The UAE condemns Netanyahu's statements about his invitation to participate in the management of Gaza after the war The UAE condemns Netanyahu's statements about his invitation to participate in the management of Gaza after the war

The UAE condemns Netanyahu's statements about his invitation to participate in the management of Gaza after the war

The UAE condemns Netanyahu's statements about his invitation to participate in the management of Gaza after the war

The UAE denounced the statements of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday, after he put forward an invitation for Abu Dhabi to participate in helping a future government in the Gaza Strip after the war.

UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan strongly criticized Netanyahu in a post on the X website early in the morning, and said that Abu Dhabi denounces the Israeli Prime Minister’s statements.

He said in the post, "The UAE stresses that the Israeli Prime Minister does not have any legal capacity to take this step, and the state also refuses to be drawn into any plan aimed at providing cover for the Israeli presence in the Gaza Strip."

He added, "When a Palestinian government is formed that meets the hopes and aspirations of the brotherly Palestinian people and enjoys integrity, competence, and independence, the state will be fully prepared to provide all forms of support to that government."

Netanyahu said in an interview that the UAE, Saudi Arabia and other countries could help a civilian government with the residents of the Gaza Strip after the war.

Prominent members of Netanyahu's government reject the idea of ​​an independent Palestinian state, and Netanyahu says that Israel needs to maintain security control over Gaza after the war.

The Palestinians hope to establish an independent state in the occupied West Bank and Gaza, an ambition supported by the UAE.

However, sources said that the UAE's relationship with Netanyahu has collapsed due to the Israeli military campaign in Gaza, as Emirati officials rarely speak to him now.

The UAE has often criticized Israel for the war and the high number of civilian casualties, although it confirmed that diplomatic relations allowed it to bring aid into the Gaza Strip.

Since October 7, Israel has been waging a war on Gaza, leaving about 113,000 martyred and wounded, most of them children and women, and about 10,000 missing amid massive destruction and famine that claimed the lives of children and the elderly.

Israel continues the war despite the issuance of a resolution by the UN Security Council to stop the fighting immediately, and also despite the International Court of Justice demanding immediate measures to prevent acts of “genocide” and improve the humanitarian situation in Gaza.

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  1. s to prevent acts of “genocide” and im

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  2. The UAE condemned Netanyahu's invitation for Abu Dhabi to participate in Gaza's management after the war, asserting it won't support any plan backing Israeli presence there.





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