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    Was it imposed on them?.. Iraq and Arab countries have reservations about the statement of the Arab

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    Post by Rocky Sat 14 Oct 2023, 3:56 am

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    [size=52]Was it imposed on them?.. Iraq and Arab countries have reservations about the statement of the Arab foreign ministers regarding Palestine[/size]

    [size=45]The League of Arab States lit up its ancient headquarters in Cairo with the colors of the Palestinian flag, in solidarity with the people of Gaza, in conjunction with the holding of the “Arab Foreign Ministers’ Meeting on Gaza.” However, in the corridors of this emergency meeting, there were strange things that had never happened before in a meeting related to the Palestinian issue. The central Arab issue.
    The meeting was held at the request of Morocco, President of the current 160th session of the Council, and Palestine, several days after the outbreak of the crisis. This may be understandable, given that the crisis began with an attack by the Palestinian resistance, and that matters had not yet matured with regard to ways to Settlement.[/size]
    [size=45]*Reservations from 5 Arab countries regarding the decision of the meeting of Arab foreign ministers regarding Gaza
    . Media reports indicated that the ministers of Algeria, Libya, Iraq, and the Syrian regime had reservations about some of the provisions and contents of the decision that was approved by the meeting of the Council of the League of Arab States at the ministerial level, on Wednesday, In Cairo.[/size]
    [size=45]Anatolia Agency reported that Tunisian President Kais Saied assigned his Foreign Minister, Nabil Ammar, to submit a reservation to the decisions of the meeting of the Arab League Council at the ministerial level in its extraordinary session, which was held on Wednesday, related to the current Palestinian-Israeli escalation, and to emphasize that Palestine is not a file in which there is a plaintiff and a defendant. Rather, it is a right of the Palestinian people that does not lapse by statute of limitations.[/size]
    [size=45]The government of the Republic of Iraq also made reservations on some of the paragraphs included in the submitted resolution, due to their “contradiction with applicable Iraqi laws,” and specifically regarding the term “two-state solution,” wherever it is found in the resolutions, and the phrase “condemning the killing of civilians on both sides mentioned in the second paragraph of the resolution.”[/size]
    [size=45]The reservations specifically addressed the second paragraph of the Arab Ministerial Meeting’s decision, in which these countries saw an equation between the behavior of resistance based on their legitimate right and Israeli practices against civilians, as it stated “condemning the killing and targeting of civilians on both sides and all acts contrary to international law and international humanitarian law.” Emphasizing the need to protect civilians, in keeping with common humanitarian values ​​and international law, and the need to release civilians and all prisoners and detainees. And condemning everything that the brotherly Palestinian people were subjected to and the aggression and violations of their rights they are currently being subjected to.”[/size]
    [size=45]*The ministers did not speak in an opening session as is customary, and it was not followed by a press conference
    , but several features were noticeable in the meeting. The official session of the meeting was not preceded by a consultative session, as is usual in most Arab meetings, especially the task that requires informal discussion before the start of the session. Official.[/size]
    [size=45]Then the opening session began with a speech by the President of the current session of the Arab League Council at the ministerial level, the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, in which he called for an immediate cessation of violence and escalation, but he did not specifically say stopping the aggression against Gaza.[/size]
    [size=45]It was noteworthy that he equated the two sides, saying that targeting civilians, from any party, and attacking them, is a source of grave concern, and prompts us to emphasize the necessity of providing them with full protection in accordance with international humanitarian law, and that they not be targets or victims of the conflict, and it was not specified here by request. Protection for the Palestinian people.[/size]
    [size=45]He said: “All of this is happening, in the midst of the rise of a horrific, systematic eradication discourse that does not bode well for the near future,” without specifying which eradication discourse he meant.[/size]
    [size=45]But his speech focused largely on Jerusalem, and that the current developments are the result of previous Israeli violations against Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa. It is not surprising that Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa receive special attention in Morocco’s speech, given that Moroccan King Mohammed VI is the head of the Jerusalem Committee in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and the monarchy The Moroccan woman pays special attention to Jerusalem, especially in light of the fact that she considers herself a descendant of the Prophet’s family, and the king is the Commander of the Faithful.[/size]
    [size=45]But what is most striking is that the Moroccan minister’s speech did not condemn Israel by name. Rather, he only mentioned it once when he urged the international parties sponsoring the peace process, including the international Quartet, to begin real consultations to revive the peace process between the Palestinian and Israeli sides.[/size]
    [size=45]He also did not mention the right of the Palestinians to resistance, which is a right affirmed by international laws.[/size]
    [size=45]As for the speech of Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, he described “the ongoing escalation between Hamas and the Israelis as unprecedented in its intensity and effects, and warned that there are serious possibilities for the situation to deteriorate and the scope of confrontations may expand, which could push the entire region into an unknown situation.” .[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed that the collective punishments practiced against the residents of Gaza are rejected and condemned in international law, and said: “We stand in solidarity with the Palestinian residents of the Gaza Strip who are today being subjected to a massacre that must be stopped immediately and condemned in the strongest terms.”[/size]
    [size=45]However, it was noteworthy that he expressed his complete and unequivocal rejection of any violence against civilians, as he put it, and that killing civilians and terrorizing innocent people is unacceptable as a means of achieving a lofty political goal such as independence, in a veiled criticism of Hamas’ attack on Israel, and he was keen to publish and emphasize this at his expense. The social networking site “X” formerly Twitter.[/size]
