عنوان مقاله [English]
Some countries of West Asia and North Africa, sometimes, through concluding an agreement with the Zionist regime, have publicly tried to establish normal relations with this regime. The following lines examine the normalization of relations with the Zionist regime from the perspective of international law. The research method is descriptive-analytical and the sources have been collected by the library method. This article has argued through the analysis of international legal propositions that considering the fact that these countries are members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, any action they take to normalize relations with the Zionist regime is contrary to the mission of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and in addition to the responsibility of those countries, it includes the responsibility of the mentioned international organization. The following article has presented a proposal with a functionalist perspective, and that is that in a situation where the Organization of Islamic Cooperation has not been able to achieve its goals, including the rights of the Palestinians, the International Conference of Islamic Unity is a suitable platform for the development and realization of international rights. It has provided customary international law among Islamic countries.