Related Rule
Cuba
Practice Relating to Rule 51. Public and Private Property in Occupied Territory
In 2009, in a statement before the Fourth Committee of the UN General Assembly on the report of the special committee to investigate Israeli practices affecting the human rights of the Palestinian people and other Arabs of the occupied territories, the representative of Cuba stated:
Israel … continues its intensive colonization activities, such as the ongoing practice of confiscating large tracts of land, the construction and extension of Israeli settlements.
Israel continues its construction of the Separation Wall, in open defiance and contempt of the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice and in violation of UN General Assembly resolution ES-10/15 of 2004, which reaffirms the illegality of the construction of the separation Wall. 
Cuba, Statement by the representative of Cuba before the Fourth Committee of the UN General Assembly on Item 32: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Palestinian People and Other Arabs of the Occupied Territories, 10 November 2009, p. 2.
In 2010, in a statement before the UN General Assembly on the Palestinian question, the ambassador and permanent representative of Cuba stated:
The Occupying Power continues its intensive colonization activities, such as the ongoing practice of confiscating large tracts of land, the construction and extension of Israeli settlements and the construction of the Wall.
59% of the Wall has already been constructed and Israel continues its construction in open defiance and contempt of the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice and in violation of UN General Assembly resolution ES-10/15 of 20 July 2004, which reaffirms the illegality of the construction of the separation Wall in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
… These activities are aimed at modifying the demographic composition, character and nature of the Palestinian lands, annexing them de facto by means of confiscating large areas [of Palestinian territory].
Cuba condemns those policies and practices, which violate international law, including the Fourth Geneva Convention, United Nations resolutions and the advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice, and we insist that Israel immediately end all of these illegal practices. 
Cuba, Statement by the ambassador and permanent representative of Cuba before the UN General Assembly on Item 37: The Palestinian Question, 29 November 2010, p. 2.
In 2009, in a statement before the Fourth Committee of the UN General Assembly on the report of the special committee to investigate Israeli practices affecting the human rights of the Palestinian people and other Arabs of the occupied territories, the representative of Cuba stated:
Israel … continues its intensive colonization activities, such as the ongoing practice of confiscating large tracts of land, the construction and extension of Israeli settlements.
Israel continues its construction of the Separation Wall, in open defiance and contempt of the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice and in violation of UN General Assembly resolution ES-10/15 of 2004, which reaffirms the illegality of the construction of the separation Wall. 
Cuba, Statement by the representative of Cuba before the Fourth Committee of the UN General Assembly on Item 32: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Palestinian People and Other Arabs of the Occupied Territories, 10 November 2009, p. 2.
In 2010, in a statement before the UN General Assembly on the Palestinian question, the ambassador and permanent representative of Cuba stated:
The Occupying Power continues its intensive colonization activities, such as the ongoing practice of confiscating large tracts of land, the construction and extension of Israeli settlements and the construction of the Wall.
59% of the Wall has already been constructed and Israel continues its construction in open defiance and contempt of the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice and in violation of UN General Assembly resolution ES-10/15 of 20 July 2004, which reaffirms the illegality of the construction of the separation Wall in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
… These activities are aimed at modifying the demographic composition, character and nature of the Palestinian lands, annexing them de facto by means of confiscating large areas [of Palestinian territory].
Cuba condemns those policies and practices, which violate international law, including the Fourth Geneva Convention, United Nations resolutions and the advisory opinion of the International Court of Justice, and we insist that Israel immediately end all of these illegal practices. 
Cuba, Statement by the ambassador and permanent representative of Cuba before the UN General Assembly on Item 37: The Palestinian Question, 29 November 2010, p. 2.