Driven by the Soviet Union with Arab, Muslim, and significant African state support, this UN resolution overwhelmingly passes, 75-35 with 32 abstentions. It declares Zionism as “a form of racial discrimination.” Though the resolution is revoked in December 1991, after Egypt signs a peace treaty with Israel, the PLO recognizes Israel, and the Cold war ends, delegitimization of Israel at the UN and in other international forums continues. In the 2000s the “Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions” movement is directed at Israel and at her policies. (source)
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