Qatar promises to help end Israeli occupation of Palestine | Gaza News
The Qatari Emir has reiterated Palestinian support by calling on PA President Mahmoud Abbas after an 11-day conflict.
Qatar Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, by telephone with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, said Qatar would continue its efforts with other countries to end Israel’s Israeli offensive against Palestine and the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the state-run news agency QNA reports.
Egyptian merchant to stop the war between Israel and Hamas, which controls besieged Gaza, began Friday morning to end an 11-day strike.
Abbas briefed Emir on the firefight “and the efforts to rebuild Gaza, HH Emir’s gratitude for the work of the Qatari government and his efforts to help the Palestinian people gain international recognition,” QNA said on Saturday.
Meanwhile, emir highlighted the “importance of unity of Palestinian factions”.
The Qatari ruler also said that the Gulf would support “the Palestinian brothers and their cause” and vowed to continue their efforts with Arab and Muslim countries “to stop the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian people and the Al-Aqsa Mosque”. the agency said.
The capture of Israeli security forces at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the third most holy place in Islam, in the Islamic holy month of Ramadan became one of the great resources in fighting recent wars between Israel and Palestinian factions in Gaza.
An 11-day Israeli explosion in Gaza killed at least 248 people, including 66 children, and more than 1,900 people. At least 12 people in Israel have been killed in a Hamas rocket attack from Gaza.
Leaders around the world have welcomed the peace deal that took place on Thursday, with US President Joe Biden saying he believes there is “a real opportunity to move forward”.
Israeli office Benjamin Netanyahu has announced the end of the fire “without further ado”, with Hamas and the Islamic Jihad – another militant group in Gaza – confirming this shortly after.
Israel’s wars have been fought The Qatari Red Crescent Society (QRCS) office in Gaza was at war, killing two Palestinians and injuring 10 others.
The commission has criticized its office’s criticism of the need to “allow support groups to operate in accordance with international law”.
QRCS Secretary-General Ali bin Hassan al-Hammadi condemned the plot as a serious violation of the Geneva Convention, which Israel signed.
On May 15, an Israel’s air strike was stopped a house that housed various media offices, including Al Jazeera and The Associated Press, says without giving evidence that Hamas has ever been in the house.