Palestinian Committee of Arab Parliament welcomes Saudi support for cause


On Thursday in Cairo, the Palestinian Commission of the Arab Parliament held a meeting during which participants reviewed ways to support the people of Gaza and the Palestinian cause. This event was chaired by Adel al-Asoumi.

Assaf bin Salem Abu Thuneen, a member of the Saudi Shura Council and the Arab Parliament, praised countries that have provided humanitarian aid to support the Palestinians, reports the Saudi Press Agency.

The commission also highlighted Saudi Arabia’s efforts, under the leadership of King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, to support the Palestinian cause and provide humanitarian assistance to its people.

Furthermore, the committee praised the Kingdom’s political support for Palestine in all international forums.

Mr. Abou Thuneen thanked South Africa for its position. This country has in fact filed a complaint against Israel before the International Court of Justice for its offensive against the Palestinian people in Gaza and the occupied territories.

He added that the Arab Parliament plans to send messages to the parliaments of countries that supported the Israeli campaign to condemn their position and inform them that they are now complicit in Israel’s aggressions and crimes against the Palestinian people.

Mr. Abou Thuneen maintained that the meeting participants agreed to replace the term “occupying force” with “occupying Israeli entity” in official communications and statements issued by the Arab Parliament.

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