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CHINA AT ICJ HAMAS ARMED RESISTANCE AGAINST OCCUPATION IS NOT TERRORISM!

The Chinese representative to the ICJ, Ma Xinmin, criticised the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories and cited UNGA Resolution 3070 at the ICJ hearing:

“”Reaffirms the legitimacy of the struggle of peoples for their independence, territorial integrity, national unity and liberation from colonial domination, apartheid and foreign occupation by all available means, including armed struggle””

He further stated:
“Justice has been long delayed, but it must not be denied,”

The resistance of the Palestinian people is JUSTIFIED by international law!! The fallacious argument made about Israel’s right to self-defence does NOT apply in occupied lands! Summarised beautifully by Ma, he stated:

“”Israel is a foreign nation occupying Palestine, so the right to self-defence lies more with the Palestinians than with the Israelis.”

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English Script:
Ma Xinmin: The UNGA resolution 3070 of 1973. I quote reaffirms the legitimacy of the people struggle for liberation from colonial and foreign domination under aiding subjugation by all available means, including armed struggle. End of quote. This recognition is also reflected in international convention. For example, the Arab Convention for Suppressing of Terrorism of 1998 affirms, I quote, the right of peoples to combat foreign occupation aggression by whatever means, including armed struggle, in order to liberate that territories and to secure the right to self-determination and independence. And, of course, armed struggle in this context is distinguished from acts of terrorism. It is grounded in international law. This distinction is acknowledged by several international conventions. For example, Article three of the OAU Convention on the Prevention and Combating the Terrorism of 1999 provides that I quote, the struggle waged by peoples the accordance piece of the principle of international law for the liberation of self-determination, including armed struggle against colonialism, occupation, aggression and domination by foreign forces shall not be considered as terrorist acts.

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