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  • Fatah: San Remo is Source of Palestinian Dilemma


Author : WAFA - Ramallah | Readings : 2225 | Date : 2011-04-27

Fatah movement considered San Remo Conference in 1920 the root of all Palestinian catastrophes and sufferings, in its statement for the Mobilization and Organization Commission published on Monday marking the 25th anniversary of the conference.

In San Remo conference, the principal allied powers of World War I agreed to entrust the administration of Palestine to the British Mandatory which will be responsible for putting into effect the Belford Declaration of the establishment of a national home for the Jewish people in Palestine.

“It’s not strange that Zionist gangs considered San Remo Conference as the ‘Magna Carta’ of the Jews; reference to the famous British charter by which most monarchy authority were omitted, which was supported by Britain, France, Italy and Japan, the statement said.

It added that the increase in number of countries recognizing the Palestinian state indicates the righteousness of our cause, and out right in self-determination.

Fatah called on US, Israel’s main ally, Britain, the international community and the world’s human rights to end Israeli aggression against Palestinians and to recognize the Palestinian state within 1967 boarders before September entitlement.

In San Remo conference, the principal allied powers of World War I agreed to entrust the administration of Palestine to the British Mandatory which will be responsible for putting into effect the Belford Declaration of the establishment of a national home for the Jewish people in Palestine.

“It’s not strange that Zionist gangs considered San Remo Conference as the ‘Magna Carta’ of the Jews; reference to the famous British charter by which most monarchy authority were omitted, which was supported by Britain, France, Italy and Japan, the statement said.

It added that the increase in number of countries recognizing the Palestinian state indicates the righteousness of our cause, and out right in self-determination.

Fatah called on US, Israel’s main ally, Britain, the international community and the world’s human rights to end Israeli aggression against Palestinians and to recognize the Palestinian state within 1967 boarders before September entitlement.

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