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UNITED
NATIONS
A S

        General Assembly
        Security Council
Distr.
GENERAL
A/41/326
S/18049

14 May 1986

ENGLISH
Original: ARABIC/ENGLISH/FRENCH

GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Forty-first session
Items 12, 22, 24, 26, 29, 31, 33, 35,
36, 37, 40, 45, 51, 52, 54, 50,
62, 73, 76, 77, 78, 81, 91, 99 and
102 of the preliminary list*
[...]
SECURITY COUNCIL
Forty-first year


Letter dated 5 May 1986 from the Permanent Representative of Morocco to the
United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General


On instructions from the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco, which hosted the Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, held at Fez from 25 to 29 Rabi Ul Thani, 1406H (6 to 10 January 1986), I have the honor to transmit herewith the texts of the final communiqué (annex I) and of the resolutions adopted by the Conference on organic, statutory and general questions (annex II), political and information affairs (annex III), economic and financial affairs (annex IV), and cultural and social affairs (annex V). We request you to have them circulated as documents of the General Assembly, under items 12, 22, 24, 26, 29, 31, 33, 35, 36, 37, 40, 45, 51, 52, 54, 58, 62, 73, 76, 77, 78, 81, 91, 99 and 102 of the preliminary list, and of the Security Council.


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* A/41/50/Rev.1.


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ANNEX I

ICFM/l6-86/FIN/DEC.








FINAL COMMUNIQUÉ OF THE
SIXTEENTH ISLAMIC CONFERENCE OF FOREIGN MINISTERS

FEZ, KINGDOM OF MOROCCO
25-29 Rabi M Thani, 1406H

6-10 January 1986










FINAL COMMUNIQUÉ
SIXTEENTH ISLAMIC CONFERENCE OF
FOREIGN MINISTERS



Fez, Kingdom of Morocco

Rabiul Thani 25-29,1406H
(January 6 – 10, 1986).


In response to the kind invitation of the Kingdom of Morocco, and in accordance with We resolution adopted by the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, the Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers was convened in Fez, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani, 1406H corresponding to January 6 10l 1986.

2. The Conference was preceded by a Preparatory Meeting of Senior Officials, on 23 Rabiul Thani, 1406H (January 4, 1986), under the Chairmanship of His Excellency Ambassador Mohamed Tazi, Director of the Department of Arab and Islamic Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Morocco.

3. The following Member States of the Organization of the Islamic Conference participated in the Conference:

4. The following attended the Conference as Observers:

a) - Turkish-Cypriot Community

- Moro National Liberation Front

b) International Organizations:

- United Nations Organization

- Organization of African Unity

- League of Arab States

- United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural
Organization (UNESCO)

- United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

- United Nations Commissioner's Office for Refugees

- Arab Education, Science and Culture Organization (ALESCO)

- United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)

- United Nations Committee on the Exercise of the
Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People

- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

- United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

- United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

c) Subsidiary Organs of the Organization of the Islamic Conference:

- Research Center for Islamic History, Art and Culture

- Islamic Center for Statistical, Economic and Social
Research and Training

- Islamic Foundation for Science Technology and
Development

- Islamic Center for Technical and Vocational Training
and Research

- Islamic Center for Development of Trade

- Islamic Figh Academy

- Islamic Committees of the International Crescent

- International Commission for the Preservation of the
Islamic Cultural Heritage.

- Islamic Development Bank

- Islamic Educational Scientific-and Cultural
Organization (ISESCO)

- International Islamic News Agency (IINA)

- Islamic States Broadcasting Organization (ISBO)

- Islamic Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Commodity
Exchange

- Organization of Islamic Capitals and Cities

- Permanent Council of the Islamic Solidarity Fund

- Islamic Shipowners Association.

e) Islamic institutions and associations :

- Muslim World League

- Islamic Da’wa Association

- Islamic World Congress

- World Federation of International Arab-Islamic Schools

- World Assembly of Muslim Youth

- International Association of Islamic Banks

- Islamic Council of Europe.

5. His Royal Highness Sidi Mohamed, Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Morocco, inaugurated the Conference with an important speech, on behalf of his father, His Majesty King Hassan II, Sovereign of Morocco. He commenced his address by welcoming the participating delegations, and by expressing the pride of Morocco to host this gathering to which the Muslim Ummah is looking forward. He conveyed his good wishes for the success of the Conference, and expressed the hope that two of the noblest virtues preached by Islam and on which many of its teachings are based, will prevail during the Conference. The first one is tolerance which constitutes the foundation underlying the Organization's cohesion and harmony which are a unique source of strength for the Muslim Ummah. The second virtue is alertness to all developments in the moral, spiritual, scientific and technological fields. He added that "we have to review our standards from time to time, in order to adapt them to present-day requirements, thus enabling car Islamic Ummah to recover its position amongst nations."

A number of heads of delegations expressed thanks and appreciation to His Majesty King Hassan II for his gracious inaugural address to the Conference which the Conference considered as a guiding light for its work.

6. His Excellency Dr. Abdel Karim Iryani, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Yemen Arab Republic and Chairman of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers in his speech urged the Conference to pay utmost attention to the major causes of the Islamic Ummah. He hoped that the Conference would address itself to the urgent issues and historic challenges facing the Ummah.

7. His Excellency Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada, Secretary General of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, who had assumed charge in January 1985 following his unanimous election by the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, took the oath of office. The three Assistant Secretaries General; His Excellency Mr. Tan Sri Abdul Rahman Ibn Abdul Jalal; His Excellency Mr. Mohamed Mokhtar Ould Bah; and His Excellency Mr. Sharif Muhammad Lamine Haidera also took oaths of office.

