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African Union stops Israel

The African Union early February suspended an earlier decision to grant the Israeli apartheid regime an observer seat, as the issue threatened to create an unprecedented rift within the 55-member continental body.

Many Africans have including intellectuals openly rejected Israel’s admission to the African Union. A leading Pan Africanist, PLO Lumumba says the Israeli regime adds no value to this pan African organization. This week we are focusing on attempts by the Israeli regime to infiltrate the African Union thorough obtaining observer status.

Many countries in the continent do not want the Israeli regime to be an observer member of the African Union. There are concerns that the Israeli question is divisive and might divert the AU from it more pressing challenges.

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