The November 29 reminds us of all the Palestine refugees, of their amazing strength, lives full of suffering, hopes and dreams biased. Years after the UN adopted Resolution 181, dividing the territory of historic Palestine, giving 52% of the land for the creation of a future Jewish state and 46% for the creation of a future state Arabic, leaving Jerusalem as a corpus separatum under international control, Palestinian people are still suffering.
The International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People should serve to draw the attention of the international community about a situation of injustice that should be solved. A historical conflict whose final demands, above anything else, will and commitment of those involved.
In addition to the political roots, this conflict has religious reasons, some of which are because Jerusalem was the holy city for Christians, Jews and Muslims and everyone believes that this city must be yours. The United Nations Organization declared a World Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People to be held on November 29.
One of the conflicts that have marked the history of the Middle East has been the struggle between Israelis and Palestinians since the creation of the state of Israel in 1948, when the UN agreed to divide Palestine into two states, one Jewish and one Arab. This decision was not accepted by the Arabs and from there began conflicts.
The Palestinian population is approximately 7.6 million people, who live in various countries. Some of them live in Israel and others in the territories occupied by Israel since 1967, including Jerusalem, some of which are under Palestinian administration. The others live in neighboring Arab states in refugee camps.
International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. Despite many attempts at peace where some countries have intervened, conflicts seem endless and peace between Israel and Palestine do not see a clear path to a different future for cooperation and peaceful coexistence.
Only through strong measures and effective responses we can defend human rights and international law, especially when they are breached repeatedly and defying all existing agencies that guarantee these rights and protection to all global citizens.
In 1977, the UN General Assembly called for the annual observance of 29 November as the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. That same day in 1947, the Assembly had adopted the resolution on the partition of Palestine.