8. His Excellency Syed Sharifuddin Pirzad, Secretary General of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, delivered an address in which he paid tribute to His Majesty King Hassan II, and to the Government and people of the Kingdom of Morocco. He praised the role of the Kingdom of Morocco in promoting Islamic causes and Islamic unity and solidarity. His address outlined the goals which His Excellency intended to pursue, the efforts exerted by him, the support he has received from Member States and the obstacles he has encountered during his first year in office as Secretary General of the Organization, His speech also dealt with the administrative and financial situation of the General Secretariat, and its various Organs and bodies.

9. The Conference unanimously elected His Excellency Pr. Abdel Latif El Filali, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Kingdom of Morocco, as Chairman of the Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.

It also unanimously elected the following three Vice-Chairmen :

- His Excellency Mr. Mahamane Sani Bako,
Foreign Minister of the Republic of Niger.
Department of the Palestine Liberation Organization.

As per tradition, His Excellency Dr. Abdel Karim Iryani, the Outgoing Chairman was elected as Rapporteur General.

10. His Excellency Dr. Abdel Latif El Filali, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of the Kingdom of Morocco, delivered a speech in which he thanked the delegations for having elected him Chairman of the Conference. He warmly welcomed them and expressed the hope that the deliberations of the Conference would focus on promoting Islamic unity and effective solidarity. He also urged increased cooperation among Member States in all fields particularly in the economic field within the framework of the Plan of Action and through the agreements, projects, agencies and institutions set up under the umbrella of the OIC.

11. The Conference also heard two speeches delivered on behalf of His Excellency the Secretary General of the United Nations and His Excellency the Secretary General of the League of Arab States by the representatives of these Organizations. The representative of the OAU; His Excellency the Director General of UNESCO; and the Director General of ISESCO also addressed the Conference.

12. Ambassador Mohamed El Tazi, Director of Arab and Islamic Affairs at the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the meeting of Senior Officials, read out the report of the said meeting which was adopted by the Conference.

13. The Conference adopted its Agenda and set up four Committees in accordance with the rules of procedure for the meetings of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers:

- Political and Information Affairs Committee

- Economic and Social Affairs Committee

- Cultural Affairs and the Islamic Solidarity Fund Committee

- Administrative and Financial Affairs Committee.

14. During the course of the general debate, Their Highnesses and Their Excellencies the heads of delegations of Member States delivered addresses in which they dealt with the subjects and issues submitted to the Conference expressing the views of their countries on these questions. The deliberations of the Conference also dwelt on issues of paramount interest to the Islamic Ummah.

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20. The Conference, after due deliberation, adopted a number of important resolutions on:

I - POLITICAL AFFAIRS AND INFORMATION
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DECLARATION OF THE SIXTEENTH ISLAMIC CONFERENCE OF
FOREIGN MINISTERS ON THE ILLEGAL ENTRY INTO THE
AL-AQSA MOSQUE BY MEMBERS OF THE ISRAELI KNESSET.


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, held in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25-29 Rabiul Thani, 1406H (6-10 January 1986),

Alarmed by the news of the ignoble attack on the Al-Aqsa Mosque on Wednesday, January 8, 1986, by a group of Israeli Knesset members under the protection of Israeli police,

Having heard the statement made by the Delegation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan,

1 - Hails the valiant stand of the residents of Al-Quds Al-Sharif against the heinous attack and their brave defense of the sanctities of Al-Aqsa Mosque and Islamic Shrines;

2 - Condemns these repeated, wicked, criminal attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque which are supported and protected by Israeli occupation authorities;

3 - Warns Israel of the dire consequences of these repeated attacks; Meanwhile, the Islamic States remain committed to discharging their duties, using all ways and means, to put an end to these Israeli acts of aggression;

4 - Emphasizes its determination to support the steadfast stand of Al-Quds Al-Sharif by all possible ways and means;

5 - Places on the international community the responsibility for preventing Israel from repeatedly committing such abominable crimes which constitute a violation of U.N. resolutions and international law and conventions;

6 - Requests the Secretary General of OIC to immediately contact and convey this statement to the U.N Secretary General, the President of the Security Council, the five permanent members of the Security Council, and the Director General of UNESCO.



RESOLUTION NO.1/16-P
THE QUESTION OF PALESTINE AND THE MIDDLE EAST


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, held in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani, 1406H (6-10 January, 1986),

Proceeding from the principles and objectives of the Charter of the Organization of the Islamic Conference,

Commending the sustained efforts made by Islamic States in the United Nations and all other international forums in support of the Question of Palestine and the Middle East,

Expressing grave concern over the increasingly deteriorating situation in Occupied Palestine and the Middle East as a result of the continuous wars and hostile practices of the Zionist enemy, against the countries and peoples of the region, thus posing a serious threat to world peace and security,

Convinced that the time has come to hold an International Conference, under the aegis of the United Nations, in which the Palestine Liberation Organization would participate on an equal footing with all parties concerned, with a view to enabling the Palestinian people to exercise their inalienable national rights and the recovery of all the Occupied Palestinian and Arab territories including the City of Al-Quds Al-Sharif in accordance with the relevant U.N. resolutions,

Reaffirming the principle of strengthening Islamic Solidarity with the Palestinian people and the unswerving commitment Of Islamic States to implement all the resolutions adopted an the Question of Palestine and the Middle East especially Resolution No.1/15-P of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers,

1. Reaffirms its adherence and commitment to the following seven principles and basis which should underline the solution of the Question of Palestine and the Middle East:
Capital, under the leadership of the Palestine Liberation
Organization.

