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Mushawarat Demands Recall of Indian Ambassador

Calls upon Govt. of India to Mobilise International Community for Cease-fire and Withdrawal of Israel from Palestinian Territory

Welcomes Arab Proposal for Political Settlement

New Delhi, 11 April, 2002
: Shri Syed Shahabuddin, President of the All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM), has issued the following Statement: 

"The AIMMM calls upon the Government of India to recall our Ambassador from Tel Aviv and, later, severe diplomatic relations with Israel, if necessary, on account of its continued aggression against the territory of Palestine and the Palestinian people, the forcible confinement of President Yasser Arafat to his office in Ramalla, surrounded by Israeli tanks, and, above all, for its defiance of two successive Resolutions of the UN Security Council calling for cease fire and immediate withdrawal of its armed forces at least from the Palestinian towns and cities.

The AIMMM appreciates the statement of Shri Jaswant Singh, Minister of External Affairs, in support of the UN stand but it is of the view that time has come for India to take the initiative to mobilize the international community, particularly the Non-aligned Movement, for applying sanctions against Israel and for interposing an International peace-keeping force between Israel and Palestine, to supervise the Israeli withdrawal and later to keep an eye on the violation of the cease-fire by either side. This would set the stage for resumption of negotiations for a political settlement.

The AIMMM welcomes the offer of the Arab States, as proposed by Saudi Arabia and endorsed by the Arab League, to recognize Israel and establish normal relations with it if it withdraws from the Arab territories occupied by it in 1967, and regards it as a major step towards peace in the region.

The AIMMM, therefore, requests the Government of India to exert all possible pressure on Israel on its own and through the international community, in order to create the necessary conditions for negotiation between Israel and the Arab States, on the basis of the Arab proposal."

Sd/- Syed Shahabuddin
N-44, Abul Fazal Enclave, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi - 110 025 Phone: 632 6780 Fax: 632 7346
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