Ali Muhammad bin Faisal
Al-Saud, Supreme Head of the Islamic Nation of Palestine, presents to the
International Community, Accusation against THE STATE OF ISRAEL:
I denounce before the
world the horrendous Holocaust through which the People of Palestine are going
through, victims of crimes of extermination by the State of Israel in the
person of those who have given the orders to expel them from their territory,
arrest them to deprive them illegitimately of their individual freedoms,
killing them selectively without trial, and, without having jurisdiction to
judge them.The behavior of all these facts leads to determine that they are
acts of practices of genocide and crimes against humanity, including the
violation of other international norms in the field of human rights.The State
of Israel in the person of its rulers from May 1948 to the present date, have
incurred the following acts:1. Forging of documents emanating from the United
occupation of the territory established in Resolution 181 of November 29, 1947,
in its Part II, letter A of Chapter 4, of the so-called PARTITION PLAN WITH
3. Illegal sale of
Natural Resources belonging to the Arab State, today Islamic State of
4. Illegal sale of Real
Estate, incurring in the criminal offense of Fraud and other Frauds.
5. Illicit obtaining of
Economic Resources produced by the rental of Real Estate for Housing and / or
6. Usurpation of
7. Abuse of Power
8. Crimes of Genocide
in any of the following acts committed with the intent to destroy, in whole or
in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group as such:Kill group
members;Causing serious harm to the physical or mental integrity of the members
of the group;Intentionally subjecting the group to conditions of existence
capable of causing its physical destruction, total or partial;Take measures to
prevent births within the group;Forcibly transfer children from the group to
9. Crimes against
humanity in any of the following acts when committed as part of a widespread or
systematic attack against a civilian population and with knowledge of such
Deportation or forcible
transfer of populations;Imprisonment or other serious deprivation of physical
liberty, in violation of fundamental norms of international law;
Rape, sexual slavery,
forced prostitution, forced pregnancy, forced sterilization or other sexual
abuse of comparable gravity;Persecution of a group or collectivity with its own
identity, on political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious, gender
grounds, as defined in paragraph 3, or other reasons universally recognized as
unacceptable under international law, in relation to any of the acts referred
to in this paragraph or with any offence within the jurisdiction of this Court;
The crime of
Other inhumane acts of
a similar nature intentionally causing great suffering or seriously threatening
physical integrity or mental or physical health;
For all legal purposes
I use as evidence the following documents that constitute Evidence against the
State of Israel in the person of its rulers:Resolution 181/11, 29 November
1947: Specified the partition of Palestine into two States: one Palestinian
Arab with 45 percent and the other Jewish with 55 percent; internationalizing
Jerusalem and being located within the Palestinian State annex 5.
Resolution 194, 11
December 1948: Resolved the return of Palestinian refugees to their homes and
lands, and those who chose not to return should be compensated.
December 9, 1949: The city of Jerusalem would be established as a separate body
under the special international regime and administered by the United Nations.
The Council would be appointed to demarcate the responsibilities of the current
Resolution 114 C.S.,
December 20, 1949: Concerned with the transfer to Jerusalem of some ministries
and public departments of the Government of Israel, he considered that the
attitude of the Government of Israel would create difficulties for the
implementation of the status of Jerusalem.
Resolution 2253 ES-V,
July 4, 1967: Rejected Israeli military expansion during the war of June 5,
1967 and demanded withdrawal from occupied Arab territories, including occupied
Jerusalem. It called on Israel to revoke all measures taken and desisted from
any attitude that would alter the status of Jerusalem.
Resolution 2254, 14
July 1967: Noted with deep regret and concern Israel's non-compliance with
resolution 2253 ES~V... It reiterated its call on Israel to rescind all
measures taken and to immediately desist from any attitude that would alter the
status of Jerusalem.
Resolution 242 C.S., November
22, 1967: Demanded that Israel withdraw militarily from the occupied Arab
territories to Palestine including East Jerusalem, the Syrian Golan Heights and
Egypt's Sinai. It demanded that Israel fix its international borders.
Resolution 2628, 4
November 1970: Recognized that Palestinian rights were an indispensable element
for the establishment of a just and lasting peace.
Resolution 2649 of 30
November 1970: Condemned Governments that denied self-determination to peoples
who were granted this right, especially the peoples of Southern Africa and
December 20, 1971: Strongly called on Israel to immediately rescind all
measures and desist from all decisions and practices such as annexation of any
of the occupied Arab territories... Israeli settlement establishments...
demolition of villas, neighborhoods, houses, expropriation of properties...
transfers, deportations and expulsions from the occupied territories... Refusal
of refugee rights... ill-treatment and torture of prisoners... collective
Resolution 338, 23
October 1973: Called upon Israel to comply with resolution 242 and reiterated
the demand for its military withdrawal from the occupied Arab territories,
including East Jerusalem.