2. Reaffirms that any solution not founded an al these principles and basis and on their application, simultaneously and without exception, cannot lead to just peace but, on the contrary, it will render the situation in the region more explosive and help the Israeli enemy to achieve its objectives and its expansionist, colonialist and racist settlement policies, as well as encourage bilateral and partial solutions in disregard of the essence of the Palestinian Question, and pave the way for the hostile policies and designs aimed at liquidating the Palestinian Question;

3. Reaffirms anew the commitment of the Islamic States to the resolutions of the U.N. General Assembly calling for the convening of the International Conference, under the aegis of the U.N., to arrive at a just and comprehensive solution of the Palestine and Middle East Question, a Conference in which the Palestine Liberation Organization will participate as an independent party and on an equal footing with all the other parties concerned, together with the Soviet Union, the United States of America and the other permanent members of the Security Council with a view to implementing the relevant UN resolutions as well as the recommendations made by the U.N. Commission on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian people;

4. Reaffirms the need for Member States to take active and collective steps for the adoption, by the Security Council, of a new resolution explicitly providing for:

5. Requests the Six-Member Committee of the OIC to follow-up the implementation of paragraphs (4,20,30 and V of the Resolution Nos. 1/12-P, 1/13-P, 1/14-P, and 1/15-P, adopted by previous Islamic Conferences of Foreign Ministers;

6. Reaffirms the imperative of continued support to the efforts being exerted with a view to integrating UNRWA's budget into the regular annual budget of the United Nations;

7. Strongly condemns the United States for:

8. Calls upon the European Community to take practical steps to implement its previous resolutions on the question of Palestine and the Middle East based on their mutual and vital interests and not to renege on those resolutions under American pressure. It requests the European Community to evolve its policies with a view to helping the Palestinian people achieve their inalienable national rights in accordance with the U.N. resolutions;

9. Requests the Chairmanship of the Islamic Conference, the Member States and the General Secretariat to contact the Spanish government and ask it not to recognize Israel and to continue its current policy whereby it has affirmed the inalienable national rights of the Palestinian people;

10. Calls upon Member States to re-examine their diplomatic relations with the United States of America and any other state in the light of its support and assistance to the Zionist enemy;

11. Calls on Member States to explain, by all ways and means, the Arab Peace Plan adopted by the Twelfth Arab Summit Conference held in Fez and endorsed by the Fourth Islamic Summit Conference hold in Casablanca and to expound the dimensions of this Plan and to enlist international support for its implementation;

12. Reaffirms its commitment to the principle of the inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by force, and considers that all settlements that have been, or will be established, by the Zionist enemy in all the Occupied Palestinian and Arab territories, including the city of Al-Quds Al-Sharif are measures and practices that are null and void and unlawful. These settlements must be dismantled and no more established, in accordance with the United Nations Charter and relevant resolutions;

13. Reiterates its condemnation of the persistence of the Zionist enemy in systematically pursuing a policy of organized state terrorism against the Palestinian people in the occupied territories; dismantling their camps and deporting the inhabitants, confiscating their property and establishing Zionist settlements around the city of Al-Quds Al-Sharif as well as in all the other parts of the occupied homeland; in contravention of the will of the International Community, the U.N. resolutions, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Fourth Geneva Convention. The Conference once again demands that an end be put to all these criminal acts and practices;

14. Strongly condemns anew the measures approved by the Israeli Knesset January 2, 1984 for the enforcement of Israeli legislation in the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip and considers that such highly dangerous measures represent a continuation of the Zionist enemy's designs to annex and judaize the Occupied Palestinian and Arab territories;

16. Reaffirms its determination to maintain the independence and sovereignty of Lebanon, the unity of its people and institutions and its territorial and institutional integrity. It reaffirms that the Israeli forces should withdraw immediately and unconditionally from all Lebanese territories and emphasizes the need to safeguard the complete and absolute sovereignty of Lebanon overall its territories and in all national affairs. It also hails the steadfastness and firmness of the heroic people of Lebanon in their sustained resistance against the Zionist occupation forces, and lauds the courageous national resistance to the Israeli invasion troops in South Lebanon;

17. Reaffirms the commitment of Member States and their peoples to sever political, economic, cultural, military and other forms of direct or indirect relations with the Zionist entity, to enforce the provisions of the Islamic boycott against it; and decides again that Member States which still maintain any form of relations, at whichever level, with the Zionist enemy should sever such relations forthwith and without delay, in implemen-tation of the Charter and resolutions of the Islamic Conference;

18. Reaffirms the commitment of all Islamic States to work together for the coordination of their stands and to redouble their efforts at all international fora in order to eliminate all forms of racism, racist discrimination and zionism, to rid humanity, international communities and Arab, African and Islamic peoples of their evils and their manifestations evidenced at present by the Israeli entity in occupied Palestine and the Pretoria racist regime in South Africa. It also calls upon Member States to use ill their economic and financial potentialities as an effective weapon against zionism and racism and their supporters. Moreover it reiterates its unwavering solidarity with the just struggle of the Namibian people, led by SWAPO, and the struggle of the South African people, led by its national movements;

19. Condemns all countries that allow Jewish emigration from or across their territories to occupied Palestine and calls for an end to such illegal Zionist emigration to Palestine. It further calls for resolute action to encourage the return of the migrant Jews to their countries of origin;

20. Reaffirms the imperative of establishment of offices of the Palestine Liberation Organization in the capitals of the Member States where such offices have not yet been established, considering that the P.L.O. is the legitimate and sole representative of the Palestinian people, and calls for grant of full diplomatic rights, privileges and immunities to these offices;

21. Commends the valiant Palestinian people for their steadfastness and unfailing struggle against the Zionist enemy, their brave resistance to occupation in all its forms and their rallying around their sole, legitimate leadership represented by the Palestine Liberation Organization. It reiterates the Islamic States' commitment to the preservation of Palestinian national unity, the independence of the Palestine Liberation Organization and the inadmissibility of interference in its international affairs;

22. Reaffirms the principle of Islamic solidarity with the people of Palestine, the right of the PLO to continue the struggle in all its military and political forms using all other possible means in order to liberate Palestine and recover the national and inalienable rights of the Palestinian people;

