To coincide with the international condemnation of the Israeli occupation entity’s plans to annex parts of the West Bank, many American cities and European capitals have witnessed protest demonstrations against those plans that come within the framework of the so-called century deal aimed at liquidating the Palestinian issue.
In the United States, the cities of New York, Chicago, and San Francisco witnessed protest demonstrations rejecting the plans of the Israeli occupation organized by American "civil society" organizations and the Palestinian community.
The participants affirmed their absolute rejection of the annexation and settlement plans and the "deal of the century" and their stand against the Zionist apartheid regime, calling on the American administration to stop its blatant bias towards the Israeli occupation and respect the Security Council resolutions, United Nations charters and international legal laws that support the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people, especially the right to self-determination.
Protest demonstrations in American cities met with the other side in the cities and capitals of the old continent similar demonstrations, especially in Spain, Norway, Finland and Greece, in which the participants demanded their governments to recognize the state of Palestine with its capital in Jerusalem and to stand by the rights of the Palestinian people guaranteed by international resolutions and covenants.
Participants in the demonstration witnessed by the Spanish city of Barcelona organized by the Palestinian Community Association and a number of Spanish parties called on the international community to hold the Israeli occupation accountable for its crimes against the Palestinians while the participants raised the demonstration organized by the Norwegian organizations and Palestinian community and the Palestinian flag and signs denouncing the Israeli annexation and settlement plans.
While thousands of Greeks demanded during the demonstration that took place in the capital Athens yesterday, the government of their country to implement the parliament’s decision to recognize the state of Palestine and its capital, Jerusalem, and to impose sanctions on the Israeli occupation backed by American policies hostile to the rights of the people of the world, the participants in the Finnish demonstration called Helsinki called the international community to hold Israel accountable for its crimes against The Palestinians are a firm response to the annexation plans.
The protest demonstrations were accompanied by international positions condemning and rejecting the plans of the Israeli occupation to annex Palestinian lands, the most prominent of which was stated by the representative of the Federal Republic of Germany to Palestine, Ambassador Christian, who confirmed his country's position categorically rejecting the occupation plans because it undermines any opportunity to establish an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital.
Danish Foreign Minister Jeb Kufuud renewed his country's rejection of the Israeli occupation's plans to annex parts of the West Bank because it contravened international law, while French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian confirmed in a parliamentary session today that annexing the Israeli occupation to parts of the West Bank is a violation of international law.
The British position came in line with the positions of other European countries, where British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that his country "will not recognize the annexation of parts of the West Bank," stressing that this process constitutes a violation of international law and therefore the United Kingdom will not recognize it, according to what the agency quoted him as saying. B".
Despite all international positions, the occupation authorities rushed to implement its plan to annex parts of the West Bank, in implementation of the provisions of the so-called deal of the century announced by Washington in late January, after it actually began implementing it in late 2017 by declaring Jerusalem the capital of the usurping entity and moving its embassy to it in May 2018, striking the wall by law International and all relevant international legal decisions.