King Salman urges international action to halt Israel’s violations

Tuesday 02nd Jun 2015
King Salman at the cabinet meeting on Monday (Photo SPA)

King Salman at the cabinet meeting on Monday (Photo SPA)

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During Monday’s council meeting in Jeddah on Monday, the King and Cabinet strongly urged the international community to stop Israel’s violations of the Palestinian territories, and to put an end to it’s attempts to Judaize Jerusalem and divide the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

“Israel has moved some offices to occupied Jerusalem and has been arresting Palestinians in groups. Such developments and violations of Palestinian human rights prove its flagrant attempts to Judaize the holy city through accelerating the pace of settlements,” said the cabinet in its statement.

The Israeli regime has recently escalated its persecution of the Arabs in the illegally occupied territories, rounding up and arresting innocent groups of Palestinians. This is the latest chapter in Israel’s US-supported programme of ethnic cleansing which has now been under way for almost 70 years.

If you wish to help the victims with a donation please visit the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund.



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