23. Reaffirms the need on the part of all Muslim people and governments to celebrate Islamic Solidarity Day with the people of Palestine on 21 August every year and to recall on this occasion the criminal Zionist attempt to set fire to the blessed Aqsa Mosque, and the establish-ment of the OIC in 1969 as a natural and unified response to this act, and to emphasize Islamic solidarity towards its primal cause: the question of Palestine and that of Al-Quds Al-Sharif and its stand against the Zionist enemy and its supporters and protectors;

24. Calls anew upon all Member States to extend immediate and effective aid to the Palestine Liberation Organization so that it may reconstruct the Palestinian refugee camps and houses destroyed in Lebanon in the war, and compensate the inhabitants of these camps for their vast human and material losses;

25. (a) Hails friendly Third World countries which cherish peace, justice and equality, particularly Non-Aligned Countries and OAU Member States, for their principles and firm support for the question of Palestine and the Middle East; and their consistent backing of the just struggle waged by the Palestinian people under the leadership of the PLO against the Zionist enemy and its supporters;

(b) Also hails the firm stand of these friendly countries in the face of the Zionist enemy's attempts to infiltrate them in order to achieve its designs aimed at restoring relations with them and putting an end to its diplomatic isolation from them and recalls the resolution by the League of Arab States that the African racist issues are to be treated as Arab causes like the Palestine cause;

(c) Reiterates its stand that the resumption of diplomatic relations with Israel, the twin regime of racist South Africa, serves to encourage the racist Israeli-Pretorian policy in Africa and the Arab Countries, and constitutes an infringement on the rights of the peoples of South Africa, Namibia and Palestine. The policy of neither of the two regimes can not be distinguished from that of the other; indeed, the enemy is the same insofar as both parties share identical objectives, use the same tactics and pose similar dangers;

26. Strongly condemns the air raid carried out by Israel on Tunis, and the PLO Headquarters there, on 1st October, 1985, which resulted in heavy losses of life and property. It considers that this act of aggression is a link in a chain and another episode in the series of Zionist terrorism and aggression supported by the U.S.A. against the political presence of the Palestinian people, the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the peace loving fraternal State of Tunisia, and the Arab and Islamic Ummah;

27. Commends the countries that have denounced that aggression and stood by the fraternal State of Tunisia and the PLO in their valiant resistance to it and in claiming compensation for the losses sustained, in implementation of the Security Council resolution in that respect;

28. Calls upon the world states at large to take joint action for the imposition of preventive sanctions as provided for in the Seventh Chapter of the UN Charter, against the Zionist enemy and its supporters and to enforce a strict, comprehensive boycott, as well as political isolation, against the Zionist entity;

29. Strongly condemns the continued Israeli threats supported by the United States of America to attack PLO offices, centers and headquarters anywhere in the world. These threats constitute flagrant violations of the U.N. Charter and resolutions, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the Palestinian people's right to existence, independence, and their right to exercise national sovereignty on their soil under the leadership of the PLO, their sole and legitimate representative. The Conference strongly condemns such threats, regards them as directed against the entire Arab and Islamic Ummah, and invites peace and justice-loving countries of the world to reject such aggressive threats, and calls for continued support for the steadfast struggle of the Palestinian people under the leadership of the PLO, their sole and legitimate representative;

30. Requests the General Secretariat to follow-up the implementation of this resolution and to submit a report on the progress achieved to both Al-Quds Committee and the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.


RESOLUTION NO.2/16-F

THE CITY OF AL-QUDS AL-SHARIF


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, held in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani, 1406H (6-10 January, 1986),

Proceeding from the principles and the objectives of the OIC Charter,

Confirming Resolution 1/3-P(IS) of the Third Islamic Summit held in Makkah Al-Mukarramah and Taif,

Commending the continuous efforts of the Member States at the United Nations and all other international organizations in support of the Palestine issue and Al-Quds Al-Sharif,

Reaffirming the principle of Islamic solidarity with the people of Palestine and the firm commitment of Member States to implement all resolutions concerning the City of Al-Quds Al-Sharif,

Expressing its deep concern over the deteriorating situation in the city of Al-Quds Al-Sharif, the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and all the Islamic and Christian holy places there under the Zionist Israeli occupation as a result of the acts of annexation, judaization and sacrilege committed in the City, the grave perils and damage to which its Palestinian inhabitants have been subjected, the persistent Zionist threats to the City and its future as an Arab-Islamic City - where all the revealed religions had, during the Muslim rule, enjoyed full freedom for fourteen centuries - and the grave danger to world peace and security posed by the perpetuation of this situation,

Considering that the protection of Al-Quds Al-Sharif is an integral part of the struggle against racist zionism and that consequently this city can never be a subject for bargaining or concession,

Determined to combat the escalating organized-official Zionist terrorism in Palestine, particularly in the City of Al-Quds Al-Sharif, which has reached a most serious stage and is aimed at the expulsion of Palestinian Arabs from their homeland and the destruction of the blessed Aqsa Mosque and the erection on its ruins of the so-called Third Temple, as well as the continuous attempts to achieve such aims, in addition to encircling the City of Al-Quds by a cordon of buildings and settlements and bringing in new Jewish immigrant settlers,

Reaffirming that the City of Al-Quds Al-Sharif is an integral part of the usurped Palestinian homeland and the capital of the Independent Palestinian State 'under the leader-ship of the PLO, the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people, and that its return to Palestinian sovereignty is the only guarantee for the preservation of its sanctity and its Islamic character, and for guaranteeing the freedom of religious practice in it,

Expressing its strong denunciation of the continued racist Zionist acts of aggression and attempt at the judaization and obliteration against the blessed Aqsa Mosque, Al-Haram Al Ibrahimi Al Sharif, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and other Islamic and Christian holy places and archaeological sites in Palestine, which are pursuance for the Ummah Muslim Arab civilization and history,

1. Calls upon the Member States to take immediate measures to implement all resolutions concerning the City of Al-Quds Al-Sharif, especially Resolution 2/15-F of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers and to put them into effect during the year 1986;

