The King of Jordan calls for the cessation of unilateral measures in Jerusalem, and the factions call for an escalation of resistance The King of Jordan calls for the cessation of unilateral measures in Jerusalem, and the factions call for an escalation of resistance

The King of Jordan calls for the cessation of unilateral measures in Jerusalem, and the factions call for an escalation of resistance

The King of Jordan calls for the cessation of unilateral measures in Jerusalem, and the factions call for an escalation of resistance King Abdullah II of Jordan stressed the "urgent need" to stop unilateral measures that violate the historical and legal status of Islamic and Christian sanctities in Jerusalem. Palestinian factions called for an "escalation of resistance" against Israel in response to its continued aggression against the Palestinians.  On Tuesday, King Abdullah II of Jordan stressed the "urgent need" to stop all unilateral measures that violate the historical and legal status quo in Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem.  This came in statements he made after extensive bilateral talks with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, on top of which was the Palestinian issue, within the framework of an unspecified official visit by the King of Jordan to Tokyo, according to a statement by the Royal Court.  The statement stated that King Abdullah "urged the international community to stand against measures that undermine the historical and legal status quo in the holy places in Jerusalem and incite violence in the Palestinian territories."  He stressed "the urgent need to stop all unilateral measures that violate the historical and legal status quo in the Islamic and Christian sanctities in Jerusalem."  King Abdullah stressed that "this is a prerequisite for stopping the dangerous escalation, working towards calm, and creating a political horizon that would preserve the chances of a just and lasting peace based on the two-state solution."  The statement quoted Kishida as saying, "I share His Majesty's deep concern about the Palestinian-Israeli situation, in the midst of the state of tension that has reached its highest level."  Kishida called for "exercise restraint and stop taking unilateral measures that undermine the two-state solution, in order to avoid a further deterioration in the situation."  Kishida indicated that the talks with King Abdullah "addressed various issues, including strengthening cooperation in all fields, especially economic and security, and it was also agreed to deepen the strategic bilateral partnership and cooperation in the international arena."  Palestinian factions call for "escalation of resistance"  In a related context, Palestinian factions called on Tuesday for an "escalation of resistance" against Israel in response to its continued attacks against the Palestinians.  This came in separate statements issued by Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, in response to Israel's killing of Palestinians in the city of Nablus, in the northern West Bank.  Hamas said: "We mourn the martyrs of Nablus and call for an escalation of resistance in response to the call of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque."  She added, "We pledge our people to continue on the path of resistance and jihad until the rights of our people are restored and the occupation is swept away from our land and sanctities."  In turn, the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine said: "We mourn the masses of our Palestinian people, the two martyrs of Nablus, the liberated prisoners Saud Al-Titi and Muhammad Abu Dira', who were martyred by the bullets of the fascist occupation army."  The Front called for "escalating resistance in all its forms and drawing up a national struggle strategy in the field against the occupation and settlers."  For its part, the Islamic Jihad Movement said: "We affirm that the escalation of the occupation's crimes and the targeting of our people and our sanctities will increase the flames of the uprising burning in all arenas, and the enemy will know that our resistance is ready for revenge despite the great sacrifices."  On Tuesday, two Palestinians were killed and a third was wounded by Israeli bullets, claiming they were trying to carry out an attack on one of its sites in the northern West Bank.  In turn, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said in a statement, "The Civil Affairs Authority (the contact with the Israeli side) informs it that the two martyrs of Deir al-Hatab, who were killed by the bullets of the Israeli occupation, are Saud Abdullah Saud Titi and Muhammad Ghazi Muhammad Abu Dira'."  The ministry indicated that "the death toll since the beginning of the year in the West Bank and Gaza Strip has risen to 98, in addition to two martyrs from 48 territories (Palestinians inside Israel)."  The occupied West Bank has been witnessing increasing tension for months, amid repeated Israeli military raids on Palestinian towns and camps.       The Turkish Coast Guard rescues 44 migrants who were pushed into Turkish waters by Greece Turkish Coast Guard teams rescued 44 irregular migrants off the shores of Marmaris district in the western province of Mugla, after the Greek side pushed them into Turkey's territorial waters. They were then referred to the State Directorate of Immigration, after taking legal action.  Turkish Coast Guard teams rescued 44 irregular migrants off the coast of the western province of Mugla, after the Greek side pushed them into the territorial waters of Turkey.  According to a statement issued by the Coast Guard Command on Tuesday, the migrants were rescued on board two rubber boats off the coast of Marmaris district.  The migrants were referred to the state directorate of immigration after taking legal action.  A few days ago, the Turkish Coast Guard rescued 85 irregular migrants off the coast of Izmir state, in the west of the country.

