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February 10, 2020

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Palestinians delay vote at U.N. Security Council against Trump's peace deal Article

Tunisian representative, Moncef Baati

"Tunisian diplomat Moncef Baati who represented his country at the UN Security Council was called back to Tunis after it was found he is working on a Palestinian Security Resolution draft blaming US President Donald Trump of breaching international law by his 'Deal of the Century,' Foreign Policy reported on Friday.
The Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed Baati was dismissed in a press release but claimed the reasons were his 'weak performance and lack of coordination with the ministry.'

The report followed news that Jerusalem is furious at Belgium for inviting Brad Parker, Senior Adviser for Policy and Advocacy for Defense for Children Palestine (DCI-P), an NGO with ties to the terrorist group the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) to brief the UN Security Council's members.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is expected at the UN during the upcoming week where he is said to attempt to have the Security Council condemn the 'Deal of the Century'..."

Tunisia fires envoy to UN for being too pro-Palestinian Article