Council on International Relations in Palestine welcomes the European Union ambassadors

A press release issued by Council on International Relations in Palestine

 

Council on International Relations in Palestine welcomes the European Union ambassadors who will visit Gaza Strip tomorrow to discuss many topics on top of that Economic and living situation.

The council calls on the ambassadors to transform words and visits into actions and resolutions to put pressure to end the siege and suffering of 2m people living in 365km2 in Gaza.

The council stresses that the continuous of this situation warns of deterioration and imminent explosion, according to several international reports, most recently the remarks by UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Nikolay Mladenov in which he said: “people have lost hope, Life is gone and this is what makes Gaza more dangerous and more explosive.”

CIR praises building biggest Palestinian museum in the world

Council on International Relations in Palestine praised building the biggest Palestinian museum in the world in Cape Town, South Africa.

Dr. Basem Naim, head of CIR, called the Founder of the museum Dr. Anwah Nagia and thanked him in the name of the Palestinian people for building the museum, and for the creativity he made to show solidarity with Palestine and its people, inviting him to visit Gaza soon.

Dr. Anwah told Naim that this museum will not be the last of his projects to support the Palestinian issue as he plans to launch more strategic projects, considering this work as a must for every free human believing in justice.

Nagia’s project was confronted by several obstacles by the Zionist lobby as the museum is located only 2km away from the “Jewish Holocaust Museum” in Cape Town. However, Zionist attempts failed to spoil the project after Dr. Nagia won the case sued by the Zionist lobby.

After years of setbacks, The first Palestinian museum on African soil to life has finally come to fruition. The eight storey Human Rights Centre and the Palestinian Museum is now reality.