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Palestine's Foreign Minister: Jerusalem is a red line ... and the attack on Al-Aqsa is a message to the Arabs

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Riyad Al-Maliki, said that Jerusalem is a red line and we will not allow it to be crossed, as it is for its people and its associates and the capital of the future Palestinian state, stressing that the attack on the blessed Al Aqsa is not the first and it will not be the last.

Al-Maliki added, in his speech before the Council of the Arab League in its emergency session at the level of foreign ministers, which was held through the technique of "video conference" today, Tuesday, that Israel believed that its decision to annex East Jerusalem and consider it part of united Jerusalem as an eternal capital, will force the Palestinians to relinquish Jerusalem and their capital, and that its racist policy against Al-Quds people, its repressive measures and its fascist crimes, will force Al-Quds people to surrender and leave their city, their Jerusalem, and their sanctities.

He added that Israel believed that pumping money, seizing homes, expelling and displacing its residents, and creating outposts in the heart of Arab neighborhoods in East Jerusalem would do the trick and guarantee the city's Jewishness forever, and that Trump's free gift by recognizing Jerusalem as the eternal, united capital of the State of Israel will change something, and settle Jerusalem and its future. Permanently.

He added that it is clear that "the occupation state did not learn from its mistakes and did not draw lessons and lessons from its failed experiences. We see it yesterday as we saw it every time it returns to occupy Jerusalem again, when it discovers that it has not succeeded in occupying it, has not succeeded in Judaizing it, and has not succeeded in expelling the Jerusalemites." The honorable people stationed in it, and Trump's gift only served them new suffering with Jerusalemites who gave their lives to defend Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa, and when they discovered all of this, their reaction was a violent, violent, spiteful, racist and fascist hatred. They pour all this failure and all this anger on everyone who passes before them or avoids them and this is what They have done it over the past days and weeks. "

Al-Maliki said that the attack on the blessed Al-Aqsa is not the first and it will not be the last, and attacking him in this way during the holy month of Ramadan is a message to all Arabs and Muslims, that they are unable to protect it, and that the occupation state is proceeding with its Judaization just as it did with the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron. The result there will inevitably be the Temple Mount, an alternative to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, if we do not act now with high responsibility to stop these crimes.

In his speech, he touched upon the displacement and eviction operations of Sheikh Jarrah, which is considered a war crime, "but how many war crimes have been committed by Israel since its establishment and until now, and it has not been held accountable for it."

He said, "The occupation state’s decision to evacuate these people did not come by chance, but rather is consistent with a deliberate plan that is systematically implemented by all elements of the occupation system, from the settler to the policeman to the official to the politician to the military to the legislator to the judge. They all work to implement the same goal, which is the elimination of The Arab, Palestinian, Islamic, and Christian presence in the Holy City and its complete Judaization.