۱۵ آذر ۱۳۹۹ | Dec 5, 2020
Amnesty: Israel Must End Its Systematic Human Rights Violations

Amnesty International highlighted that no diplomatic agreement could change the legal duties of Israel as an occupying power, in reference to the normalization agreement between Manama and Tel Aviv.

Hawzah News News Agency (London - UK) - Amnesty International highlighted that no diplomatic agreement could change the legal duties of Israel as an occupying power, in reference to the normalization agreement between Manama and Tel Aviv.

The London-based organization said in a post published on it Twitter page that “any process aimed at a just and lasting resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict must constitute the removal of illegal Israeli settlements”.

The peace process should also include “putting an end to the systematic violations of human rights, and ensure justice and compensation for victims of crimes under international law”, it added.

“No diplomatic agreement can change the legal duties of Israel as an occupying power under international humanitarian principles, nor can it deprive Palestinians of their rights and protection by international law,” Amnesty International pointed out.

In a joint statement, the United States, Bahrain and Israel have announced that the agreement was reached after President Donald Trump spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Bahraini king, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah.

The deal comes one month after the UAE and the Tel Aviv regime agreed to normalize ties under a US-brokered deal.

Bahrain will join Israel and the UAE for a signing ceremony at the White House hosted by Trump on September 15. The Israel-UAE ceremony will be attended by Netanyahu and Emirati Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

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