The West Bank : Stand-ups in several areas to demand the bodies of Palestinians being held by Israel Army The West Bank : Stand-ups in several areas to demand the bodies of Palestinians being held by Israel Army

The West Bank : Stand-ups in several areas to demand the bodies of Palestinians being held by Israel Army

War 1967 : "Israel's generosity" Tel Aviv waited for a call from Arab leaders Kingdom Saudi Arabia announces the establishment of diplomatic relations with 6 new countries The West Bank : Stand-ups in several areas to demand the bodies of Palestinians being held by Israel Army At the invitation of governmental and private institutions, including the Prisoners' Affairs Commission, several governorates in the occupied West Bank witnessed stops in city centers and in front of the headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross, calling for the release of Palestinian bodies being held by Israel.  On Tuesday, several governorates in the West Bank witnessed vigils in city centers and in front of the headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross, calling for the release of the bodies of Palestinians being held by Israel.  The activities were organized at the invitation of governmental and non-governmental institutions, including the "Detainees' Affairs Commission" (governmental) and the "Palestinian Prisoners' Club" (non-governmental), on the occasion of the "National Day for Retrieving the Bodies of the Martyrs."  The activities were organized in the governorates of Hebron and Bethlehem (south), Ramallah, Al-Bireh and Jericho (center), and Jenin, Tulkarm, Tubas, Qalqilya and Salfit (north).  On August 27, the Palestinians annually commemorate the "National Day for the Recovery of the Bodies of the Palestinian and Arab Martyrs," which was approved by the Council of Ministers on the 3rd of the same month in 2008, and the activities were organized on Tuesday, in conjunction with weekly activities organized in support of the prisoners.  Participants in the vigils raised pictures of their children and coffins bearing the names of Palestinians whose bodies were withheld, and chanted slogans calling for pressure on Israel to release them.  In his speech during a stand organized in front of the headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the city of Al-Bireh, the head of the Prisoners' Affairs Commission, Qadura Fares, said that Israel "violates (by holding the bodies) the human custom that gives the right to those who have decided to be buried according to their religion and belief."  He added, "This confused country (Israel) resorts to the most heinous methods, thinking that it can reassure its society."  Fares added that the detained bodies are "a source of pain for dozens of Palestinian families, due to their inability to bury their graves as they should."  On Sunday, the "National Campaign to Recover the Bodies of the Martyrs and Discover the Missing" (non-governmental) said in a statement that Israel was holding 103 bodies on this date (August 27) last year.  And she continued, "As for today, there are 142 martyrs in the refrigerators, despite the release of the bodies of 26 martyrs during the year, in addition to about 256 martyrs in the graves of numbers and 75 missing persons, according to the records of the national campaign."  The campaign stated that among the detained bodies are 11 prisoners who were "martyred in captivity as a result of torture, ill-treatment and medical neglect, 14 children under the age of eighteen, and one woman, in addition to 4 other women in the graves of numbers."  The "number graves" are simple burials surrounded by stones without evidence. A metal plate bearing a number for the owner of the body is fixed over each grave. Each number has a special file kept by the Israeli security authorities.  In September 2019, the Israeli Supreme Court issued a decision authorizing the Israeli military commander to temporarily detain and bury the bodies of Palestinians killed by the army for the purpose of using them as “future negotiating papers.”​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​   Kingdom Saudi Arabia announces the establishment of diplomatic relations with 6 new countries Today, Tuesday, the Saudi Council of Ministers, headed by King Salman bin Abdulaziz, decided to establish diplomatic relations with 6 new countries.  In a statement to the Saudi Press Agency, "SPA", the Council agreed to establish relations with each of: St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the independent State of Samoa, the Republic of Nauru, the Republic of Kiribati, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the independent State of Papua New Guinea, at the level of a non-resident ambassador, and authorization The Minister of Foreign Affairs or his representative to sign the draft protocols necessary for this.  During the session held at Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah, the Saudi Council of Ministers was briefed on a number of general issues on its agenda.  Among them are the annual reports of the Diriyah Gate Development Authority, the Saudi Center for Economic Business, the National Center for Mental Health Promotion, and King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, and the Council has taken the necessary measures regarding these issues.  War 1967 : "Israel's generosity" Tel Aviv waited for a call from Arab leaders Arab leaders met in the aftermath of the "setback" on this day in 1967 in Khartoum, and while Israel was waiting for a "phone call" from them, they sent three No's to it at once.  The position of the Arabs at that time was very critical and difficult, and the repercussions of that great "defeat" still cast a shadow over the region until now.  Israel, which always pretends that it is lonely and weak and threatened with annihilation from its "many" neighbors, "was the initiator of the third war between the two sides." On June 5, 1967, its army attacked three neighboring countries in a lightning war that lasted 6 days. The Arabs relapsed and destroyed 80 percent of their military equipment, killing about 25,000 on their part, while Israel lost only 800 people.  In the aftermath of the Six-Day War, as it is called in Israel, Tel Aviv captured the Golan Heights, the West Bank, and the Sinai Peninsula.  That war ended on June 10, 1967, and Israel achieved a major victory that enabled it to deploy its forces in the Golan Heights, along the Jordan River, and along the Suez Canal. Sinai Island.  The Israeli leaders got high after the harsh defeat suffered by the Arabs, and their statements indicated that they expected their opponents to raise the white flag, as Defense Minister Moshe Dayan stated that he was "waiting for a phone call" from the Arab leaders, and at the same time the Israeli leaders pledged not to return to what they described to the fragile armistice lines of 1948-1949, or to a divided Jerusalem.  The Israeli Foreign Minister at the time, Abba Eban, spoke of "incredible generosity in setting the terms of peace" on Israel's part, and that "everything is negotiable" in the direct negotiations with the Arab countries that he was waiting for.  Israel, "terrified of annihilation," was preparing for that lightning war against its neighbors by forming the Prime Minister, Levi Eshkol, an expanded national unity government. With this step, it wanted to deal, after its victory, with any pressure that might be exerted against it to push it to withdraw quickly from the territories it occupied.  Discussions regarding the fate of the territories occupied by Israel began on June 18, and ended with agreement on one of two proposals, by a difference of one vote, handed over to the United States for presentation to the Arabs.   The "generous" Israeli proposal relates to "peace treaties with Egypt and Syria, including security arrangements, on the basis of international borders," on the basis that Tel Aviv has no intention of annexing the Golan Heights and Sinai.  The Israeli euphoria did not last long, as expressed by Maj. Gen. Chaim Herzog, who later assumed the presidency, by saying: “Israel's belief that the war was over and that peace would prevail along the borders quickly dissipated. Three weeks after the end of hostilities, the first major incident occurred on the border. length of the Suez Canal.  The Israeli generosity, which was talked about at that time by the head of Israeli diplomacy, Abba Eban, increased in the following year, as the Israeli government reached, on October 31, 1968, another decision in this context, and set a condition for peace with Egypt represented in its claim to land between Eilat and Sharm el-Sheikh that would be under its control.  The Arab kings and presidents who met in Khartoum responded to the "setback" with the famous three "No's," "No peace with Israel, no recognition of Israel, and no negotiations with Israel."  Prime Minister Levi Eshkol described the Arab League as irresponsible against the background of these naysayings, pointing out that Khartoum's decisions reinforce Israel's determination "not to allow a return to the conditions that enabled its enemies to undermine its security and act against its sovereignty and very existence."   arab league,Israel,golan heights,sinai,saudi arabia,israeli supreme court,prisoners commission,red cross

