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Arab Parliament: The scenes of killing and destruction in the Gaza Strip are one of the most heinous violations of human rights principles in Gaza.

The Arab Parliament affirmed that the war crimes and genocide committed by the “Israeli” occupying forces against the Palestinian people in the “Gaza Strip”are one of the most heinous violations of human rights principles and principles of international humanitarian law in our contemporary history. The international community’s shameful silence and disregard for those crimes had made it an essential partner in the killing of women, children and the elderly by Israel’s war machine.

This was in a statement issued on the occasion of World Human Rights Day, which takes place on 10 December each year.

On this occasion, the Arab Parliament stressed the importance of promoting and protecting the culture of human rights in the Arab region as it contributes actively to the advancement of societies. The Arab vision of promoting a culture of human rights is based on the establishment of the principles of justice and citizenship, the achievement of equality in all rights and duties, and the elimination of all forms of discrimination and racism, which are supported by all religions.

On Friday, the United States vetoed a draft Security Council resolution calling for an “Immediate Humanitarian Ceasefire” in Gaza.

13 of the 15 States members of the Council voted in favour of the draft resolution, in exchange for America’s opposition and the United Kingdom’s abstention on the text put forward by the United Arab Emirates.

The draft resolution was also supported by some 100 States and highlighted the “catastrophic situation in the Gaza Strip”, demanding an “immediate humanitarian ceasefire”. The short text also called for the protection of civilians, the “immediate and unconditional” release of all hostages and the “guarantee of humanitarian access”.

International Human Rights Day is observed on 10 December each year, marking the day when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, known as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; s fundamental rights, regardless of colour, sex, language, race, religion, etc.

The human rights document is the backbone of international human rights law; Through this document, all people have the right to live in safety and peace without discrimination or prejudice, despite the comprehensiveness of this document and its statement of political, social, economic, civil and cultural rights of persons; However, they are not mandatory among States.


They have served as inspiration for many of the more than 60 human rights instruments human rights “, and the importance of human rights in everyday life had been underscored by the consent of States Members of the United Nations to the fundamental human rights enshrined in the document as a whole and it should be noted that this document has been translated into more than 500 different languages and is the most translated document around the world.

The High Commissioner for Human Rights and his Office play a key role in coordinating efforts for the annual observance of Human Rights Day, as the United Nations chief human rights officer. Furthermore, the United Nations holds numerous meetings and coordinates events on this day; For more than 60 years, the Presidents of the United States have been issuing a special statement for the Day.

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