Algerian MPs want Apartheid Israel relations criminalised


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Algerian Parliament
(Picture: Algeria Press Service)

Algerian lawmakers have submitted a bill to the People’s National Assembly, which would criminalise establishment of relations with the Tel Aviv regime.

The bill will also prohibit travel to the occupied territories or any direct or indirect contact with Israelis. It includes seven articles, which aim to “criminalise normalization with the Zionist entity” as well as forbidding any contacts with Israeli authorities or traveling to and from the Israeli-occupied lands.

Algeria has been one of the few Arab states to maintain a pro-Palestinian and anti-Zionist stance.

Algerian Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra has repeatedly said that Arab countries should support the Palestinian people instead of supporting Israel’s expansion in the region.

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Jun 29, 2022
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