Al-Azhar Observatory Appreciates the Campaign Launched by Academics around the Globe to Confront the Zionist Annexation Plan

  • | Monday, 29 June, 2020
Al-Azhar Observatory Appreciates the Campaign Launched by Academics around the Globe to Confront the Zionist Annexation Plan

     A number of  professors of Jewish studies in South America, North America, Europe and the occupied land of Palestine created a website to launch a  petition campaign against the Zionist annexation plan.
The campaign's release stated that the signatories represent diverse perspectives of those people who devoted decades of their professional lives in teaching history, culture, thought, religion, literature, policy and Jewish society. 
The statement, published in Arabic, English and Hebrew, added that the signatories whose number exceed 500 professors strongly opposed the Zionist persistence in occupying the Palestinian lands and its intention to  annex  areas from the West Bank and impose the apartheid on the ground.
The statement pointed out the repercussions of the implementation of the Zionist annexation plan, which deals with the Palestinians unfairly, promote violence committed under the auspices of the usurping entity, and increase the intensity of polarization, affirming the uncompromised commitment of the signatories towards the democratic values ​​and the rule of law.
On its part, Al-Azhar Observatory appreciates that fair campaign that confronts the Zionist practices and the plans aimed at seizing the lands of the Palestinian people under any name, affirming the existence of many and diverse methods of pressure to confront these plans.
Al-Azhar Observatory urges the entire world with its states or national organizations, institutions and human rights organizations , to support the just Palestinians' issue and exert utmost efforts to put an end to the plans of Zionist entity to seize the Palestinian lands under the name of "annexation", emphasizing its fatal consequences on peace in the region. 
 

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