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Muslim nations beg end to Israeli atrocities in Gaza

Muslim nations, including Saudi Arabia, convened in Riyadh on Saturday, urging an immediate halt to military operations in Gaza and rejecting Israel’s self-defense justification for its actions against Palestinians. The joint Islamic-Arab summit called on the International Criminal Court to investigate alleged “war crimes and crimes against humanity” committed by Israel in Palestinian territories. Led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, leaders such as Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad attended the summit. Prince Mohammed denounced the “barbaric war against our brothers in Palestine,” emphasizing a humanitarian catastrophe and criticizing the Security Council’s failure to address Israeli violations of international laws. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas labeled the situation a “genocidal war” and appealed to the United States to cease Israeli aggression. President Raisi commended the Palestinian resistance group Hamas for its efforts and proposed Islamic countries impose sanctions on Israel, including oil and goods restrictions.

 

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