Peace with Justice requires the implementation of UN Resolution 194

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United Nations Secretary general

 His excellency

António Guterres

New York, N.Y.

Your Excellency

The Palestinian refugees forced out of their homes 70 years ago, with nothing in the world strong enough to erase such a bitter and painful memory, in spite of the Zionist forces trying to change the identity and geographical features of their country

The way to a just and long lasting peace requires the implementation of UN Resolution 194 which makes it clear that the United Nations General Assembly sees the necessity of allowing refugees to return to their land as soon as possible, if they are to live in peace with their neighbors. The Resolution also called on responsible governments or authorities to pay compensation to those Palestinians who suffered property loss or damage, in accordance with international law. To date, the United Nations General Assembly has adopted no fewer than 49 separate Resolutions harking back to the items of UN resolution 194 and emphasizing the refugees' right to return. The UN General Assembly has also gone on the record as deploring the fact that the Palestinian refugees have not yet been able to exercise their right to return to their lands nor received compensation for loss or damage to their property. 

I wish to inform your Excellency before I conclude this letter, that I intend to forward another letter to you on a later date, in which I shall state our observations, the measures and procedures, contained in resolution 194 that Israel not abide by international law, UN charter, the facts already established and the measures contained in previous relevant resolutions of the Security Council.