China shields leader of Pakistani jihadi terror group from being listed as “global terrorist” by UN Security Council

China is allied with Pakistan, which is a state sponsor of jihad terror. Pakistan has also often “depended on China to protect it from the listing of Pakistan-based terrorist groups and individuals in the UN 1267 sanctions committee.” A Veteran US Army Colonel warned in December that “Americans need to recognize that Pakistan is not a friend of the United States, but a staunch ally of China.” Meanwhile, China is violating the human rights of its Muslim Uighurs, claiming to be doing so in order to protect its country from Islamization.

And the UN aids and abets the global jihad with its blatant favoritism toward the Palestinian jihadist regime, as well as its close ties with the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. The UN also named Iran (of all countries) as part of its commission on women’s rights.

“UNSC may seek other possible action if China continues blocking Azhar listing as global terrorist: diplomat,” by Sriram Lakshman, The Hindu, March 14, 2019:

China on Tuesday placed a technical hold on the listing request for Azhar at the UNSC 1267 Sanctions Committee.

Outraged by China blocking for the fourth time a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) move to designate Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad’s (JeM) leader Masood Azhar a global terrorist, Council members have warned that they “may be forced to pursue other actions” if Beijing continued with this policy.

China on Tuesday placed a technical hold on the listing request for Azhar at the UNSC 1267 Sanctions Committee.

There is an “undeniable” case for listing Azhar as a global terrorist, according to a Security Council diplomat, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

“Pakistan has quite often depended on China to protect it from the listing of Pakistan-based terrorist groups and individuals in the UN 1267 sanctions committee. The case for designating Masood Azhar – the leader of a group the UN already calls an Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist organisation – is undeniable,” the diplomat said via an email statement.

Fourth time China has placed a hold on the listing

“This is the fourth time that China has placed a hold on this listing. China should not prevent the Committee from doing the job the Security Council has entrusted it to do. China’s move to hold the listing is inconsistent with its own stated goals of combatting terrorism and furthering regional stability in South Asia. If China is serious about these goals, it should not protect terrorists from Pakistan or any other country from being held accountable to the Council,” the statement said.

The diplomat also warned of other possible action at the UNSC should China continue to block Azhar’s designation.

“ If China continues to block this designation, responsible member states may be forced to pursue other actions at the Security Council. It shouldn’t have to come to that,” he said……

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