The text of the resolution below is as of Aug 15, 1985 (Passed Congress).
PUBLIC LAW 99-90—AUG. 15, 1985 99 STAT. 385 Public Law 99-90 99th Congress Joint Resolution C!ondemning the passage of Resolution 3379, in the United Nations General Assembly ^ ^ „ ^5 ^935 on November 10, 1975, and urging the United States Ambassador and United — '—--— States delegation to take all appropriate actions necessary to erase this shsimeful [SJ- Res. 98] resolution from the record of the United Nations. Whereas, on November 10, 1975, the thirtieth session of the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 3379 which sought to legitimize the lie, first perpetrated at the United Nations General Assembly by representatives of the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics in 1963, that Zionism is a form of racism; and Whereas Resolution 3379 of the thirtieth United Nations General Assembly directly contravenes the most basic principles and pur- poses of the United Nations Charter and undermines universal 59 Stat. 1031. human rights values and principles; and Whereas that infamous resolution threatens directly the integrity and legitimacy of a member state by singling out for slanderous attack the national movement which gave birth to the State of Israel; and Whereas the adoption of Resolution 3379 by the thirtieth United Nations General Assembly constituted one of that organization's darkest moments and may fuel the flames of antisemitism and anti-Zionism; and Whereas the United States Congress sharply condemned the pas- sage of Resolution 3379 ten years ago "in that said resolution encourages antisemitism by wrongly associating and equating Zionism with racism": Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That the Congress— Antisemitism. (1) soundly denounces and condemns any linkage between Zionism and racism; (2) considers UNGA Resolution 3379 to be a permanent smear upon the reputation of the United Nations and to be totally inconsistent with that organization's declared purposes and principles;
99 STAT. 386 PUBLIC LAW 99-90—AUG. 15, 1985 (3) unequivocally states that the premise of UNGA Resolution 3379 which equates Zionism with racism is itself clearly a form of bigotry; and (4) formally repudiates UNGA Resolution 3379, and calls upon the Parliaments of all countries which value freedom and democracy to do the same. Approved August 15, 1985. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—S.J. Res. 98: CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 131 (1985): July 9, considered and passed Senate. Aug. 1, considered and passed House.