2. Reiterates its strong conviction that the Islamic Arab character of the City of Al-Quds Al-Sharif be preserved, and its commitment to work for its liberation and its return to Arab Palestinian Sovereignty as the capital of the independent Palestinian State on its national soil under the leadership of the PLO, the sole and legitimate representative of the Palestinian people;

3. Calls upon the Member States to mobilize all their resources against the decisions and measures taken by the Zionist enemy, to annex the city of Al-Quds Al-Sharif and to declare it the permanent capital of the Zionist entity, including political, economic and cultural boycott and the prevention of any form of direct or indirect cooperation at any level;

4. Appeals to all countries of the world to refrain from establishing, with the Zionist authorities, any form of communication which could be construed by the Zionist entity as implying a tacit recognition of the fait accompli imposed by its declaration that Al-Quds Al-Sharif is the unified permanent capital of the Zionist entity;

5. Calls upon the Member States to take action individually and collectively, to implement all international resolutions on the issue of Al-Quds Al-Sharif, to reject all the measures and criminal practices of the Zionist enemy; and to strongly condemn all these measures and consider them as null and void, illegal and unacceptable as fait accompli, and to demand that such measures be continuously resisted until they are, together with their effects and consequences, completely eliminated;

6. Urges the Member States to maintained contacts with the Holy See and other Christian religious circles so as to urge a unified Islamic-Christian stand to preserve the Arab historical and Sacred religious character of Al-Quds Al-Sharif, and to urge them to take a clear and unequivocal stand against the aggressive Zionist measures and practices in the city of Al-Quds Al-Sharif;

7. Calls upon the Member States to implement the Information Plan and to hold seminars to promote public awareness of the Palestine issue and Al-Quds Al-Sharif throughout world capitals and at grass root levels especially in the United States and Western Europe;

8. Also calls upon the Member States to declare the twinning of their capitals with Al-Quds Al-Sharif, the capital of Palestine, as a symbol of Islamic solidarity with the people of Palestine, especially the inhabitants of Al-Quds Al-Sharif, and as a tribute to their steadfastness and heroic resistance against the Zionist occupation;

9. Requests the General Secretariat to follow-up the implementation of this resolution and to submit a report thereon to both the Al-Quds Committee and the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.


RESOLUTION NO.3/16-P

AL-QUDS COMMITTEE


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers meeting in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani, 1406H (6-10 January, 1986),

Proceeding from the principles and objectives of the OIC Charter,

Paying tribute to the continuous efforts made by Al-Quds Committee, under the chairmanship of His Majesty King Hassan II of Morocco, in the follow-up and implementation of the Resolutions of the Organization of the Islamic Conference pertaining to the City of Al-Quds Al-Sharif and the Palestinian Question,

Reaffirming the principle of Islamic Solidarity with the People of Palestine, and the constant commitment of the Islamic States to implement all resolutions adopted by Al-Quds Committee,

1. Decides again that the Member States-take immediate measures necessary for the implementation in 1986, of these resolutions, especially Resolution 3/15-P of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers;

2. Requests the General Secretariat to follow-up the implementation of this Resolution and to submit a report on this issue to both Al-Quds Committee and the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.


RESOLUTION NO.4/16-P

AL-QUDS FUND AND ITS WAQF


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, meeting in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani, 1406H (6-10 January 1986),

Proceeding from the principles and objectives of the OIC Charter,

Commending the Member States which regularly settle their annual contribution to the Al-Quds Fund and its Waqf, especially the Kingdom of Saudi-Arabia, in order to consolidate the efforts and struggle of the Palestinian people,

Reaffirming the principle of strengthening Islamic solidarity with the Palestinian people and the firm commitment of the Islamic States to implement all the resolutions concerning the financing of Al-Quds Fund and the setting up of its Waqf,

1. Calls upon the Member States to adopt immediate measures to implement these resolutions, particularly Resolution No.4/15-P, and to put them into effect during 1986;

2. Calls upon the Member States to contribute generously to cover the capital of Al-Quds Fund and its Waqf, to provide them with fixed annual contributions, to transfer the contributions pledged in the previous years in order to provide and pay out the assigned assistance to set up the Waqf with the sums available in the Fund, to consider it part of the capital allocated to the Waqf and to begin operating and investing it, in conformity with the statute of the Waqf, as soon as possible;

3. Requests the General Secretariat to follow-up the implementation of this Resolution and to submit a report in this regard to Al-Quds Committee and the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers;


RESOLUTION NO,5/16-P

ISLAMIC OFFICE FOR THE BOYCOTT OF ISRAEL


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, meeting in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani 1406H (6-10 January 1986),

Proceeding from the principles and objectives of the OIC Charter,

Lauding the Islamic States which have recently established Office for the Boycott of Israel, or participated in the First Constituent Meeting of Liaison Officers, thus strengthening the efforts exerted by the Arab States to ensure the complete boycott of the Israeli enemy, its supporters and protectors,

Expressing its appreciation for the outstanding efforts exerted by the Arab Boycott Bureau, and its active participation in ensuring the success of the work of the Islamic Office for the Boycott of Israel,

Reaffirming the principle of consolidating Islamic solidarity with the Palestinian people, and the unflagging commitment of the Islamic States to implement all resolutions concerning the Islamic Office for the Boycott of Israel,

1. Urges the Member States to take immediate measures to implement these resolutions, particularly Resolution No.5/15-P of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, during the year 1986;

2. Endorses the conclusions of the First Constituent Meeting of Liaison Officers, and the meeting of the Committee of Experts and the holding of such meetings at regular intervals;

3. Considers the representatives of Arab States to the Arab Boycott Bureau as Liaison Officers ex-officio of their States in the Islamic Office for the Boycott of Israel;

4. Calls upon other Member States to nominate their Permanent Representatives and to inform the General Secretariat accordingly in order to ensure their active participation in future meetings;

5. Requests the General Secretariat to follow-up the implementation of this resolution and to submit a report thereon to Al-Quds Committee and the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.


