MJC calls on World Leaders to condemn Zionist Israel’s “Nationalism” bill

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The Muslim Judicial Council strongly condemns the Zionist Israeli parliament’s adoption of the “Nationalism” bill.
The controversial bill defines the country as a Jewish Homeland (with Jerusalem as its Capital) and replaces Arabic with Hebrew as the official language.
Zionist Israel has once again displayed its true racist and Apartheid agenda – the annihilation of Palestine – by passing this divisive law.
Through legal processes, the murderous Zionist Israel seeks to legitimate their occupation of Palestinian land and present it to World leaders to ratify.
What is crystal clear, is that Zionist Israel has no intention of pursuing peace with the Palestinian people and as recently as a few days ago, bombed Palestinian recreational facilities, which killed two children and wounded 10 others. They were playing on the field at the time.
Yet world leaders are silent!!!
On Wednesday, the world celebrated a phenomenal icon in Nelson Mandela. He, as so many others, liberated South Africa from the clutches of Apartheid.
But Apartheid is currently being practiced in Palestine and that is why Mandela said, “We know too well that our freedom is incomplete without the freedom of the Palestinians.”
We urge the same world leaders who celebrated Tata Madiba’s legacy, to condemn and reject the draconian, Apartheid laws of the illegal occupiers of the land of Palestine.
Failing to do so, amounts to hypocrisy.
The South African government must show its displeasure by closing its embassy in Israel and removing the Israeli ambassador from our shores.

Mainstream media too, are quiet about this newly accepted bill, most likely, with the aim of protecting the Zionist state of Israel.

Now, more than ever, we need the alternative voices published and the outcry of this irresponsible bill to be heard, loud and clear for all to acknowledge.
Issued by
Shaykh Isgaak Taliep
Secretary-General