Arabs couldn’t agree against Israel

Arabs couldn't agree against Israel

Arabs couldn’t agree against Israel.The Israeli military’s assault on the Palestinian territory of Gaza has been criticized by the heads of state of Arab and Muslim nations. At the same time, they demanded that the fighting in Gaza come to an immediate halt. On the other hand, they were unable to come to an agreement on adopting any severe actions, either economically or politically, against Israel. Recent Headlines from TRT World

On Saturday (November 11), leaders of the Arab League and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) met in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, for an emergency session to address the escalating confrontation between Hamas and Israel. The urgent meeting was held so that a course of action could be decided about the situation in Gaza.

During his participation in the conference, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi issued a demand on other Muslim nations to sanction Israel with an embargo on the sale of oil and other products. Israel does not have an option but to put up a fight. We congratulate Hamas for their resistance to Israel’s occupation.

On the other side, Mohammed bin Salman, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, has been quite critical of Israel. He said that the officials of the occupying power, which is Israel, are to blame for the atrocities that have been done against the Palestinian people.

The Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, made these remarks at the conference: “Genocide is being carried out on Palestinians.” He made a plea for them to get protection on a global level.

Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the president of Egypt, said that the collective punishment of the people of Gaza “under the pretext of self-defense or anything” is in no way acceptable. He said this in a statement.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkey, has said that there should be an international peace conference held in order to find a long-term solution to the conflict that exists between Israelis and Palestinians.The President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, said that the summit would be pointless if severe retaliatory actions were not implemented against Israel.

During the course of that summit, representatives from other nations, notably Algeria and Lebanon, expressed their willingness to threaten Israel and its allies by cutting off their supply of fuel oil. At the same time, they put up the idea of severing all diplomatic ties between the nations that make up the Arab League and Israel. On the other hand, the idea has been shot down by at least three nations, two of which being the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

Israel has confessed that it attacked over 15,000 different locations in Gaza between October 7 and Friday of this week. More than 11,000 Palestinians, the most of whom were women and children, were put to death. According to the Ministry of Health in Gaza, Israeli troops have dropped 32 thousand tons of explosives on Gaza since the beginning of the offensive on October 7. This number is based on the fact that the attack began on October 7. The housing market and the infrastructure market each saw a loss of almost $2 billion, according to calculations that are preliminary.

Arabs couldn’t agree against Israel

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