Solidarity with Palestinian People

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The word Solidarity means unity, and Palestinian means ‘a member of the native Arab population (including the modern state of Israel)’. Palestinian people are struggling for their inalienable right to self-determination of fundamental universal human rights.

The Palestinian territories are occupied by Israel in 1967 when Israel defeated Egypt, Syria, and Jordan. The disputed territory consists of East Jerusalem in Israel, surrounding Arab countries, and refugees.

History of Palestinian

The day, 29th November is recognized as the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people. The date was selected under the importance to the Palestinian people based on the United Nations General Assembly’s request to fulfil the resolution on the division of Palestine annually. The so-called Partition Plan or Resolution 181 (II) to establish an Arab State and a Jewish State was adopted on the 29th of November 1947. The Assembly also demanded a continuing annual display on Palestinian rights or cultural festival, with the Permanent Observer Mission in Palestine to the UN, from the Commission for the exercise of the Palestinian People’s inalienable rights the Secretariat’s Division for Palestinian Rights.

How is the International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian people celebrated?

Every year on the 29th of November is celebrated with the international day of Solidarity that gives the international community a chance to reflect on Palestine problems and ensure that Palestinian people have to accomplish their inalienable rights, the right to self-determination without external interference, right to freedom and power with their homes and property from which they have been displaced, as defined by the UN General Assembly. UNESCO(United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) celebrates every year throughout for the development of education, culture, and freedom of expression to encounter all forms of racism and hatred and build peace among people to live together in harmony and security.

Contributed by Dhanalaxmi, Content writer at Mitti Ke Rang.

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