A big proposal was made in the meeting of Islamic countries, demanding to declare the Israeli army a terrorist organization.
A big proposal was made in the meeting of Islamic countries, demanding to declare the Israeli army a terrorist organization.

The ongoing bloody war between Israel and Hamas is not stopping. Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday once again rejected the growing international demand for a ceasefire. On the other hand, Arab leaders have also started fearing that the conflict may spread to other countries. The meeting of Arab leaders and the President of Iran in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh on Saturday also drew widespread condemnation of Israeli actions in the war against Hamas in Gaza.

Israeli officials are responsible for the crimes committed against Palestinians: Saudi Arabia - While addressing the emergency meeting of the Arab League and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman did not say that Saudi Arabia is responsible for the crimes committed against the Palestinian people. Holds Israeli officials responsible for this. In the meeting, Salman talked about Israel's actions in Gaza and the occupied West Bank, saying, 'We are convinced that the only way to guarantee security, peace and stability in the region is to end the occupation, siege and settlements. Is.' At the meeting, other Arab leaders and Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said Islamic countries should declare the Israeli military a terrorist organization for its behavior in Gaza.

It is a matter of shame: At the same time, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in the summit that it is a matter of shame that Western countries, which always talk about human rights and freedom, are silent in front of the ongoing genocide in Palestine. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who participated in the program, said that America has the biggest influence on Israel and is responsible for the lack of political solution to the conflict.

Threat to disrupt oil supplies: Meanwhile, diplomats said some countries, including Algeria and Lebanon, have also issued warnings to disrupt oil supplies to Israel and its allies in response to the devastation in Gaza. Along with this, a proposal was also made to warn some countries of the Arab League to break economic and diplomatic relations with Israel. However, the UAE and Bahrain, the two countries that normalized relations with Israel in 2020, also rejected the proposal.

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