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Time to call out AU on Palestine

WHEN the AU concluded its 34th Summit two Sundays ago, the continental body sharply rebuked Israel over its continued violations of international law as the occupation of Palestine enters its 54th year. The summit’s final statement highlighted the Israeli military’s use of lethal, unlawful force against Palestinian civilians.

Side-eyeing Malawi and Lazarus Chakwera, the AU called on its members to refrain from any actions that undermine the international legal status of East Jerusalem as the capital of the future Palestinian state –

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