House of Commons
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REPEAL OF THE "ZIONISM IS RACISM" RESOLUTION
EDM #448A2
Tabled 16 January 1992
1991-92 Session
This is an amendment to an existing motion
Motion originally tabled by Sir Michael Latham on 19 December 1991
This is amendment number 2

Suggested Amendment

"leave out from 'resolution' to end and add 'further notes that the Israel "Law of Return" makes any individual born anywhere in the world with at least one Jewish grandparent eligible for Israeli citizenship, while citizenship is denied to millions of Palestinians; believes that this is a racist law; and further believes that any eventual settlement of the Palestinian question must take account of the right of exiled and/or stateless Palestinians to return to their homeland.'."

Original Motion Text

That this House welcomes the decision of the United Nations general assembly to repeal the notorious U.N.G.A. Resolution 3379/75 of 10th November 1975, normally known as the 'Zionism is Racism' resolution; congratulates Her Majesty's Government for ensuring that that the United Kingdom voted for repeal, just as it originally voted against the 1975 resolution; thanks President Bush for leading the diplomatic activity which produced the repeal of that infamous slur on the Jewish people; but notes with regret that 25 nations voted against repeal, including such totalitarian dictatorships as Iran, Iraq, Libya, North Korea and Syria.

Signatures (3)

The first 6 Members who have signed to support the motion are the sponsors. The primary sponsor is generally the person who tabled the motion and has responsibility for it. The date shown is when the Member signed the motion.
There are no withdrawn signatures for this amendment