Yesterday, November 29, was the day approved by the United Nations General Assembly to declare solidarity with the Palestinian people, the same United Nations that in 1977 declared solidarity with the Palestinians every year, like the Arabs of different races, which had not achieved any crime. except being born in that country, were mercilessly thrown out of Palestine and the Jewish community that was hunted down by Hitler’s Nazi Germany and other Western powers settled there Chosen 29 – that’s when the UN passed the Palestinian partition decision. At that time, only half of Palestine was given to Israel, but in the 1967 invasion, the lion’s share of Palestine became part of the Jewish state. Not only that, but the Jewish army also occupied the neighboring West Bank of Jordan. Later, the United Nations Security Council asked Israel through many resolutions to withdraw from the occupied territories and leave them to their rightful owners, but that country was not ready to give up an inch. In 1993, the Israeli prime minister signed the Oslo Accords with Yasser Arafat, the leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the West Bank and Gaza Strip. When that was not followed, it was the turn of Saudi Arabia’s two-state plan. The Saudi plan was for the Jewish people and the Arab people to agree to a peaceful coexistence. But even that was rejected by the Zionists. In 2020, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Sudan recognized Israel and established diplomatic relations according to the Abraham Accords, but Israel is moving forward with an aggressive plan to establish Jewish settlements there by occupying only 13 square kilometers of land allocated to the Palestinian people by the United Nations. . Palestinians live in only six square kilometers of land in the West Bank. The Israeli army and police are busy establishing Jewish settlements there by force. The youth who stand up to this cruel injustice are shot dead every day. But neither the United States nor the European countries nor the outside world are ready to raise a finger against him.
Meanwhile, Israeli citizens had to vote in the fourth general election within five years. The reason for this is that none of the right-wing, far-right and far-right political parties get the majority to govern alone. It is a common occurrence in Israel, which is held up by the civilized world as the only example of democracy in the Middle East, that governments fall into united fronts. History has repeated itself in the elections held on November 1. The Avial Front, led by former Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party, has 64 seats in the 120-member Knesset, so Netanyahu could be prime minister for a third term term. The price he has to pay for it is extraordinary. Netanyahu has agreed to replace Itamar Benguir, a staunchly anti-Palestinian minister, with control of the West Bank police and a liaison position in the finance ministry as security minister. Benguir is a far-right activist who argues that Jews should be allowed to pray in the courtyard of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is revered by the world’s Muslims as the third holiest site. His stated demand is to drive the Palestinians out of the country. Netanyahu, on the other hand, has declared Israel a Jewish state. America and the world have no compunction when such a far right coalition takes over Israel. The Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan are religious nationalists who are dangerous to them and a threat to peace. and a purely secular democratic model in the Binyamin Netanyahu-Benguir coalition. A big salute should be given to this idea of a secular democracy that stands on its head.