The Scecurity Council Vote Of Draft Refusal Jerusalem Capital Of Israel

United Nations Security Council (UNSC) will vote on Monday (18/12/2017) linked the fate of the draft resolution or draft proposed that Egypt, the Draft contains a rejection decision of United States (us) President Donald Trump who recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

This draft resolution is likely to be vetoed by the United States, because Washington for this is known as the main ally of Israel.

The text of one page that will decided the SECURITY COUNCIL did not specifically mention the US or Trump in it. The draft resolution emphasizes that the status of Jerusalem should be settled through negotiations, not unilateral U.S. decision.

"Every decision and action that is intended to alter the character, demographic composition or status of the Holy City of Jerusalem has no legal effect, do not apply and must be cancelled," the sound of the draft resolution.

The U.S. decision recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has violated the international consensus. The decision was delivered last December 6, Trump, in which he also ordered the transfer of the US Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem soon.

That decision triggered anger in the Arab and Muslim world. Some of the Palestinians killed were shot dead in demonstrations in various areas to oppose the status of Jerusalem.

The US Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to visit Jerusalem on Wednesday later in the middle of a situation that is still heating up. The Government of Palestine to Egypt Orthodox Church rejected the Party welcomes Pence.

Ambassador of Israel to the United Nations Danny Danon on Saturday denounced the draft resolution. According to him, the draft it as another attempt to rewrite history.

"There is no sound or discussions that could change the reality clearly, Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, now and forever. We will continue to fight for the truth of history, this time, along with our allies, "said Danon, as quoted Times of Israel.

It is very unlikely there is resolution passes in the Security Council, where the U.S. is one of five permanent members with veto power.

U.s. Ambassador Nikki Haley is a staunch supporter of Israel, who has openly declared his country more credible Palestinian-Israel conflict rather than the United Nations. Haley praised the recognition the Trump of Jerusalem the capital of Israel as the right move.

Source: international.sindonews.com