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Pakistan supports arms embargo to Israel

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Washington: Pakistan has endorsed a UN ambassador’s report that Israel’s attacks in Gaza amount to genocide, and Islamabad has supported an arms embargo on Tel Aviv.

It should be noted that the UN official called the attacks of Israeli forces in Gaza tantamount to genocide and demanded from the international community to impose a ban on the supply of weapons to Tel Aviv, among other restrictions.

“Anatomy of genocide”

Francesca Albanese, the United Nations Special Representative for Human Rights in Occupied Jerusalem, presented a report to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, saying, “It is my duty to report on the worst situation of humanity. Do it and submit your results.” The report is called “Anatomy of Genocide”.

On the other hand, Israel did not participate in the session and rejected the conclusions presented by Francesca Albanis.

Dozens of diplomats support an arms embargo on Israel

Dozens of diplomats representing Latin America, including Arab and Muslim countries, supported the work of the UN representative and his mandate.

Pakistan, speaking on behalf of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, supported the call for sanctions and an arms embargo. “We appreciate your courage in documenting what amounts to genocide in Gaza,” said the Islamabad representative.

Egypt supported the mandate of the United Nations Special Representative Francesca Albanis on behalf of the Arab Nations Group and Qatar on behalf of the Gulf Cooperation Council and called for “an end to the genocide by the Israeli war machine”.

Presenting the report in Geneva, UN Special Envoy Francesca Albanis said, citing the deaths of more than 30,000 Palestinians, among other actions, that “there is good reason to believe that the limits of the genocide against Palestinians in Gaza have satisfy them.” Yes.”

“I urge member states to uphold their obligations, starting with an arms embargo on Israel, and ensure that this does not happen again in the future,” he said.

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