France’s interior minister announced dissolution of two pro-Palestinian advocacy organizations, accusing them of inciting violence and hatred
Paris (QNN)- A Palestinian-French activist said that France’s dissolution of two pro-Palestine groups is likely related to Zionist lobbying.
France’s interior minister last Wednesday announced the dissolution of two pro-Palestinian advocacy organizations, accusing them of inciting violence and hatred.
Gérald Darmanin confirmed the dissolution of Palestine Vaincra (Palestine Will Win) and Comité Palestine Action (Palestine Action Committee.
He said this came in “accordance with the instructions of the President of the Republic.”
Speaking to Quds Press, Hussam Kamal said Paris produced an indictment that contains more than 30 claims against the two groups.
The 30 claiks include: “Anti-Semitism, backing ‘terrorist’ groups, spreading hatred and provoking terrorist attacks.”
Kamal did not rule out that Paris carried out this measure to win the votes of Zionists in the coming presidential elections.
However, he warned that such a move will “directly undermine freedom of expression” for pro-Palestine supporters.
He added this move also “might push them to reduce their support in order to avoid the same measure.”
Kamal noted that Zionists moved against these two groups after mobilising support for Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in 2021.
Kamal indicated that the absence of diplomatic representation for Palestinians in France are negatively affecting work for the Palestinian cause.
Moreover, he shared that the decision to ban the two groups is appealable.
(Source / 15.03.2022)