At the invitation of governmental and private institutions, including the Prisoners' Affairs Commission, several governorates in the occupied West Bank witnessed stops in city centers and in front of the headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross, calling for the release of Palestinian bodies being held by Israel.

On Tuesday, several governorates in the West Bank witnessed vigils in city centers and in front of the headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross, calling for the release of the bodies of Palestinians being held by Israel.

The activities were organized at the invitation of governmental and non-governmental institutions, including the "Detainees' Affairs Commission" (governmental) and the "Palestinian Prisoners' Club" (non-governmental), on the occasion of the "National Day for Retrieving the Bodies of the Martyrs."

The activities were organized in the governorates of Hebron and Bethlehem (south), Ramallah, Al-Bireh and Jericho (center), and Jenin, Tulkarm, Tubas, Qalqilya and Salfit (north).

On August 27, the Palestinians annually commemorate the "National Day for the Recovery of the Bodies of the Palestinian and Arab Martyrs," which was approved by the Council of Ministers on the 3rd of the same month in 2008, and the activities were organized on Tuesday, in conjunction with weekly activities organized in support of the prisoners.

Participants in the vigils raised pictures of their children and coffins bearing the names of Palestinians whose bodies were withheld, and chanted slogans calling for pressure on Israel to release them.

In his speech during a stand organized in front of the headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the city of Al-Bireh, the head of the Prisoners' Affairs Commission, Qadura Fares, said that Israel "violates (by holding the bodies) the human custom that gives the right to those who have decided to be buried according to their religion and belief."

He added, "This confused country (Israel) resorts to the most heinous methods, thinking that it can reassure its society."

Fares added that the detained bodies are "a source of pain for dozens of Palestinian families, due to their inability to bury their graves as they should."

On Sunday, the "National Campaign to Recover the Bodies of the Martyrs and Discover the Missing" (non-governmental) said in a statement that Israel was holding 103 bodies on this date (August 27) last year.

And she continued, "As for today, there are 142 martyrs in the refrigerators, despite the release of the bodies of 26 martyrs during the year, in addition to about 256 martyrs in the graves of numbers and 75 missing persons, according to the records of the national campaign."

