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Arab Islamic Gaza Summit: Abbas Accuses Israel of Grave Civilian Casualties

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has accused the Israeli occupation of committing horrific aggression and a genocidal war against the Palestinian people. During the Arab Islamic Gaza Summit, Abbas stated that over 40,000 Palestinian civilians have been killed or injured since the onset of the conflict.

Symbol of Unity and Resistance

Abbas emphasized that the Palestinian flag remains a symbol of unity. He also asserted the Palestinians’ rightful claim to their land, Jerusalem, and holy sites. He remains hopeful for the occupation’s end.

Daily Atrocities in West Bank and Jerusalem

In his speech at the joint Arab Islamic Gaza Summit, Abbas highlighted daily killings and assaults in the West Bank and Jerusalem by Israeli forces. He expressed deep sorrow and anger over the obliteration of entire Palestinian families.

Widespread Destruction in Gaza

Abbas pointed out the extensive destruction of hospitals, schools, churches, and mosques in the Gaza Strip. He criticized the global community’s inaction. He also called for an immediate halt to the brutal war and justice for the unarmed Palestinian population.

Arab Islamic Gaza Summit: Crown Prince Condemns Humanitarian Catastrophe, Int’l Inaction

On his part, the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman called for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. This appeal, made amidst the ongoing conflict in the region, marks a critical moment in the pursuit of peace and stability. “We are facing a humanitarian catastrophe that testifies to the failure of the UN Security Council and the international community to put an end to the Israeli violations – a matter that demonstrates double standards.” Crown Prince said.

Prior to the summit, Gaza witnessed a fresh wave of violence, bringing renewed international attention to the decades-long conflict. These escalations have led to significant civilian casualties and widespread destruction, underscoring the urgency for a peaceful resolution.

Arab Islamic Gaza Summit: A Convergence for Peace

The summit provided a unique opportunity for leaders from the Arab and Islamic world to converge and discuss solutions to ongoing regional conflicts. The summit’s agenda focused on fostering unity, addressing humanitarian issues, and finding sustainable paths to peace.

The Saudi Crown Prince’s call for an immediate ceasefire at the summit was a momentous step. Recognized as a key figure in Middle Eastern politics, his appeal resonated across the summit, highlighting the critical need for de-escalation and dialogue in Gaza.

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