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An increasing number of nations have recognized Palestinian statehood

  • The unwavering support of Palestinian sovereignty by Ireland, Norway, and Spain is encouraging.
  • The capital of Ireland’s citizens say they support the decision to recognize the sovereignty of Palestine.
  • Australia backed the motion earlier this month to allow Palestine to join the UN General Assembly.

To advance Middle East peace, the governments of Ireland, Norway, and Spain have unanimously reaffirmed their acceptance of Palestinian statehood and their intention to back a two-state solution. This historic action was taken just two days after Israeli and Hamas officials became the subject of an arrest warrant request by Karim Khan, the head prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, for alleged war crimes.

The unwavering support of Palestinian sovereignty by Ireland, Norway, and Spain, according to the Palestinian envoy to the UN Riyad Mansour, is encouraging, and he expects that other nations would follow suit.

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According to Irish Prime Minister Simon Harris, the country’s choice to become an independent state on January 21, 1919, served as inspiration for Ireland’s decision.

The ruling was an appeal for the world community to acknowledge their independence, highlighting their unique national identity, historical struggle, and entitlement to justice and self-determination. The capital of Ireland’s citizens say they support the decision to recognize the sovereignty of Palestine.

Palestine is recognized as a state by almost 140 nations, including more than two-thirds of the UN membership, including China, India, and Russia. Australia was one of the countries that backed the motion earlier this month to allow Palestine to join the UN General Assembly.

Although it can veto recognition of a Palestinian state at the UN, America, Israel’s closest friend, continues to oppose it. Foreign Minister Israel Katz of Israel has ordered the Israeli ambassadors in the three nations to return right away, citing “severe consequences” from the decision.

Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, reiterated his assertion that Palestine would receive recognition as a state if it were granted statehood. He claimed that Israel would not allow a terrorist state to attempt to replicate the October 7 massacre.

According to Jure Vidmar, a professor of public international law at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, the goal of a Palestinian state receiving international recognition is still unattainable. Given that Ireland, Norway, and Spain are still very small nations, this move may mark the beginning of a major change.

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