proposed move was highly provocative that could have plunged the situation back in deep trouble in West Asia.

 

Party head H S Cheema and secretary for political affairs Kanwar Pal Singh hailed European Union, India, Pakistan and other countries for boldly refusing to follow the US line and sticking to the "international consensus" on Jerusalem. They said instead of taking initiative to bring lasting peace between Palestine and Israel, the US has unfortunately tilted towards the later. The 128 countries have shown mirror to US for its hypocrisy. It’s a time for the world “policeman” to do introspection and play a balanced role.

 

"Surprisingly, New Delhi has joined the comity of nations to oppose the US move despite the present dispensation under Modi having very close ties with Tel Aviv. We feel ‘better sense has prevailed’ and New Delhi has taken a right stand by voting in favour of the resolution rejecting Trump’s move.  They said Palestine freedom struggle has always been inspiring for the ‘peoples’ who aspire to become independent in their respective regions. “India needs to learn from world developments and should recognize and respect right to self determination of the struggling people including Kashmiris, Sikhs. 

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SRINAGAR: Senior separatist leader and president Anjuman Shari Shian Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi Friday welcomed the world bodies move to denounce the US decision to move its embassy to Jerusalm. He said that the resolution supported by 128 countries and opposed by 9 odd countries is encouraging and shows how international community is committed to the cause of Palestine. He lambasted Donald Trump threat to cut financial aid to countries, which may vote in favour of the resolution and described the same as a moral victory of Palestinian people and a set back to the American imperialism and hegemony in the world and also extension of its support to ruthless Israel by ordering the shifting of its Embassy from Tal-Aviv to Jerusalem. Aga Syed Hasan expressed anguish for not mentioning the name of US and its president in the resolution. He said that such a move shows how US and Israel have spread their net and are influencing the week countries. He condemned the arrest spree and reign of terror unleashed by government forces in Kashmir.

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JAMMU: India, for the first time, since the installation of Modi Govt. has acted well and carefully in supporting the resolution of the General Assembly of the United Nations by condemning Trump’s government decision to propose the installation of the US Embassy in Jerusalem which has been recognised by the United Nations (itself) in 1967 in Security Council Resolution No.242 as integral part of the State of Palestine which was divided in 1947 through UN Resolution 181. Israel was an ‘illegal’ creation of the Security Council Resolution 181 in 1947 as the United Nations has no power to create a State or divide a State. The United Nations, Prof.Bhim Singh, an expert on the international law, said that the creation of Israel by the United Nations was illegal, contrary to the power vested in the United Nations. Prof.Bhim Singh had written a book, ‘An Examination of the Documents on which State of Israel was created’, which was published by Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO from its Headquarters in Beirut in 1969.

 

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Chairman, Indo-Palestine Solidarity congratulated Indian Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi to act wisely and in the true spirit of friendship existing for long between India and the Arab world. Prof.Bhim Singh also congratulated Smt. Sushma Swaraj, the External Affairs Minister of India for her assertive stand on India’s policy towards Jerusalem (Palestine).

Prof.Bhim Singh suggested that Govt. of India should review its shaking policy vis-à-vis the Arab world and the Prime Minister should realize his hasty decision in dealing with foreign policy towards its neighbourers and Arab world. India has constantly and consistently supported the Palestinians that, “Palestine belongs to the Palestinians in the same sense as England belgons to the English and France to the French” as was stated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1935. Prof.Bhim Singh regretted that the Indian Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi had visited Israel without touching Palestine, a year back which has proved a fatal mistake on the part of the Indian Prime Minister. Prof.Bhim Singh congratulated the Indian Prime Minister for the decision of the Govt. of India at the United Nations to vote and support the resolution in favour of the Palestinians which has certainly reintroduced the international policy of India that India stands for the UN Resolution may it be resolution 242 or 338 or any other resolution asking Israel to vacate all territories it had illegally occupied in 1967 or even before. Jerusalem cannot be and shall not be allowed to become a capital city of Israel. This is, Bhim Singh said, this was the message of the United Nations Resolutions which cannot be eroded or dumped by Mr. Donald Trump.   

 

Prof.Bhim Singh congratulated Prime Minister Modi for teaching Trump administration a right lesson whose Ambassador at the United Nations had described all those who supported the resolution of the United Nations vis-à-vis Jerusalem and ‘puppets’. The US envoy to the United Nations Nikky Halley made this highly derogatory and unparaliamentary statement after the General Assembly of the United Nations had resolved against Trump’s decision to put up its US Embassy in Jerusalem. The 193 Member General Assembly of the United Nations had voted with a message majority against US President’s anti-UN peace resolutions vis-à-vis Palestine since the creation of Israel in 1948.