Saudi Arabia adheres to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state and rejects the displacement of the residents of Gaza Saudi Arabia adheres to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state and rejects the displacement of the residents of Gaza

Saudi Arabia adheres to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state and rejects the displacement of the residents of Gaza

Saudi Arabia adheres to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state and rejects the displacement of the residents of Gaza

On Saturday evening, Saudi Arabia announced its adherence to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state, stressing its refusal to displace the population of the Gaza Strip, which has been facing an Israeli war since last October 7.

Saudi Arabia stressed that it is necessary to achieve an immediate ceasefire, bring in aid, and prevent the forced displacement of the residents of the Gaza Strip, expressing its commitment to establishing an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital.

This came in the Kingdom’s speech at the nineteenth summit of the Non-Aligned Movement, held in the Ugandan capital, Kampala, on January 19 and 20, according to a statement by the Saudi Foreign Ministry.

The Saudi Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Walid Al-Khereiji, delivered the speech on behalf of the country’s king, King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

Saudi Arabia stressed that "the world is witnessing a noticeable escalation of conflicts that affect the sovereignty and stability of countries, and countries must strive to achieve peace."

It stressed "the Kingdom's rejection of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip and the necessity of achieving an immediate ceasefire, introducing aid, and preventing the forced displacement of the population of Gaza."

She pointed out that "the Palestinian issue will remain present in most of our meetings until an independent Palestinian state is established on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital."

On Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a press conference that he had informed the United States of his opposition to the establishment of a Palestinian state “within any scenario for the post-war period in Gaza,” contrary to the American desire.

The United States called on Israel to reduce its attack on Gaza, and said that the establishment of a Palestinian state must be part of “the next day.”

On October 7, Hamas launched an attack on Israeli military points and settlements around the Gaza Strip, during which it killed about 1,200 Israelis, wounded about 5,431, and captured at least 239. It exchanged dozens of them during a temporary humanitarian truce that lasted 7 days and ended early in the morning. Last December.

Since last October 7, the Israeli army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza, which as of Saturday left 24,927 martyrs, 62,388 injured, a humanitarian and health disaster, and caused the displacement of about 1.9 million people, that is, more than 85 percent of the Strip’s population. According to the sector authorities and the United Nations.



Erdogan: Teaching children values ​​is a weapon against attempts to erase their identity


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed that teaching children living in Western societies the values ​​of their civilization, culture, and mother tongue is the most effective weapon in the face of attempts to erase their identity, especially with the escalation of the threats of Islamophobia and cultural racism in Europe, specifically against the Turks.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed that teaching children living in Western societies the values ​​of their civilization, culture, and mother tongue is the most powerful weapon in the face of attempts to erase their identity.

This came in a video message sent by Erdogan, today, Saturday, to the International Democratic Union Conference in Europe.

Erdogan expressed his hope that the conference would be useful to the International Democratic Union and its representatives, and said: “On this occasion, I would like to express my gratitude to everyone who contributed to the International Democratic Union’s arrival to this day.”

He said: “At a time when threats from Islamophobia to cultural racism are increasing, and with increasing escalation in Europe, the fundamental duty of our Union is to ensure that the rights and interests of European Turks are defended to the end, without deviating from democracy and the law.”

He pointed out that the way to achieve this is in cooperation with other Turkish non-governmental organizations, within the framework of law and order, by taking advantage of new media tools.

Addressing the conference members, Erdogan stressed: “Never forget this. The greatest weapon we have against attempts to obliterate identity is teaching our children, who are the guarantee of our future, their mother tongue, culture, and civilizational values.”

At the conclusion of his message, Erdogan expressed his hope that the necessary steps would be taken on this issue, hoping that the conference would succeed in achieving its goals.

It is noteworthy that the Union of International Democrats is a civil society organization in Europe. Its headquarters are located in the German city of Cologne, and it has branches in a number of European countries.

According to the United Nations, the forum aims to announce bold and new measures to ease pressures on host countries, strengthen refugees’ self-reliance, and find lasting solutions for those displaced from their homes due to wars and persecution.

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