The Arab Parliament Welcomes the Move to Recognise the Palestinian State

The Arab Parliament Welcomes the Move to Recognise the Palestinian State

CAIRO: The Arab Parliament has welcomed Spain, Norway, and Ireland’s decision to recognise the Palestinian state.
The prime ministers of the three countries announced on Wednesday that they would formally recognise Palestine as a state on May 28.

All three expressed hope that the decision would speed up efforts to secure a ceasefire in Israel’s war against Hamas in Gaza, which is now in its eighth month.
The parliament hailed the move as a victory for justice and the Palestinian people’s right to establish an independent state.

It described the decision as a “new victory for the Palestinian cause and Palestinian diplomacy,” as well as an important step towards international recognition.
The parliament stated that the recognition supported the Palestinian people’s legitimate rights, the most important of which was the establishment of an independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.

It stated that the announcements come at a time when Israel is attempting to destroy the Palestinian cause through “ethnic cleansing and forced displacement against civilians, including children, women, and the elderly, against whom war crimes and crimes against humanity are being committed.”

The growing international recognition of a Palestinian state was a practical response to Israel’s plans to “liquidate the Palestinian cause, which will not succeed,” it added.

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