Riyad al-Maliki says that the normalization that has not been achieved by Palestinian status represents support for ‘apartheid’.
Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki criticized the migrating countries normalates relationships with Israel last year, as violence between Palestinian and Israeli forces escalated.
“Normalization and running towards this colonial system of Israel that has not achieved peace and ended Israel’s occupation of Arab and Palestinian lands represents support for the apartheid regime and its involvement in crimes,” it said. by Maliki at an emergency meeting of foreign ministers of the Organization for Islamic Cooperation on Sunday.
“The colonial work it is to be dealt with, dismantled, ended, and banned. The recently accelerated normalization has had no effect on sentiment in the Arab world or change their outlook. ”
Since the violence erupted on Monday, at least 188 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have been killed, including 55 children. More than 1,200 more were injured. In the occupied West Bank, Israeli forces killed nearly 13 Palestinians.
Israel reported 10 deaths, including two children, from thousands of missiles fired from Gaza by Hamas and other Palestinian groups, most of which were intercepted by the Iron Dome’s air defense system. in Israel.
There was also widespread violence throughout Israel among Israeli Jews and Palestinian Israeli citizens amid the escalation.
It puts the Arab countries with normal relations with Israel – Sudan, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain – in a more embarrassing position, putting their Tel Aviv peace agreement on the idea that the normalized relations will serve for the interest of the Palestinian Cause.
The OIC emergency meeting was hosted by Saudi Arabia, which has not formally normalized relations with Israel but is aware that relations will continue.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan called on the international community to take “urgent action” to halt Israeli military operations and revive peace talks aimed at ensuring a two -state solution.
“Preserving Jerusalem is the responsibility of all of us,” he said.
The recent bloodshed, such as the Muslim celebration of the end of the holy month of Ramadan, has put Israel’s new Arab partners on the back foot, prompting them to take critical turn. rhetoric less than a year after they signed the normalization agreements.
The so-called “Abraham Accords” abolished decades of consent, and were condemned to “Betrayal” of Palestinian leaders who feared they were ignoring their land claims.
They were hit by the urging of U.S. President Donald Trump, who praised the “rise of a new Middle East” while his son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner dismissed the Israel-Israel conflict. Palestinian as just a “real estate controversy”.
Reem Al Hashimy, the UAE’s minister of state for international cooperation, spoke at the meeting but did not respond to criticism, only calling for an end to the violence and not specifically blaming Israel for the unrest.