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Jordanian Parliament Speaker: Jerusalem and the Palestinian cause are a constant component of the Jordanian state


The Speaker of the Jordanian House of Representatives, Abdel Moneim Al-Awdat, said that Jerusalem in particular and the Palestinian cause in general was and still is a constant component of the Jordanian state and an element of Hashemite legitimacy, stressing that the House of Representatives represents this value as an integral part of Jordanian nationalism and the principles on which it was based. The Arab Renaissance Project.

This came during his speech at the opening of the conference “The Hashemites and Jerusalem: A History of Care and Protection,” which was organized by the Parliamentary Committee of Palestine, today, Thursday, according to the Jordan News Agency, reviewing the parliamentary movements on the Arab, Islamic and international arenas, which aimed to remind the legal duties of the international community and its UN organizations, to end This historical grievance and granting the Palestinian people their legitimate rights, including the establishment of their independent state on the Palestinian national soil, with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital.

He stressed the firmness of the Jordanian position rejecting the decision of former US President Donald Trump, recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and transferring the US embassy there, and defining Jordan's clear and strict position (no to settlement, no to the alternative homeland, and Jerusalem is a red line).

For his part, the head of the Palestine Parliamentary Committee, Muhammad Al-Zahrawi, explained that the committee has worked over the past months to expose all the crimes of the occupation in Sheikh Jarrah and Silwan and the rest of the Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem, in support of the steadfastness of the Palestinian people, stressing that we view it as a major issue for all Arabs and Muslims, and we must To always remain present in the conscience, at all times and places, adding that the Hashemite guardianship of Islamic and Christian holy sites is the only guarantee with the steadfastness of the Palestinian people, to preserve the Arab identity of the holy sites and protect them from all attempts to change the geographical and demographic reality of the Holy City.

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