Riyadh al-Maliki says the generalization represents support for “racism” without gaining Palestinian state power.
Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki has criticized the countries he has visited Makes the relationship normal Violence between Palestinian and Israeli forces escalated with Israel last year.
“Without achieving peace and without ending Israeli occupation of Arab and Palestinian lands, this colony represents the advancement of the colonial Israeli system and its support for the racist government and its participation in its crimes,” Maliki told an emergency meeting of OIC foreign ministers. Sunday.
“This colonial occupation must be dealt with, dismantled, abolished and banned. The recent accelerated normalization will not affect the mentality of the Arab world or change their assessment. ”
At least 17 Palestinians, including 55 children, have been killed in the Gaza Strip since violence erupted on Monday. Another 1,200 people were injured. Israeli forces have killed at least 13 Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Thousands of missiles fired from Gaza by Hamas and other Palestinian groups have killed 10 people in Israel, including two children, most of them stranded by Israel’s Iron Dome air defense system.
Violence has also spread between Israel’s Zionists and Israel’s Palestinians.
This puts the Arab states that have established Saudi relations with Israel – Sudan, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain – in a particularly embarrassing position.
The emergency meeting of the OIC was hosted by Saudi Arabia, which has not formally normalized relations with Israel but is known for maintaining confidential relations.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan has called on the international community to take “urgent steps” to halt Israeli military operations and revive peace talks aimed at finding a two-state solution.
“It is the responsibility of all of us to preserve Jerusalem,” he said.
The latest bloodshed, as Muslims celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan, leaves behind Israel’s new Arab partners, who have rejected critical rhetoric less than a year after signing the Generalization Agreement.
The so-called “Abraham Accords” carried decades of sensuality and were condemned. “Traitors” by Palestinian leaders Those who feared they would demand their claim for a homeland.
They suffered casualties at the request of then-US President Donald Trump, who hailed the “new dawn of the Middle East” as his son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner, and dismissed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as simply a “real estate dispute.”
UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation Rim Al Hashmi addressed the meeting, but did not face criticism, only calling for an end to the violence and not blaming Israel for the problems.