1) The Knesset reiterates its position that the Nazi crimes are unique in human history in their horror, scope and cruelty. Therefore, it is intolerable that they be considered as an ordinary crime which can be pardoned and to which the rule of limitation applies.
2) The Knesset is of the opinion that because of the special nature of Nazi crimes they must be considered apart from and as absolutely different from any other crime.
3) The Knesset, as the representative of the State of the Jewish People which was the main target of Nazi crimes, calls upon the Federal Republic of Germany and its legislators to prevent the application of the Statute of Limitations to Nazi crimes, and to distinguish these crimes from others.
4) The Knesset calls upon the Federal Republic of Germany to continue to bring to trial every Nazi criminal.
5) The Knesset calls upon the Government of Israel to persist in its campaigning and activities for the punishment of Nazi criminals.
6) This resolution will be brought to the attention of the Parliaments of the world.