Resolution 3070, 30
November 1973: It also reaffirmed the legitimacy of the struggle of peoples to
free themselves from foreign colonial domination and foreign subjugation by all
possible means, including armed struggle.
Resolution 3236, 2
November 1974: Reaffirmed the inalienable right of the Palestinian people, the
right to independence and sovereignty, and the right of return; and established
contacts with the Palestine Liberation Organization for matters concerning the
Resolution 3237. 22
November 1974: The Palestine Liberation Organization was recognized as the sole
and legitimate representative of the Palestinian people and invited to sit in
the meetings and in the General Assembly as a permanent observer.
November 10, 1975: Zionism was condemned as a form of racism and racial
discrimination (it was repealed in January 1991, without grounds and by demands
of the United States).
Resolution 32/40-B, 2
December 1977: 29 November, the day of the partition of Palestine, was
instituted as the "International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian
Resolution 36/15, 28
October 1981: Called upon Israel to immediately suspend all excavations and
transformations of the historical, cultural and religious sites of Jerusalem;
in particular in the vicinity of the Muslim Holy Shrine of Al Haram Al Sharif,
whose structure was in danger of collapse.
Resolution 38/180 D of
19 December 1983: Reaffirmed the sovereign rights and national resources of the
occupied Palestinian territories and the occupied Arab territories (Syria and
Lebanon). He declared once again that peace in the Middle East was
indivisible... under the auspices of the United Nations, to ensure Israel's
complete and unconditional withdrawal from the occupied Palestinian and other
occupied Arab territories, including occupied East Jerusalem.
Resolution 43/177, 15
December 1988: Took note of the Declaration of Proclamation of the State of
Palestine, issued by the Palestinian National Council on 15 November 1988. It
decided to replace the name Palestine Liberation Organization with Palestine in
the UN system.
Resolution 904 C.S., 18
March 1994: Strongly condemned the massacre of Palestinian civilians in Hebron
(referring to the massacre of 63 Palestinian civilians while praying at the
Resolution 50/22, 4
December 1995: Determined that Israel's decision to impose its laws,
jurisdiction, and administration of the Holy City of Jerusalem was illegal,
therefore null and void... It deplored the decision of some states to transfer
their diplomatic missions to Jerusalem in violation of Security Council
Resolution 51/223 of 14
March 1997: Called upon Israel to halt settlements in the Palestinian
territories, especially in occupied East Jerusalem.
Resolution ES-10/2, 5
May 1997: Demanded that Israel cease settlements in occupied East Jerusalem and
the applicability of the Fourth Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of
Civilian Persons in Time of War. It reaffirmed that all Israeli settlements in
the territories occupied by Israel in 1967 (Palestine and Syria) are legal and
an obstacle to peace.
Resolution ES-10/3, 30
July 1997: Having taken into account that the Government of Israel had not
desisted from building the new settlement of Jabal Abu Ghenein... road
construction confiscating adjacent (Palestinian) land... It condemned the
failure of the Government of Israel to comply with resolution ES-10/2... It
demanded that Israel, the occupying Power, cease immediately and cease all
activities.Resolution E/CN.4/RES/2001/2 C.D.H: 5 April 2001: Reaffirming the
right of the Palestinian people to self-determination, in accordance with the
Charter of the United Nations and the provisions of the international covenants
and instruments relating to the right to self-determination as an international
principle and as a right to all peoples of the world, which is a peremptory
norm (jus cogens) of international law, and a fundamental condition for
achieving a lasting and comprehensive just peace in the Middle East region.
E/CN.4/2001/L.31C.D.H :: April 11, 2001: Aware that Israel is a party to the
Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of
War, August 12, 1949, which is applicable to the Palestinian territory and all
Arab territories occupied by Israel since 1967, including East Jerusalem.
Michael Lynk, UN
Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the occupied Palestinian
territories, has submitted a report to the Human Rights Council concluding that
the situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories constitutes apartheid.
International has opined on the UN Rapporteur's Report as follows:"The
Special Rapporteur's report examines the current human rights situation in the
Occupied Palestinian Territories, with particular attention to the question of
apartheid. The Special Rapporteur notes that the Jewish and Palestinian
population residing in the Occupied Palestinian Territories lives "under a
special regime that makes distinctions in the recognition of rights and the
granting of benefits on the basis of national and ethnic identity, and which
guarantees the supremacy of one population group to the detriment of
another", describes how this system "grants substantial benefits and
privileges to one racial-national-ethnic group while forcing another group to
live enclosed within walls and checkpoints and subject to permanent military
rule," and concludes that this system "conforms to the current
evidentiary standard of the existence of apartheid."
The authorities of our
State are competent enough to judge these repressors of human rights, and all
those who appear as intellectual and material authors, accomplices and
accessory.Likewise, members of the Israel Defense Forces, in any of their
ranks, will not be excused by the superior orders they have received, for which
they will also be judged.Likewise, because they are crimes of genocide and
crimes against humanity, these crimes do not prescribe.