Thirdly, hon Speaker, hon Meshoe mustn't come here and pretend to be neutral on the Palestinian question.
At the heart of the problem in that part of the Middle East is the right of the Palestinian people to national self-determination and independence. Until or unless that issue is addressed, there won't be peace in the Middle East. We do support a two-state solution based on the borders prior to 1967.
Rev Meshoe, if you are serious, you must condemn the following. Join us in condemning the building of apartheid walls on Palestinian land, ... [Applause.] ... built by the way by a funder of the DA. We must also condemn the consistent violation of UN resolutions on the Palestinian question, we must condemn the apartheid rezoning of Palestinian land, and we must condemn the aggressive expansion of Israeli settlements into Palestinian territory. Don't come here and pretend to be actually neutral on this question. Thank you, Speaker. [Time expired.] [Applause.]