The Leaders, concern about the measures taken against peaceful demonstrators in the Western Countries



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Riyadh(ANN)-The Islamic Ministerial Committee called on the international community to impose effective sanctions on Israel, including halting arms export in response to its violation of international law, international humanitarian law, and its ongoing war crimes in Gaza and the occupied West Bank.

The meeting of the Ministerial Committee, assigned by the Joint Arab-Islamic Extraordinary Summit, was presided over by Saudi Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Riyadh on Sunday. The ministers also stressed the need to activate international legal tools to hold Israel accountable for these crimes and the need to stop settler terrorism and take clear and strict positions against it.

Accoding to Saudigazette, the meeting discussed the mechanisms to intensify joint Arab and Islamic action to reach an immediate cessation to end the war on the Gaza Strip and ensure the protection of civilians by international humanitarian law, in addition to continuing all efforts aimed at international recognition of an independent Palestinian state, to achieve the aspirations of the Palestinian people and sustainable and unhindered delivery of humanitarian aid to all parts of the Gaza Strip.

Also, the meeting discussed taking the necessary steps to implement the two-state solution and recognizing the State of Palestine on the borders of June 4, 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital. The ministers emphasized that the Gaza Strip is an integral part of the occupied Palestinian territory and renewed their categorical rejection of any attempts to displace the Palestinian people outside their land and any military operation in the Palestinian city of Rafah.

The Leadrs, they also expressed their concern about the measures taken against peaceful demonstrators in the Western countries demanding an end to the war in Gaza and the severe crimes and violations being perpetrated by Israel against the Palestinians.


The committee members who participated in the meeting included Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Jordan Ayman Al-Safadi, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt Sameh Shoukry, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Türkiye Hakan Fidan, Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Hissein Brahim Taha, Secretary General of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization and Palestinian Minister of Civil Affairs Hussein Al Sheikh, and Minister of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar Dr. Mohammed Al Khulaifi.

Meanwhile, the developments in Gaza dominated in the discussions held by Prince Faisal bin Farhan with his counterparts in Arab, Asian and European countries, on Sunday, on the sidelines of the special meeting of the World Economic Forum in Riyadh, accoding to Saudigazette


Prince Faisal bin Farhan during meeting discussed, Algerian Foreign Minister Ahmed Attaf, bilateral relations between the two countries, and ways to strengthen and develop them in a way that achieves common interests. Prince Faisal discussed with his Norwegian counterpart Espen Barth Eide the latest developments in the Gaza Strip and the efforts made to address them.

Also, the meeting with Malaysian counterpart Mohamed Hassan, the two sides reviewed ways to enhance bilateral relations and joint cooperation in various fields. The Saudi foreign minister also discussed with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka Ali Sabry bilateral relations and ways to strengthen and develop them, in addition to discussing the consolidation of bilateral coordination in many fields, and exchanging views on regional and international issues. accoding the report.



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Written by Arraale M. Jama, a freelance journalist and human rights activist.

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