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Apartheid Library
Censures in the strongest terms all measures taken to change the status of the City of Jerusalem
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Deplores Israel’s legislative and administrative measures to change the legal status of Jerusalem
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This was a British sponsored compromise between the three-power and US drafts, calling on all parties to end territorial claims, respect sovereignty, and for Israel to withdraw from occupied territories. This resolution affirmed that the establishment of just and lasting peace in the Middle East should include the application of certain principles inter alia.
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This resolution called on Israel to observe international humanitarian principles in treatment of prisoners of war and civilians in occupied areas.
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This resolution censured Israel for its large-scale military action in the southern Hebron area.
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Sayegh's seminal book remains as important and as significant as when it was first published almost half-a-century ago. It describes how indigenous Palestinians ended up as second-class citizens in the state of Israel, afflicted by dispossession, persecution, domination and discrimination in almost all aspects of their lives.
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This was a resolution calling for a right of return for Palestinian refugees.
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This resolution contained the General Assembly Partition Plan for the British Mandate of Palestine.
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