Brazil–Palestine relations refers to the current and historical bilateral relationship between Brazil and Palestine. Brazil officially recognized the Palestinian state on December 5, 2010. However, Brazil has not established full diplomatic ties with the Palestinians. In July 2014, Brazil has condemned the israeli offensive against Gaza, including calling back its ambassador.
Brazil has firmly stressed its support for a Palestinian state within the borders of 1967, having Jerusalem as its capital. The Brazilian Government has also advocated the end of the blockade of the Gaza Strip. On 5 December 2010, it formally recognized the State of Palestine in the 1967 borders, including all of the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem. The move initiated a chain reaction through the region. Given Brazil’s economic prominence, its South American neighbors likely saw low political risks in following Brasília’s lead. In her address to the General Assembly, President Dilma Rousseff reiterated her country's firm support: "We believe the time has come for us to have Palestine fully represented as a full member in this forum." Brazil voted in favor of Palestine's admission as a full member of UNESCO and has announced it will support Palestine's full membership application when it comes to a vote at the Security Council.