RESOLUTION NO.6/16-P

ISLAMIC BUREAU FOR MILITARY COORDINATION WITH
PALESTINE (PLO)


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, held in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani, 1406H (6-10 January 1986),

Proceeding from the principles and objectives of the Charter of the Islamic Conference,

Commending the Islamic States which support, consolidate and protect the Palestinian military struggle or which have participated in the first constituent meeting of the Military Muslim Officers,

Reaffirming the principle of consolidating Islamic solidarity with the Palestinian people and the firm commitment of the Member States to implement all the resolutions adopted pertaining to military coordination with the Palestine/Palestine Liberation Organization,

1. Calls upon the Member States to take immediate measures to implement those resolutions, particularly Resolution No.6/15-P of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers during the current year 1986;

2. Calls for convening a meeting of the Military Muslim Officers, representing all Member States, to examine the best ways and means of laying the foundations of and to draw up adequate programmes for, military coordination with the PLO to ensure optimum use of the potentialities of the Member States and meet the PLO needs in terms of human resources and military requirements, both in quantity and quality;

3. Calls upon the General Secretariat to make all the necessary arrangements to prepare for and convene a meeting of the Military Muslim Officers at its headquarters in Jeddah within the next three months;

4. Requests the General Secretariat to follow-up the implementation of this resolution in coordination with Palestine/Palestine Liberation Organization and to submit a comprehensive report on the progress achieved thereon to Al-Quds Committee and the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.


RESOLUTION NO: 7/16-P

THE PALESTINE STAMP


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, meeting in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani 1406H (6-10 January 1986),

Proceeding from the principles and objectives of the OIC Charter,

Commending the Islamic States-that issue the Palestine Stamp, pending resolution of the Palestine Question, and transfer one quarter of the proceeds to the PLO/Palestine Welfare Society,

Reaffirming the principle of consolidating Islamic Solidarity with the people of Palestine and the unflagging commitment of Islamic States to implement all the resolutions regarding the Palestine Stamp,

1. Invites Member States to take immediate action to implement these resolutions, particularly resolution N0.7/15-P of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers during the current year 1986;

2. Urges the Member States that have not yet issued the Palestine Stamp to do so in conformity with the prescribed technical and financial specifications;

3. Requests the Member States that have issued the Palestine Stamp and have not transferred one fourth of the proceeds, to effect the transfer;

4. Requests the General Secretariat to follow-up the implementation of this resolution and to submit a report thereon to the Al-Quds Committee and the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.


RESOLUTION NO.8/16-P

COUNTERING THE ZIONIST COLONIAL SETTLEMENTS
IN AND AROUND AL-QUDS AL-SHARIF AND IN THE
OTHER PARTS OF THE OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN
TERRITORIES


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, held in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani 1406H (6-10 January 1986),

In implementation of Resolution 2/14-P adopted by the Fourteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers,

Responding to the recommendations adopted by Al-Quds Committee at its Seventh Session, held in Marrakech, on 23 January, 1983, under the chairmanship of His Majesty King Hassan II; which provide for "the elaboration of an urgent plan to counter-the dangers represented by the persistence of Israeli settlement in and around Al-Quds Al-Sharif as well as in the other occupied Palestinian territories",

Pursuant to the decision of the Secretary General of the Organization of the Islamic Conference. to set up a committee called: "The Islamic Expert Committee for the study of the means of countering the dangers of the Zionist Colonial settlement in Palestine",

Pursuant to the Explanatory Note and its annexes submitted by the General Secretariat concerning the meetings of this Committee and its conclusions and recommendations,

In implementation of the resolutions adopted by the previous Islamic Conferences, which consider the question of Palestine and Al-Quds Al-Sharif, as the first and premost cause of the Muslims, and call for support for the Palestinian people's steadfastness and struggle against the Zionist enemy and the liquidation schemes in their own land, particularly in Al-Quds Al-Sharif,

1. Approves the plan proposed by the "Islamic Expert Committee for the study of the means of countering the dangers of the Zionist colonial settlement in Palestine", at its third meeting, held from 26 to 27 Safar, 1406H (9-10 November, 1985);

2.(A) Calls upon the Member States to contribute to Al-Quds Fund as well as its Waqf, providing an amount of one hundred million U.S. dollars each for the budgets of the Fund as well as the its Waqf, in pursuance of the provisions of the previous resolutions of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers;

(B) Decides that the contributions of the Member States to the budgets of the Al-Quds Fund and its Waqf be made annually, regularly and obligatorily;

(C) Requests the General Secretariat to take the necessary measures for the consolidation of the Fund and its Waqf through the collection of donations from institutions and individuals;

3. Emphasizes the need for intensifying Islamic action at the international level in order to stem the flow of Jewish emigration in implementation of the international resolutions declaring the settlements established by the Zionist entity as null and void and illegal;

4. Calls for the intensification of Islamic information activity in order to ensure the widest possible projection of the cause of Palestine and Al-Quds Al-Sharif and to expose the Zionist colonial settlement policy and its dangers for peace and security in the Middle East;

5. Requests the General Secretariat to follow-up the implementation of this resolution and to submit a report thereon to Al-Quds Committee and the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.


