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#PalHunger | Ihsanoglu: We should internationalize the issue of Palestinian prisoners

#FreeSamer | Global action to save the life of Hunger striker Samer Issawi [ PIC 19/02/2013 – 12:48 PM ] JEDDAH, (PIC)– Secretary-general of the organization of Islamic cooperation Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu expressed his deep concern over the lives of Palestinian hunger strikers, and his support for their just demands. In a press release on Monday, […]

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Ihsanoglu calls for world pressures on Israel to release Palestinian captives | #PalHunger

[ PIC 30/04/2012 – 09:59 AM ] JEDDAH, (PIC)– Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu has urged the world community and human rights organizations to pressure Israel into accepting demands of the Palestinian prisoners. He called, in a statement on Sunday, for the release of the Palestinian administrative detainees who have […]

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Ihsanoglu condemns Israeli aggression on Gaza and calls on the world to assume its responsibilities

MEMO | March 12, 2012 Ihsanoglu condemns Israeli aggression on Gaza and calls on the world to assume its responsibilities Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, has condemned strongly the serious aggression carried out by Israeli forces on the Gaza Strip. The Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, has condemned strongly the serious […]

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Dutch group slams bid offer to Israeli

  PressTV –  Sun Jul 17, 2011 5:55AM A bus belonging to the Israeli public transport company Egged (file photo) A pro-Palestinian group in the Netherlands has protested a Dutch government decision to grant a bus service contract to an Israeli firm that backs Tel Aviv’s settlement expansions in the West Bank. The Dutch group, […]

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Ihsanoglu strongly condemns the building of more housing units in OJ

[ 07/07/2011 – 09:19 AM ] JEDDAH, (PIC)– Ekmeluddin Ihsanoglu, the secretary general of the Organization for the Islamic conference, has strongly condemned the Israeli occupation authority’s endorsement of building 900 new housing units in occupied Jerusalem and 400 in West Bank settlements. He said in a press release on Wednesday that the IOA escalation […]

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Ihsanoglu calls for protecting the Palestinians, Turkey denounces the aggression

[ 10/04/2011 – 03:18 PM ]   JEDDAH, (PIC)– The Secretary-General of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, has called for providing international protection for the Palestinian people in face of the Israeli aggressions. He said in a press release on Sunday that the world powers should intervene to halt the Israeli […]

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European network appeals to Moussa and Ihsanoglu to save prisoners

10/04/2011 – 03:14 PM OSLO, (PIC)– The European network to defend rights of Palestinian prisoners demanded the secretary-generals of the Arab League and the organization of the Islamic conference to make international pressures ending the suffering of Palestinian prisoners confined in solitary cells. This came in two letters sent by the Oslo-based network to Amr […]

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Ihsanoglu condemns settlements activity in OJ

[ 07/04/2011 – 09:54 AM ] JEDDAH, (PIC)– Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the secretary general of the organization of Islamic conference (OIC), has condemned the recent Israeli decision to build 942 new housing units in occupied Jerusalem. He charged that the continued Israeli settlement expansion in the holy city constituted an “open war on the Palestinians […]

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Ihsanoglu warns international officials of dangers threatening the Aqsa

[ 06/01/2011 – 10:34 AM ]   JEDDAH, (PIC)– Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the secretary general of the Organization of Islamic Conference, has sent messages to foreign ministers of permanent members of the UN Security Council warning them that serious threats were endangering the holy Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem. Ihsanoglu underlined that the OIC considers […]

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