The United Nations: Ending the Israeli occupation of Palestine in the interests of both parties to the conflict

Prince Zaid bin Raad Al Hussein, the top UN human rights official, called on Tuesday for an end to the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands, saying that it would be in the interest of both sides after 50 years of hostility.

In a speech opening a three-week session of the Human Rights Council, he added that the Palestinian people commemorate “half a century of severe suffering under occupation by military force.”

He added that the Israelis also deserve protection from violence, adding, “The continuation of the occupation only means prolonging the severe pain of the two peoples,” adding, “This could end,” speaking of his childhood in Jordan and his observations of Palestinian refugee camps.

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