Hamad: Arab League delegation’s visit to West Bank is a “normalization step”

[ PIC 26/12/2012 – 09:51 PM ]

AMMAN, RAMALLAH, (PIC) — Dr. Jawad Al-Hamad, a strategic expert and director of the Center for Middle East Studies, described the Arab League delegation’s visit next Saturday to West Bank as a “normalization step.”

Hamad considered in a statement to “Quds Press” Agency that the visit of the Arab League delegation to the West Bank is in favor of Israel and “an unjustified normalization step”

He criticized the Jordanian role in this visit as well as the “unacceptable” participation of the Arab Spring countries in it.

“It is not permissible for Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Yemen and Qatar to take part in such visit, otherwise they will be contradicting the positions they have been expressing ​​towards the revolutions of the Arab peoples,” Dr. Hamad said.

For his part; Dr. Abdul Sattar Qassem professor of political science at the Palestinian An-Najah University, criticized the visit of the Arab League delegation, to the West Bank.

He described this visit as “an Arab normalization step with Israel”, and as “an attempt to exploit the financial need of the Palestinian people in order to pass a political agenda and to revive the submissive Arab peace initiative.”

Dr. Qassem also emphasized that the participation of the countries of the Arab Spring in the visit to the West Bank is not acceptable.

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