Malaysian parliament plans to expel Zionist regime from UN

Malaysian MPs called for the expulsion of the Zionist regime from the United Nations.

Iran Press/Asia: A leading member of the Malaysian parliament Seyed Ibrahim Seyed Noah presented a plan to support for the Palestinian cause and strongly condemning Israel's actions, which was approved by the parliamentarian and is faced positively by other countries such as France and the European Union.

The plan states that the Zionist regime should be expelled from the United Nations and all its subordinate institutions for failing to perform its duties in accordance with the UN Charter and its laws.

Earlier, Malaysian Parliament Speaker Azhar Haron had approved a special opposition plan calling for the discussion of the so-called 'deal of the century'  on peace between Palestine and the Zionist regime.

Also earlier, former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad called the Zionist regime's actions in the Palestinian territories in violation of international law, noting that the occupation of any country in the world is unacceptable and that Malaysia will never recognize Israel.

From July 1, the Zionist regime, with the support of the US government, intended to officially occupy 30 percent of the West Bank, but with the opposition of the international community, the United Nations and most European countries, it postponed the plan.

The annexation of parts of the West Bank to the Israeli-occupied territories is one of the clauses of the anti-Palestinian so-called 'Deal of the Century', which US President Donald Trump unveiled on January 28, 2020.

Many international organizations, countries, and political and religious authorities around the world, especially Muslims, have condemned the plan. 


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