Foreign ministry appeals for Arab intervention to protect Palestinian lands

[ PIC 04/06/2013 – 09:25 AM ]

images_News_2013_06_04_settlement-0_300_0[1]GAZA, (PIC)– The Palestinian ministry of foreign affairs demanded the Arab League to assume its ethical and legal responsibilities towards the Palestinian people and help them face the Israeli violations against their land and property.

This came in response to the Israeli decision on Monday to annex 370 dunums of Palestinian agricultural land in the villages of Awarta and Rujeib to the east of Nablus city.

The ministry said it is deeply concerned about Israel’s plan to annex more Palestinian lands in Nablus to expand Itamar settlement.

It considered that Israel’s annexation plans in the occupied Palestinian territories are part of a large settlement project aimed at ending the Palestinian presence in all parts of historical Palestine.

It urged the Palestinians in Nablus to uphold their rights and stand up to confront Israel’s settlement expansion on their lands, and called on the Palestinians in diaspora to stand by their compatriots at home and support their struggle to restore the usurped rights.

The foreign ministry also demanded the Arab and Islamic countries to use their influence in international conferences to force Israel into abiding by the international law and stop all its settlement activities in Palestine.

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