King Abdullah II of Jordan stressed the "urgent need" to stop unilateral measures that violate the historical and legal status of Islamic and Christian sanctities in Jerusalem. Palestinian factions called for an "escalation of resistance" against Israel in response to its continued aggression against the Palestinians.

On Tuesday, King Abdullah II of Jordan stressed the "urgent need" to stop all unilateral measures that violate the historical and legal status quo in Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem.

This came in statements he made after extensive bilateral talks with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, on top of which was the Palestinian issue, within the framework of an unspecified official visit by the King of Jordan to Tokyo, according to a statement by the Royal Court.

The statement stated that King Abdullah "urged the international community to stand against measures that undermine the historical and legal status quo in the holy places in Jerusalem and incite violence in the Palestinian territories."

He stressed "the urgent need to stop all unilateral measures that violate the historical and legal status quo in the Islamic and Christian sanctities in Jerusalem."

King Abdullah stressed that "this is a prerequisite for stopping the dangerous escalation, working towards calm, and creating a political horizon that would preserve the chances of a just and lasting peace based on the two-state solution."

The statement quoted Kishida as saying, "I share His Majesty's deep concern about the Palestinian-Israeli situation, in the midst of the state of tension that has reached its highest level."

Kishida called for "exercise restraint and stop taking unilateral measures that undermine the two-state solution, in order to avoid a further deterioration in the situation."

Kishida indicated that the talks with King Abdullah "addressed various issues, including strengthening cooperation in all fields, especially economic and security, and it was also agreed to deepen the strategic bilateral partnership and cooperation in the international arena."

Palestinian factions call for "escalation of resistance"

In a related context, Palestinian factions called on Tuesday for an "escalation of resistance" against Israel in response to its continued attacks against the Palestinians.

This came in separate statements issued by Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, in response to Israel's killing of Palestinians in the city of Nablus, in the northern West Bank.

Hamas said: "We mourn the martyrs of Nablus and call for an escalation of resistance in response to the call of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque."

She added, "We pledge our people to continue on the path of resistance and jihad until the rights of our people are restored and the occupation is swept away from our land and sanctities."

In turn, the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine said: "We mourn the masses of our Palestinian people, the two martyrs of Nablus, the liberated prisoners Saud Al-Titi and Muhammad Abu Dira', who were martyred by the bullets of the fascist occupation army."

The Front called for "escalating resistance in all its forms and drawing up a national struggle strategy in the field against the occupation and settlers."

For its part, the Islamic Jihad Movement said: "We affirm that the escalation of the occupation's crimes and the targeting of our people and our sanctities will increase the flames of the uprising burning in all arenas, and the enemy will know that our resistance is ready for revenge despite the great sacrifices."

On Tuesday, two Palestinians were killed and a third was wounded by Israeli bullets, claiming they were trying to carry out an attack on one of its sites in the northern West Bank.

In turn, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said in a statement, "The Civil Affairs Authority (the contact with the Israeli side) informs it that the two martyrs of Deir al-Hatab, who were killed by the bullets of the Israeli occupation, are Saud Abdullah Saud Titi and Muhammad Ghazi Muhammad Abu Dira'."

The ministry indicated that "the death toll since the beginning of the year in the West Bank and Gaza Strip has risen to 98, in addition to two martyrs from 48 territories (Palestinians inside Israel)."

The occupied West Bank has been witnessing increasing tension for months, amid repeated Israeli military raids on Palestinian towns and camps.


The Turkish Coast Guard rescues 44 migrants who were pushed into Turkish waters by Greece

Turkish Coast Guard teams rescued 44 irregular migrants off the shores of Marmaris district in the western province of Mugla, after the Greek side pushed them into Turkey's territorial waters. They were then referred to the State Directorate of Immigration, after taking legal action.

Turkish Coast Guard teams rescued 44 irregular migrants off the coast of the western province of Mugla, after the Greek side pushed them into the territorial waters of Turkey.

According to a statement issued by the Coast Guard Command on Tuesday, the migrants were rescued on board two rubber boats off the coast of Marmaris district.

The migrants were referred to the state directorate of immigration after taking legal action.

A few days ago, the Turkish Coast Guard rescued 85 irregular migrants off the coast of Izmir state, in the west of the country.

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  1. The ministry indicated that "the death toll since the beginning of the year in the West Bank and Gaza Strip has risen to 98, in addition to two martyrs from 48 territories (Palestinians inside Israel)."

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