RESOLUTION NO.9/16-P

ISLAMIC COMMITTEE FOR OBSERVATION OF
THE MOVEMENTS OF THE ZIONIST ENEMY


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, held it Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani 1406H (6-10 January 1986),

Proceeding from the genuine Islamic position that the Palestinian cause is the prime cause of the Muslims,

Reiterating the international stances that have been adopted by the Organization of African Unity, League of Arab States, the Non-Aligned States Movement, the Security Council, U.N. General Assembly as well as all other international institutions and bodies which support this cause and strongly condemn the movements of the Zionist enemy,

Taking note of the Zionist enemy's continued pursuit of its expansionist plans at all levels and in the various fields in an attempt to break away from the international isolation imposed upon it,

In pursuance of the recommendations of the First Meeting of "the Islamic Committee for Observation of the Movements of the Zionist Enemy" which was held in implementation of the Resolution No.8/15-P of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers,

1. Decides to assign the secretariat work of the Islamic Committee for Observation of the Zionist Enemy to “the Department of Al-Quds and Palestine" of the General Secretariat;

2. Requests Member States to provide the requisite material assistance and staff to the General Secretariat so as to enable the Committee to discharge its functions;

3. Requests the Secretary General to submit an annual report to the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers with regard to the progress achieved in this connection.


RESOLUTION No.10/16-P

THE OCCUPIED SYRIAN GOLAN HEIGHTS, ISRAEL'S
DECISION TO ANNEX THEM AND THE TERRORISTIC
MEASURES TO WHICH ARAB SYRIAN CITIZENS ARE
SUBJECTED


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, meeting in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani 1406H (6-10 January 1986),

Having considered the item entitled "The Occupied Syrian Golan Heights, Israel's Decision to Annex them and the Terroristic Measures to which Arab Citizens are Subjected",

Referring to Resolution No.7/4-P(IS) of the Fourth Islamic Summit Conference, Resolution No.1/14-P of the Fourteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers and Resolution No.11/15-P of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers,

Also referring to Security Council Resolution No.497 (1981) of 17/12/1981, the UN General Assembly Resolutions No.36/226-B of 17/12/1981, No.E.S. 9/1 of 5/12/1982, No.37/123-B of 16/12/1982, No.38/180-A of 19/12/1983, No.38/79-B of 15/12/1983, No.39/146-B of 14/12/1984 and 168/40 of 16/12/1986,

Recalling Security Council Resolution No. 465 of 1/3/1980 which affirms inter alia, that the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949 relating to the protection of civilians in times of war is applicable to the Arab territories occupied by Israel since 1967 including Al-Quds,

1. Reaffirms that Israel's decision of 14 December, 1981, to annex the Syrian Golan Heights and to apply Israel's laws, jurisdiction and administration on them is illegal, null and void and with no legal effect whatsoever and constitutes a flagrant violation of relevant UN Resolutions and the norms of International Law, especially the inadmissibility of the acquisition of territories by force;

2. Reaffirms its condemnation of the United States of America for its continued and unlimited support to the Zionist enemy and for its defending of Zionist policies in pursuance of the Strategic Alliance concluded between the USA and Israel and encouraging Israel to pursue its policy of annexation of the Golan, Al-Quds Al-Sharif, and South Lebanon thus imposing a de facto situation in the occupied Palestinian and Arab territories with the ultimate goal of annexing them;

3. Strongly denounces anew the continued Israeli measures aiming at changing the physical characteristics of the Syrian Golan, its demographic composition, its institutional structure, and its legal status, as well as imposing Israeli citizenship and identity cards on its Syrian citizens;

4. Strongly denounces as well any dealings with Israel and the establishment of political, economic or military relations which could be construed as an encouragement to or support for Israel's continued annexation of the Golan Heights and other Occupied Arab Territories;

5. Calls upon all Member States to adopt, at national and international levels, all the necessary measures against Israel so as to compel it to rescind its decision to annex the Syrian Golan Heights as well as all related measures;

6. Requests the Secretary General to pursue his good offices with the States parties to the Geneva Convention of 1949, on the protection of civilians in times of war to ensure that it is applied to the Occupied Syrian Golan Heights;

7. Requests the Secretary General to submit a progress report to the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers on:


RESOLUTION NO. 11/16-P

STRATEGIC ALLIANCE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA AND ISRAEL


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers meeting in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani 1406H (6-10 January 1986).

Having discussed the item entitled the strategic alliance between the United States of America and Israel,

Referring to Resolution 6/4-P(IS) of the Fourth Islamic Summit Conference,

Reaffirming Resolution 1/14-P of the Fourteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers and Resolution 10/15-P of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers,

Referring to Resolution No.108H of 19/12/1983 adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, which inter alia, urges Member States, particularly the United States of America, to desist from taking any measures that would enhance Israel's military capabilities and aggressive acts whether in the occupied Palestinian and Arab territories or against other countries in the area;

Referring also to the United Nations General Assembly Resolution No. 39/146A of 14/12/1984 and Resolution No. 40-168A of 16/12/1985,

1. Strongly condemns the strategic alliance between the United States of America and Israel and all agreements and all forms of mutual cooperation between them;

2. Considers the alliance and subsequent agreements particularly with regard to the establishment of a free trade zone between the United States of America and Israel as being aimed at enhancing the military and economic capabilities of Israel thus enabling it to continue its aggressive and expansionist practices in the area and consolidate its settlement policy in Palestine and other occupied territories;

3. Also considers the alliance a confirmation of the United Stated hostile approach to the Arab and Islamic Ummah;

4. Urges Member States to take all effective steps and measures to counter the dangers arising from this aggressive alliance and to strengthen the Arab struggle against it;

5. Requests the Secretary General to submit a report to the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers on the implementation of this Resolution and the measures taken by Islamic States in compliance thereof.


RESOLUTION NO. 12/16-P

ISRAELI AGGRESSION AGAINST SOUTH LEBANON


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, meeting in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani (6-10 January, 1986).

