The occupation authorities extend the arrest of the Governor of Jerusalem, Adnan Ghaith, for tomorrow

The occupation authorities extend the arrest of the Governor of Jerusalem, Adnan Ghaith, for tomorrow  Jerusalem WAFA - The Israeli occupation authorities extended, this evening, Saturday, the arrest of the governor of Jerusalem, member of the Revolutionary Council of the "Fatah" movement, Adnan Ghaith, until tomorrow, Sunday .  Our correspondent in Jerusalem reported that the occupation authorities extended the detention of Governor Ghaith until tomorrow, Sunday, after their intelligence summoned him for investigation .  The presidential advisor for Jerusalem affairs, Ahmed Al-Ruwaidi, said in an interview with “Wafa”: “At a time when the world is talking about the two-state solution, stopping settlements, and stopping the Judaization of Jerusalem, the occupation comes with this arrest and gives a clear message that it wants to exclude Jerusalem and impose its sovereignty over it and thus get it out of any negotiations. political future, and therefore our message to the international community, the US administration and the United Nations is to shoulder their responsibilities to pressure the occupation for the immediate release of Governor Ghaith."   The occupation authorities detained Governor Ghaith and his media advisor, Marouf Al-Rifai, this morning for several hours, and prevented them from traveling through Al-Karama Crossing, and handed him a request to review their intelligence.  Al-Rifai told "Wafa": "While I was accompanied by Governor Adnan Ghaith at the Karama crossing, the occupation intelligence detained us for four hours at the crossing, as we were heading to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to represent Palestine in the Arab Cities Conference, and informed us of our travel ban, and handed the governor a report for review. Occupation intelligence in Al-Maskubiya .

Jerusalem WAFA - The Israeli occupation authorities extended, this evening, Saturday, the arrest of the governor of Jerusalem, member of the Revolutionary Council of the "Fatah" movement, Adnan Ghaith, until tomorrow, Sunday .

Our correspondent in Jerusalem reported that the occupation authorities extended the detention of Governor Ghaith until tomorrow, Sunday, after their intelligence summoned him for investigation .

The presidential advisor for Jerusalem affairs, Ahmed Al-Ruwaidi, said in an interview with “Wafa”: “At a time when the world is talking about the two-state solution, stopping settlements, and stopping the Judaization of Jerusalem, the occupation comes with this arrest and gives a clear message that it wants to exclude Jerusalem and impose its sovereignty over it and thus get it out of any negotiations. political future, and therefore our message to the international community, the US administration and the United Nations is to shoulder their responsibilities to pressure the occupation for the immediate release of Governor Ghaith."

 The occupation authorities detained Governor Ghaith and his media advisor, Marouf Al-Rifai, this morning for several hours, and prevented them from traveling through Al-Karama Crossing, and handed him a request to review their intelligence.

Al-Rifai told "Wafa": "While I was accompanied by Governor Adnan Ghaith at the Karama crossing, the occupation intelligence detained us for four hours at the crossing, as we were heading to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to represent Palestine in the Arab Cities Conference, and informed us of our travel ban, and handed the governor a report for review. Occupation intelligence in Al-Maskubiya .


Al-Ghanim: It is not permissible to deal with international crises with a different standard, and the aggressions of the occupation with a different standard  Jakarta WAFA - Kuwaiti National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Ali Al-Ghanim stressed today, Saturday, the need to deal with human rights and principled issues with one standard.  Al-Ghanim said in an intervention during his participation in the coordination meeting of the Arab Group held in Indonesia, on the sidelines of the 144th Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference, "It is not permissible to deal with the Russian-Ukrainian crisis with a standard, while dealing with the aggressions of the Israeli occupation with a completely different standard."  He added, "While calling for firm measures regarding the Russian-Ukrainian crisis that began a few weeks ago, including calls to expel Russia from the Union, we find that there is complete disregard and complete disregard for the Israeli crimes and its continued occupation of Palestine for more than 60 years."  He affirmed the rejection of the principle of double standards on all political issues of a human rights nature.

