Ireland approaches Israel to regard global law

Ireland and its parliament have approached Israel to regard its commitment to global law as per the Fourth Geneva Convention in regards to the treatment of regular people, Al Watan Voice gave an account of Sunday.

This arrived in a letter sent by the Speaker of the Irish Parliament Sean O Fearghail and the Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney to the Chairman of the Palestinian National Council Salim Zanoun.

The Irish authorities emphasized Ireland’s position in regards to the norm in Jerusalem according to worldwide law, expressing that Israeli Jewish settlements are unlawful just as the Israeli expulsion of the Palestinian families in Jerusalem.

In their letter, the Irish authorities underscored that such exercises are viewed as deterrents for accomplishing harmony, focusing on that Israel should stop its exercises and end settlement development.

This letter came as an answer to a letter sent by Zanoun in which he clarified the most recent circumstance in Jerusalem’s Sheik Jarrah area, Batan Al-Hawa, Silwan, and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The Irish authorities expressed that they had featured the issue of the Israeli ousting of Palestinian families in Sheik Jarrah and Silwan at the United Nations Security Council meeting a few days prior.

The Irish authorities likewise attested that the circumstance in Jerusalem is one of the last statuses gives that ought to be settled through the last nonaggression treaty.

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