Qatar pledges to help stop Israeli attacks on Palestinians | Qatar Gaza News
The emirate of Qatar reiterated its continued support for the Palestinians during a call with the Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas after the 11-day conflict.
Qatar Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani said in a phone call with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas that Qatar will work with other countries to prevent Israel’s Attacks on the Al-Aqsa Mosque by Palestinians and the national news agency Reported.
Egyptian broker Ceasefire The dispute between Israel and Hamas for occupying the besieged Gaza Strip took effect Friday morning, ending the 11-day battle.
Abbas briefed the emir on “developments related to the ceasefire and efforts to rebuild the Gaza Strip”. He expressed his sincere gratitude and appreciation to His Excellency the emir for his role in the state of Qatar and his efforts to support the Palestinian people in winning the Palestinian nation. . Legal national rights,” QNA said on Saturday.
At the same time, Emir emphasized the “importance of the unity of the Palestinians.”
The ruler of Qatar reaffirmed the Gulf states’ continued support for the “fraternal Palestinian people and their just cause” and pledged to continue to cooperate with Arab and Muslim countries to “stop Israeli attacks on the Palestinian people and the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque” report.
During the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, the Israeli security forces’ raid on the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the third holiest site in Islam, was one of them. Main catalyst The latest round of fighting between Israel and Palestinian groups in Gaza.
The 11-day Israeli bombing of Gaza killed at least 248 people, including 66 children, and injured more than 1,900. At least 12 people in Israel were killed by Hamas rockets in Gaza.
World leaders welcomed the ceasefire agreement reached on Thursday, and U.S. President Joe Biden said he believed “there is indeed an opportunity for progress.”
Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu’s office declared a ceasefire “without preconditions.” Hamas and another armed group in Gaza, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, shortly confirmed the ceasefire.
Israeli air strikes During the fighting, the Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) office killed two Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and wounded 10 others.
The organization condemned the goals of its office, while claiming that it needs to “allow relief teams to work in accordance with international humanitarian law.”
QRCS Secretary-General Ali bin Hassan al-Hammadi criticized the attack as a flagrant violation of the Geneva Conventions against Israeli signatories.
May 15th, Israeli air strikes were dismantled A building containing various media offices (including Al Jazeera and The Associated Press) claimed to provide no evidence of Hamas’s presence in the building.