Palestinian and Jordanian rejection of the occupation’s attempts to fabricate administrative changes in Gaza and Jerusalem Palestinian and Jordanian rejection of the occupation’s attempts to fabricate administrative changes in Gaza and Jerusalem

Palestinian and Jordanian rejection of the occupation’s attempts to fabricate administrative changes in Gaza and Jerusalem

Palestinian and Jordanian rejection of the occupation’s attempts to fabricate administrative changes in Gaza and Jerusalem

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its condemnation of the Israeli occupation's attempts to "create" local administrations in Gaza, while the King of Jordan, King Abdullah II, called for an end to unilateral Israeli measures in Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

On Monday, the Palestinian Foreign Ministry condemned what it called Israel's attempts to "create local administrations" in the Gaza Strip.

The ministry stated in a statement, "Israel's true intentions and goals are revealed day after day regarding the situation in Gaza and imposing the choice of death or displacement."

She explained: “These administrations have one meaning and essence, which is to perpetuate the Israeli occupation of the Gaza Strip with flimsy pretexts and pretexts, and at best to beautify it to copy the nature of the conditions in the West Bank.”

She added: "The Ministry notes that the Israeli government, in its pursuit of this goal, is deliberately creating a state of complete chaos among Palestinian civilians to strike what remains of the social fabric and create a state of internal conflict, to impose its agenda and arrangements on the major powers and the international community."

She pointed out that Israel seeks to maintain “the rift and separation between the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and to perpetuate the attack on the geographical unity of the Palestinian state and the unity of its legitimate leadership frameworks.”

Last January, the Hebrew Broadcasting Corporation (official) revealed what it said was a plan by the Israeli army for the post-war period in Gaza, “which includes dividing the Strip into areas governed by tribes, and assuming responsibility for distributing humanitarian aid,” which is rejected by all Palestinian factions in the West Bank. Western and Gaza Strip.

Unilateral actions

In a related context, King Abdullah II of Jordan, on Monday, called for an end to unilateral Israeli measures in Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque, calling for avoiding escalation in the Palestinian territories.

This came during his meeting in the capital, Amman, with the head of the Democratic and Arab Front for Change in the Israeli Knesset, MP Ayman Odeh, and its members, MPs Ahmed Tibi and Youssef Al-Atawneh, according to a statement from the Royal Court.

The statement stated that the Jordanian King stressed "the necessity of exerting maximum efforts to reach an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza and to protect civilians."

The King of Jordan explained that "the Kingdom will continue to push for an end to the war and provide humanitarian, relief and medical aid by land and air to Gaza."

He warned of "the danger of the continuation of the war in Gaza, the escalation in the West Bank and Jerusalem, and the violence practiced by settlers against the Palestinians."

He also called for "an end to the unilateral Israeli attacks and actions in Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque, and the necessity of working with all parties to avoid any escalation."

During the meeting, the King of Jordan expressed the Kingdom's rejection of any "attempts to separate the West Bank and Gaza Strip, which constitute an extension of the one Palestinian state."

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