Riyad al-Maliki says the unresolved stability of Palestinian citizenship stands in support of ‘apartheid’.
Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki has condemned the migration normalizes count and Israel last year, as violence escalated between Palestinians and Israeli soldiers.
“Stabilizing and running into a peaceful Israeli colonial system and ending Israel’s occupation of the Arab and Palestinian territories represents support for a violent government and participation in its crimes,” Maliki told an emergency meeting of foreign ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on Sunday.
“This colonial invasion must meet with the people, evict them, eliminate them, and restrain them. The recent stabilization will not affect the Arab ideology or change their ideology.”
Since the violence began on Monday, at least 188 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have been killed, including 55 children. More than 1,200 have been injured. In the occupied West Bank, Israeli forces have killed at least 13 Palestinians.
Israel has said 10 people have died, including two children, from the thousands of missiles thrown from Gaza by Hamas and other Palestinian groups, many of whom have been captured by Israeli air security.
There have been widespread violence in Israel between Israeli Jews and Palestinian citizens in Israel.
This has put the Arab countries that have changed their relations with Israel – Sudan, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain – in a very embarrassing situation, having forged a peace deal with Tel Aviv in the hope that a stable relationship would support the Palestinian cause.
The OIC emergency meeting was held by Saudi Arabia, which has not established any relations with Israel but is known to be secretly in a relationship.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan has called on people around the world to act “urgently” to end Israeli military action and restore peace talks aimed at finding a two-state solution.
“Keeping Jerusalem is the responsibility of all of us,” he said.
The recent bloodshed, as Muslims celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan, has put new Israeli Arab friends behind, prompting them to speak out less than a year after signing a memorandum of understanding.
The so-called “Abraham Accords” swept the multi-year contract, and was judged as such “Rebellion” Palestinian leaders who fear that they will reduce their demands for their country.
He was impressed by the encouragement of then-US President Donald Trump, who praised the “new Middle East dawn” when his son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner dismissed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a “land trade dispute”.
Reem Al Hashimy, the UAE’s security minister, spoke at the rally but did not respond to the case, calling for an end to the violence and not just blaming Israel for the crisis.