Al-Ghanim: It is not permissible to deal with international crises with a different standard, and the aggressions of the occupation with a different standard

Jakarta WAFA - Kuwaiti National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Ali Al-Ghanim stressed today, Saturday, the need to deal with human rights and principled issues with one standard.

Al-Ghanim said in an intervention during his participation in the coordination meeting of the Arab Group held in Indonesia, on the sidelines of the 144th Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference, "It is not permissible to deal with the Russian-Ukrainian crisis with a standard, while dealing with the aggressions of the Israeli occupation with a completely different standard."

He added, "While calling for firm measures regarding the Russian-Ukrainian crisis that began a few weeks ago, including calls to expel Russia from the Union, we find that there is complete disregard and complete disregard for the Israeli crimes and its continued occupation of Palestine for more than 60 years."

He affirmed the rejection of the principle of double standards on all political issues of a human rights nature.

The Houthis launch 4 attacks targeting vital installations in Saudi Arabia  RIYADH: Saudi official media quoted the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen as saying in the early hours of Sunday morning that the Iran-aligned Houthi group had launched 4 attacks on Saudi Arabia, and that it resulted in material damage to cars and civilian homes, without causing loss of life.  The Saudi Press Agency stated that a hostile attack targeted a water desalination plant in Shuqaiq, an Aramco facility in Jizan in the south of the country, a gas station in Khamis Mushait, and a power station in Dhahran al-Janoub.  The coalition, which has been fighting in Yemen since 2015, said that the recent Houthi escalation by targeting civilian and economic facilities is a response to the Gulf call for dialogue.  Two Gulf officials told Reuters on Tuesday that the Gulf Cooperation Council was studying the possibility of inviting the Houthi group and other Yemeni parties to hold consultations in Riyadh this month.  On Wednesday, the Houthis said they would welcome talks with the Saudi-led coalition but that the venue should be a neutral country, including Gulf states, and that the priority was to lift restrictions on Yemeni ports and Sanaa airport.  In a statement, the coalition said that the recent escalation of the Houthi group used ballistic missiles, drones, and cruise missiles. He added that he is following and monitoring drones in the air targeting economic facilities and civilians.  State media published photos and videos of the devastation caused by the attacks.  There was no comment from the Houthis on the attacks so far.  The latest attack comes days after an oil refinery in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, was attacked on March 10 by a drone, which was claimed by the Houthis.  Houthi rebels often target airports and oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, one of the world's largest oil exporters, against the backdrop of the kingdom's leadership of the military coalition against them.  (Reuters/AFP)

The Houthis launch 4 attacks targeting vital installations in Saudi Arabia


RIYADH: Saudi official media quoted the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen as saying in the early hours of Sunday morning that the Iran-aligned Houthi group had launched 4 attacks on Saudi Arabia, and that it resulted in material damage to cars and civilian homes, without causing loss of life.

The Saudi Press Agency stated that a hostile attack targeted a water desalination plant in Shuqaiq, an Aramco facility in Jizan in the south of the country, a gas station in Khamis Mushait, and a power station in Dhahran al-Janoub.

The coalition, which has been fighting in Yemen since 2015, said that the recent Houthi escalation by targeting civilian and economic facilities is a response to the Gulf call for dialogue.

Two Gulf officials told Reuters on Tuesday that the Gulf Cooperation Council was studying the possibility of inviting the Houthi group and other Yemeni parties to hold consultations in Riyadh this month.

On Wednesday, the Houthis said they would welcome talks with the Saudi-led coalition but that the venue should be a neutral country, including Gulf states, and that the priority was to lift restrictions on Yemeni ports and Sanaa airport.

In a statement, the coalition said that the recent escalation of the Houthi group used ballistic missiles, drones, and cruise missiles. He added that he is following and monitoring drones in the air targeting economic facilities and civilians.

State media published photos and videos of the devastation caused by the attacks.

There was no comment from the Houthis on the attacks so far.
The latest attack comes days after an oil refinery in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, was attacked on March 10 by a drone, which was claimed by the Houthis.

Houthi rebels often target airports and oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, one of the world's largest oil exporters, against the backdrop of the kingdom's leadership of the military coalition against them.(Reuters/AFP)
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