Proceeding from the principles and objectives of the Charter of the Organization of Islamic Conference,

Referring to Resolution 1/15/PIL, of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers as well as other resolutions of the Organization of Islamic Conferences, which emphasize the independence of Lebanon, its sovereignty, territorial and people's integrity, and the need for the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of the Israeli forces from the entire Lebanese territory, so as to ensure Lebanon's total and absolute sovereignty over its entire territory,

Drawing the attention of the international community to the continued acts of aggression and crimes committed by the Zionist enemy against the Lebanese cities and towns and the Palestinian refugee camps in South Lebanon, aimed at vacating them of their original inhabitants, who are thus forced to migrate, and Israel's constant violations of Lebanese airspace,

Paying tribute to the Lebanese national resistance forces in South Lebanon for their stand against the Israeli occupation, Israel's agents, and its repressive practices which are in contravention of all United Nations principles, and the provisions of the Declaration of Human Rights and the Geneva Convention of 1949 and the Hague Convention of 1907,

1. Strongly condemns Israel for its continued occupation of some parts of Southern Lebanon, within what it calls "the Security Belt", but is actually an implementation of its expansionist policy;

2. Strongly condemns Israel for its continued terroristic practices, for the harassment of, and criminal acts against civilians and Palestinian refugees, which often force them to migrate;

3. Reiterates its demand for the implementation of UN Security Council Resolutions 425 and 426 of 1978 and 508 and 509 of 1982 calling for the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of Israeli forces from all the Lebanese territories and that the deployment of the Lebanese army and UNIFIL be extended to the internationally recognized boundaries;

4. Supports the Lebanese Government's complaint to the UN Security Council against the recent Israeli assaults, and calls upon delegations of the Islamic States at the United Nations to back the Lebanese request;

5. Renews its support for the Lebanese Government in its efforts to extend its sovereignty over all Lebanese territories;

6. Takes note of the Damascus Accord and supports all efforts to consolidate peace and security and to achieve national concord conducive to the unity of the Lebanese people, territory and institutions, and enabling Lebanon to resume its authentic civilizational role in all fields, and to protect Palestinian refugee camps;

7. Renews its support for the national Lebanese resistance in its heroic struggle to liberate the Lebanese territories from the Israeli occupation;

8. Calls upon all states and the specialized UN Agencies to contribute towards the reconstruction of Lebanon, by offering every assistance possible;

9. Requests the Secretary General to submit a report to the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers on the results of his efforts to implement this Resolution.


RESOLUTION NO. 13/16-P

ISRAELI NUCLEAR ARMAMENT


The Sixteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, held in Fez, Kingdom of Morocco, from 25 to 29 Rabiul Thani 1406H (6-10 January, 1986).

Recalling the resolutions of the previous sessions of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers, in particular Resolution 18/15-PIL of the Fifteenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers,

Referring to the Resolution of the U.N. General Assembly on the Israeli Nuclear Armament,

Referring to the findings of the U.N. Committee of Experts on Israeli Nuclear Armament included in Document 37/431(1982) and to the conclusion of the study conducted by the U.N. for Disarmament Research published in Document 40/520/1985,

Referring also to Resolution 39/72-A of the U.N. General Assembly on the relationship between Israel and South Africa, particularly in the nuclear sphere,

Referring also to the U.N. General Assembly Resolution 39/54/1984 calling upon inter alia all States of the Middle East to agree to subject all their nuclear activities to the safeguards laid down by the International Atomic Energy Agency pending the establishment of a nuclear-free zone in the Middle East, and to proclaim in the meantime their support for the establishment of such a zone and to deposit their declaration at the Security Council,

Referring in particular to Resolution 487(1981) adopted unanimously by the Security Council calling on Israel to submit its nuclear installations to the safeguards of the International Atomic Energy Agency,

Noting with great concern Israel's persistent refusal to commit itself to non-production or non-acquisition of nuclear weapons, or to subject its nuclear installations to the safeguards of the International Atomic Energy Agency in spite of repeated calls on her to do so by the U.N. General Assembly, the Security Council, and the International Atomic Energy Agency,

Deeply concerned at the persistence of the racist Zionist entity in its feverish policy of nuclear armament, and in carrying out secret and illegal activities for the acquisition of fissionable material and nuclear detonation devices, as revealed in the reports published in 1985 by the International Atomic Energy Agency, and according to U.S. sources of information.

Voicing growing concern that the Israeli nuclear installations which are not subject to inspection enable it to produce fissionable material for the manufacture of nuclear weapons,

Reiterating that the possession of nuclear weapons by the racist Zionist: entity threatens the security of the Middle East Region and Africa and increases the danger of proliferation of nuclear weapons,

1. Condemns once again the Zionist enemy's continued refusal to implement Resolution 487(1980), of the U.N. General Assembly and International Atomic Energy Agency, calling on it to subject its nuclear installations to the system of safeguards.

2. Strongly condemns once again, the collusion between Israel and South Africa in the sphere of nuclear armament which posses a threat to the safety and security of Africa and the Middle East in particular, and to international peace and security in general, thereby obstructing the efforts aimed at establishing Nuclear Free Zones in these two regions.

3. Reaffirms the determination of Member States to continue their cooperation at the United Nations, the International Atomic Energy Agency and other relevant international fora to compel Israel to abide by the international resolutions, particularly to subject its nuclear installations to international inspection.

4. Strongly condemns the attempts made by certain States to prevent the U.N. General Assembly from continuing its discussion of the Israeli nuclear armament until Israel abides by the international resolutions and subjects its nuclear installations to the international system of safeguards.

5. Requests all States which have special arrangements with the Zionist enemy in the field of nuclear energy to lay down as a precondition that the Zionist enemy accept, inter alia, nuclear non-proliferation measures before the delivery to it of atomic reactors.

6. Decides to include the item of the Israeli Nuclear Armament in the agenda of the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.

7. Requests the Secretary General to prepare a study on Israeli Nuclear Armament, with the assistance of a group of experts, the League of Arab States and the Organization of African Unity.

8. Requests the Secretary General to submit a report on the implementation of this resolution to the Seventeenth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers.

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