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The Canadian Parliament is set to cast their votes on a motion regarding the recognition of Palestinian statehood

Internal divisions andLiberal Party adds uncertainty (Via Finn Allen/Getty Images)

Canadian lawmakers are getting ready for an important vote on Monday about a motion supporting Palestinian statehood. This motion has caused a lot of disagreement, especially from Israel, and it could also lead to conflict within the ruling Liberal Party.

The motion, put forward by the New Democrats (NDP), wants Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government to take a stronger stand on dealing with the situation in Gaza. Trudeau has already stopped sending non-lethal military items to Israel and has criticized its military actions in Gaza. But this motion wants Canada to officially recognize Palestine as a state and stop trading military goods with Israel.

This motion has caused divisions among Liberal Party members. Some support it, while others don’t. The vote comes at a tricky time for Trudeau’s government because it could affect how Canada deals with other countries and cause disagreements within the party.

Crucial vote on Palestinian statehood motion sparks controversy (Via Bob Lashley/Getty Images)

Israel doesn’t like the motion and thinks it could make terrorist groups seem more acceptable and make things worse in the area. But NDP leaders say the motion follows international law and aims to bring peace and fairness to both Palestinians and Israelis.

The vote is happening later today, and NDP leaders are hopeful that Liberal lawmakers will support it. But it’s hard to predict what will happen, and the motion could have big effects on Canada’s foreign policy and relationships with other countries.

This vote shows how challenging it is for Canada to handle the conflict between Israel and Palestine and balance its international duties with its own political issues. As lawmakers get ready to vote, discussions about Palestinian statehood are getting more intense in Canada’s political circles.

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