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Dubai police deputy chief calls for review of ties with Israel – Middle East Monitor

Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, deputy chairman of Dubai’s police and general security department, yesterday called on Arab countries with ties to Israel to reassess their ties, urging Israel to take “peace and respect seriously”. , pointed out that Palestinians must not be denied their right to peace. establish an independent state.

This came as Israel continued its airstrikes on the besieged Gaza Strip, killing 44 people, including 15 children and 4 women, and injuring at least 360 in less than three days.

I cordially call on all Arab countries associated with Israel to meet again to assess the situation..Israel must be serious about peace and respect..Otherwise no,” he wrote. rice field. twitter.

He urged the Arab parliament to send a message to world leaders and stand with the Palestinians to establish their nation. “If denied, the country that refuses is considered unfriendly,” he said. explained.

“When Israel does not recognize the right of the Palestinians to establish a state…the Palestinians have the right to cooperate with Satan to achieve their deprived rights…and this is what is happening now,” he said. added. another post.

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