Twenty per cent of the Arab and Islamic countries possess diplomatic relations with Israel, the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) global campaign reported yesterday.
"Nine Arab countries possess full diplomatic ties with the Israeli occupation, while six others who are experiencing lower-scale relations with Israel," BDS said in its recent reports entitled "The reality of normalisation in the Arab and Islamic world."
BDS warned the Arab states of what it described as a "dangerous reality" resulting from the "Arab countries' unprecedented normalisation with Israel."
The Palestinian-led campaign called on all the Arab and Islamic countries "to renounce normalisation with the occupation [Israel] as well as pressuring them to recognise the rights of the Palestinian people."
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The anti-Israel organisation pointed out that it has been following what it described as "formal and informal normalisation" across the Arabic region, accusing some complicit countries of "committing an unforgivable crime."
"Palestinians won't forgive anyone who normalises with the Zionist entity [Israel]," the boycott organisation stressed.
BDS is a Palestinian-led movement for freedom, justice and equality. It aims at raising global awareness about the importance of boycotting the Israeli occupation at all levels and rejecting its co-existence and countries who normalise with it.