“There is no other way but to resist Israel.” We kiss the hands of Hamas for its resistance against Israel”. he said that Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi Interfering in The joint summit between the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Arab League in Riyadh. ”No more words.” He added: “Today is the day of action,” noting that “the entire Islamic world must unite and through this unity we can solve the problem.” Raisi then said that he “hopes that at the end of this summit a solution will be reached in the interest of the Palestinian people.”
Raisi said that the blind bombing of Gaza must stop Then he blamed the United States “Supporting Israel in the United Nations and vetoing resolutions that prevent the killing of Palestinians.” In short, the United States, he said, “opened the way for Israel to kill and bomb more.”
”By deploying a naval force in the region, America has effectively launched a war against the people of GazaHe attacked Raisi, saying: The Zionists’ claim of self-defense is a historical joke. There is no doubt that the American regime is the leader and main partner in this crime, and Israel is the illegitimate daughter of America.”
The leaders of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the Arab League expressed their “strong condemnation of the ongoing Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip, war crimes and brutal massacres.” The final declaration issued at the conclusion of the extraordinary summit. The statement said: “We reject describing the retaliatory war on Gaza as self-defense or justifying it under any pretext, and we call on all countries to stop exporting weapons and ammunition to the occupation authorities.” The final declaration also condemns “the displacement of one and a half million Palestinians from the northern Gaza Strip.”
Abbas and Erdogan’s anger and Sisi’s warning
He said: “We demand an immediate cessation of military operations and the opening of humanitarian corridors” in the Gaza Strip Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) at the opening of the summit, stressing that “the brutal war to which the people of Gaza are exposed requires collective effort and action on our part to put an end to this unfortunate situation.”
He added: “We condemn this brutal war waged by the occupation against our people in Gaza, and we call for an end to the siege of Gaza.” He added that Israel bears “responsibility for the crimes committed against the Palestinian people.”
He said that Israel “crossed all red lines against the Palestinian people” and “our people are subjected to a war of extermination.” President of the Palestinian National Authority Mahmoud Abbas At the opening of the summit, he stressed that “the United States bears responsibility for its inability to find a solution” to the ongoing crisis.
Abbas continued that Israel “kills and destroys,” noting that the conflict is not limited to the Gaza Strip, but that “the West Bank and Jerusalem are also subjected to attacks every day.” He added that for this reason, “we will prosecute war criminals before international courts.”
“The issue is not Gaza, but Palestine.” He added: “We want to warn of the danger of genocide to which the Palestinian people are exposed.” Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Talk at the top. Al-Assad added, “Gaza is the embodiment and expression of the suffering of the Palestinian people.” Al-Assad said, “The recent aggression constitutes a new phase in a long context of Zionist crime since the 1970s,” adding that “the only result of the peace process is that the Zionist entity has become more aggressive and the Palestinian situation has become more aggressive.” “You become more miserable.”
The Arab League called for a comprehensive ceasefire in the Gaza Strip to prevent the conflict from spreading to the region Secretary-General of the Arab League, Ahmed Aboul Gheit In his speech. The Secretary-General of the Arab League said: “We will not allow the forced displacement of the residents of the Gaza Strip, the West Bank and East Jerusalem, as this is absolutely unacceptable.” He added, “Separating the Gaza Strip from the West Bank and East Jerusalem is not up for discussion.”
He added that the two-state solution is the only way to stop the killing and destruction King Abdullah of Jordan In his speech at the summit, he stressed that “the war waged by Israel against Gaza is horrific and must end,” while “a serious peace process must begin in the Middle East.” King Abdullah then said, “The injustice to which our Palestinian brothers were subjected is evidence of the failure of the international community to do justice to them and guarantee their rights to dignity, self-determination, and the establishment of their independent state.”
He warned that failure to stop the war in Gaza represents a threat to escalate the conflict in the region Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi. He said that the policies of collective punishment to which the residents of the Gaza Strip are subjected, including killing, siege, and displacement, are unacceptable and must stop immediately.
He added, “It is a shame that Western countries, which have always been spokesmen for human rights and freedoms, have remained silent about the massacre in Palestine.” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan In the very harsh intervention at the top. Erdogan added: “It is necessary to provide fuel to places that urgently need it, especially to hospitals in Gaza.” He added: “Words cannot describe what Israel is doing in the Gaza Strip to retaliate for the October 7 attack by killing civilians,” and continued: “We believe that a fund should be established within the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to rebuild Gaza.” “After the attacks on Israel.
He added that the International Atomic Energy Agency should investigate Israel’s possession of nuclear weapons. He added, “This is a sensitive issue that threatens security and stability in the region and cannot be removed from the agenda.” Referring to his statements, Erdogan stressed that “the issue of nuclear weapons, the existence of which was admitted by Israeli ministers, must be investigated. If there are nuclear bombs outside the control of the International Atomic Energy Agency, this must be revealed.” Israeli Heritage Minister Amihai Eliyahu said that dropping a nuclear bomb on Gaza “is an option.”
And again: “The Israeli government, which behaves like the West’s spoiled child, must compensate for the destruction it caused in Gaza,” calling for an international investigation into the Israeli bombing, which he described as “unprecedented barbarism.” He continues: “Jerusalem is our red line.” Our desire is for Jerusalem, the city of peace, and all the Palestinian territories to return to their past.”
Palestinians in Gaza have always relied on the solidarity of their Muslim brothers. Today they need you to transform this solidarity into stronger and more powerful action. he said that UNRWA Director Philippe Lazzarini In his speech. “I am here to ask for support for a ceasefire,” Lazzarini added. “I am sure that many of you are able to influence the action on the ground: and should spare no effort,” he said.
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