    [size=45]But this was not the only thing that was remarkable at the emergency meeting of Arab foreign ministers. In meetings related to Palestine, the central Arab issue that does not witness sharp disagreements between Arab countries (such as the Syrian or Libyan crisis), there is usually an opening session attended by the media in which the Arab ministers compete in the matter. They made eloquent speeches in which they raised their voices by declaring support for Palestine, criticizing Israel, and sometimes criticizing its American sponsor, as if they were replacing the lacking realistic support for the cause with eloquent Arab rhetorical support.[/size]
    [size=45]However, this eloquent rhetorical support did not happen at the meeting of Arab foreign ministers regarding Gaza this time. After the speeches of the meeting’s chairman, the Moroccan minister, and the Secretary-General of the Arab League, the media personnel were asked to leave the meeting hall, and speeches were distributed by some ministers who most likely did not deliver them in the session, which was quite short. Remarkable.[/size]
    [size=45]One of the very striking things about the meeting was that a joint press conference was not held, as was customary, after the end of the meeting between the president of the session (the Moroccan minister) and the Secretary-General of the Arab League, which is usually considered an important opportunity to visually express the decisions of the Arab meetings, clarify them and explain their atmosphere, but The conference was canceled and only an announcement was made by the Assistant Secretary-General of the Arab League, Hossam Zaki. He began by informing the media that it had been decided to cancel the press conference due to the connection of the session leader, the Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs, to the flight. He then read the statement issued by the meeting, without receiving questions from journalists.[/size]
    [size=45]*Some points of the decision equate Hamas with Israel.
    The decision issued by the meeting of Arab foreign ministers regarding Gaza also contained many noteworthy matters.[/size]
    [size=45]While he called for an end to the aggression against Gaza, he equated the two parties on some points. He condemned the killing and targeting of civilians on both sides and all acts contrary to international law and international humanitarian law, and stressed the need to protect civilians, in line with common humanitarian values ​​and international law, and the need to release civilians and all prisoners and detainees, without specifically singling out the Palestinians on this point, or even He says releasing the Palestinian prisoners, apparently in an attempt to avoid further embarrassment by referring to the Palestinian prisoners.[/size]
    [size=45]Then the resolution condemned in a subsequent paragraph everything that the Palestinian people were subjected to and the aggression and violations of their rights they are currently exposed to.[/size]
    [size=45]In a clear response to Egyptian and Palestinian concern about possible Israeli and American plans to displace the people of Gaza to Sinai, the resolution warned against any attempts to displace the Palestinian people (transfer), and exacerbate the issue of refugees whose right to return and compensation must be met, within the framework of a comprehensive solution to the conflict that addresses all final status issues.[/size]
    [size=45]However, the resolution did not refer to the right of the Palestinians to resist the occupation, even though it is stipulated in the principles of international law.[/size]
    [size=45]While the resolution stressed the necessity of lifting the siege on the Gaza Strip, allowing immediate entry of humanitarian aid, food, and fuel into it, and condemned Israel's cutting off of electricity and water to the Strip, it did not pledge any Arab aid, not even preliminary, to the Strip.[/size]
    [size=45]It was noteworthy that the meeting did not request a session of the Security Council (which Brazil requested a day later), and did not form an Arab ministerial committee to take action, as is usual in such crises. This is the committee that usually worked to hold meetings with representatives of the great powers or sought To take action at the United Nations.[/size]
    [size=45]The resolution merely assigned the missions of the League of Arab States, the Councils of Arab Ambassadors, and the Arab Group at the United Nations to take action at the international level to communicate the content of this resolution and to work with international partners to stop the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people and their rights.[/size]
    [size=45]While the Council of the League of Arab States, at the level of foreign ministers, decided to keep itself in permanent session to follow up on the Arab and international movement to implement the contents of the resolution, it did not set a date for a subsequent ministerial session to follow up on the implementation. Rather, what is noteworthy is that it assigned the Secretary-General of the Arab League to follow up on this resolution and submit a report on it. To the Council at its next session, which will be held next March.[/size]
    [size=45]*Was the decision agreed upon before the meeting?
    It is noteworthy that the official closed meeting was short, in a way that is inconsistent with the importance of the issue and the nature of Arab ministerial meetings that take a long time to discuss details, and it was not preceded by a closed consultative meeting as previously mentioned, which raised speculation that the decision was agreed upon in advance, especially since it A draft was circulated before the meeting, and the decision did not differ much from it.[/size]
    [size=45]In this context, a source in the delegation of an Arab country to the Arab League said that there was a final draft that was circulated in the days preceding the resolution, but there was a disagreement specifically about the point of condemning the targeting of civilians on both sides. However, a final draft was distributed to the delegations from which most of the resolution came, and described it. The source said that it came from above, and did not specify what is meant by above, and does it mean that it was consulted on by Arab leaders or foreign ministers by phone before they came to Cairo, or does “from above” mean that it came as a result of Western pressure, especially American pressure, especially in light of the agency’s talk? Reuters reported American pressure on a number of its major Arab allies to condemn Hamas, which was rejected by most Arab countries.[/size]
    [size=45]Reports have indicated that the administration of US President Joe Biden is seeking to persuade the Arab world to publicly and diplomatically separate the Palestinian people from Hamas, according to two sources who attended a closed meeting held by Biden, with more than twenty leaders of the Jewish community in the United States to discuss what the administration will do in the wake of... Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood”.[/size]
    [size=45]However, these pressures, if they existed, seem to have resulted in a condemnation of the targeting of civilians by both sides without naming either of them. However, what is noteworthy is that no objections were officially announced from any Arab country except for some talk of an objection by Algeria, Iraq and the Assad regime, and the strongest position announced by the Tunisian presidency. It has reservations about the statement of the Arab League, and its affirmation of Tunisia’s eternal position in support of the Palestinian people, and the right to resistance until the liberation of all of Palestine.[/size]
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