The campaign stated that among the detained bodies are 11 prisoners who were "martyred in captivity as a result of torture, ill-treatment and medical neglect, 14 children under the age of eighteen, and one woman, in addition to 4 other women in the graves of numbers."

The "number graves" are simple burials surrounded by stones without evidence. A metal plate bearing a number for the owner of the body is fixed over each grave. Each number has a special file kept by the Israeli security authorities.

In September 2019, the Israeli Supreme Court issued a decision authorizing the Israeli military commander to temporarily detain and bury the bodies of Palestinians killed by the army for the purpose of using them as “future negotiating papers.”​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Kingdom Saudi Arabia announces the establishment of diplomatic relations with 6 new countries

Today, Tuesday, the Saudi Council of Ministers, headed by King Salman bin Abdulaziz, decided to establish diplomatic relations with 6 new countries.

In a statement to the Saudi Press Agency, "SPA", the Council agreed to establish relations with each of: St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the independent State of Samoa, the Republic of Nauru, the Republic of Kiribati, the Federated States of Micronesia, and the independent State of Papua New Guinea, at the level of a non-resident ambassador, and authorization The Minister of Foreign Affairs or his representative to sign the draft protocols necessary for this.

During the session held at Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah, the Saudi Council of Ministers was briefed on a number of general issues on its agenda.

Among them are the annual reports of the Diriyah Gate Development Authority, the Saudi Center for Economic Business, the National Center for Mental Health Promotion, and King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center, and the Council has taken the necessary measures regarding these issues.

War 1967 : "Israel's generosity" Tel Aviv waited for a call from Arab leaders

Arab leaders met in the aftermath of the "setback" on this day in 1967 in Khartoum, and while Israel was waiting for a "phone call" from them, they sent three No's to it at once.

The position of the Arabs at that time was very critical and difficult, and the repercussions of that great "defeat" still cast a shadow over the region until now.

Israel, which always pretends that it is lonely and weak and threatened with annihilation from its "many" neighbors, "was the initiator of the third war between the two sides." On June 5, 1967, its army attacked three neighboring countries in a lightning war that lasted 6 days. The Arabs relapsed and destroyed 80 percent of their military equipment, killing about 25,000 on their part, while Israel lost only 800 people.

In the aftermath of the Six-Day War, as it is called in Israel, Tel Aviv captured the Golan Heights, the West Bank, and the Sinai Peninsula.

That war ended on June 10, 1967, and Israel achieved a major victory that enabled it to deploy its forces in the Golan Heights, along the Jordan River, and along the Suez Canal. Sinai Island.

The Israeli leaders got high after the harsh defeat suffered by the Arabs, and their statements indicated that they expected their opponents to raise the white flag, as Defense Minister Moshe Dayan stated that he was "waiting for a phone call" from the Arab leaders, and at the same time the Israeli leaders pledged not to return to what they described to the fragile armistice lines of 1948-1949, or to a divided Jerusalem.

The Israeli Foreign Minister at the time, Abba Eban, spoke of "incredible generosity in setting the terms of peace" on Israel's part, and that "everything is negotiable" in the direct negotiations with the Arab countries that he was waiting for.

Israel, "terrified of annihilation," was preparing for that lightning war against its neighbors by forming the Prime Minister, Levi Eshkol, an expanded national unity government. With this step, it wanted to deal, after its victory, with any pressure that might be exerted against it to push it to withdraw quickly from the territories it occupied.

Discussions regarding the fate of the territories occupied by Israel began on June 18, and ended with agreement on one of two proposals, by a difference of one vote, handed over to the United States for presentation to the Arabs.

 The "generous" Israeli proposal relates to "peace treaties with Egypt and Syria, including security arrangements, on the basis of international borders," on the basis that Tel Aviv has no intention of annexing the Golan Heights and Sinai.

The Israeli euphoria did not last long, as expressed by Maj. Gen. Chaim Herzog, who later assumed the presidency, by saying: “Israel's belief that the war was over and that peace would prevail along the borders quickly dissipated. Three weeks after the end of hostilities, the first major incident occurred on the border. length of the Suez Canal.

The Israeli generosity, which was talked about at that time by the head of Israeli diplomacy, Abba Eban, increased in the following year, as the Israeli government reached, on October 31, 1968, another decision in this context, and set a condition for peace with Egypt represented in its claim to land between Eilat and Sharm el-Sheikh that would be under its control.

The Arab kings and presidents who met in Khartoum responded to the "setback" with the famous three "No's," "No peace with Israel, no recognition of Israel, and no negotiations with Israel."

Prime Minister Levi Eshkol described the Arab League as irresponsible against the background of these naysayings, pointing out that Khartoum's decisions reinforce Israel's determination "not to allow a return to the conditions that enabled its enemies to undermine its security and act against its sovereignty and very existence."

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