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Qatar officials blame Israeli crimes despite global silence-Doha News

Human rights groups say Israel continues to commit crimes against Palestinians without accountability.

Qatar’s Foreign Minister Lorwa al-Hatter called on world leaders to take action to prevent the illegal occupation of Israel as part of the 2022 New Year’s resolution.

“2021 World Leaders-Fighted Right to Maintain Afghanistan female right.They spend 10% of their efforts Palestinian female And cHildren 70 years later: ethnic cleansing, killing, arbitrary detention, use of banned weapons, targeting journalists, “Al Hatter said. A series of tweets on Tuesday.

Qatar officials video Archbishop Atara Hannah, head of the Greek Orthodox Church in Jerusalem, reminded the international Christian community that “celebrating Christmas without paying attention to Palestine is meaningless.”

Along with the video, Al Khater added a poetic phrase by the famous Lebanese poet Rachid Salim El Khoury, widely known as the “village poet,” demonstrating the importance of “brotherly love” in the region. did.

Read the poem shared by Al Hatter, “Only our brotherly love will rise to the east. If you kindly mention the apostle of God, give him the greeting of the poetic villager.”

Qatari officials continued to seek the illegal demolition of Palestinian dwellings. In a recent video, Israeli troops shot an unarmed homeowner and helplessly watched the house be demolished.

“”Choose the right answer, Israel 70 years [of] The professions are: vDo you blame women / human rights? The last colonial apartheid system on the planet? Still, women’s rights / boycott heroes don’t call coz: It goes beyond the intentional law Because they don’t say Allah Akbar before they demolish / kill [okay]”Al Khater commented on a recent video.

Al-Hatter’s comments are prominent by the international community for Palestinian suffering, as the Zionist state continues to act unpunished without taking explicit action to put an end to the illegal occupation. Come out in silence.

Critics of the international community point out the “soft language” used by world leaders whenever they comment on Israeli crimes, especially when compared to the accusations of other states. The wording problem is that terms such as “apartheid,” “settler colonialism,” and “forced disposition” are used to describe exactly what is happening on the stolen Palestinian land. Along with claiming activists, it has become important in recent months.

Land theft for over 70 years

For over 70 years, Palestinians have witnessed their own ethnic cleansing that Israel continues to give way for Jewish settlers from abroad.

while From 1947 to 1949 At least 750,000 Palestinians from 1.9 million indigenous people Nakuba (Catastrophe), more mass displacement Nakusa 1967.

“They had no mercy”: Palestinians remember the moment they became refugees in 1948.

To date, Nakuba continues while Israel continues to destroy more homes and force indigenous Arabs out of their lands.

by United NationsJuly recorded the second highest number of demolition in 2021 compared to the same period in 2020. During the first seven months of the year, demolition increased by 40% and migration increased by 87% in the illegally occupied West Bank.

The movement of Palestinians is also severely restricted, 700 obstacles It is located around the west bank, including 140 checkpoints.

Palestinians wait hours at military checkpoints to move from one area to another, and are often attacked by Israeli soldiers, according to human rights groups, including Israelis such as B’Tselem.

More than 140,000 Palestinians in Jerusalem are also physically isolated from the west coast by 700 km of concrete walls built by Israel in violation of all international law.

As Human Rights Watch describes it as an apartheid nation, Palestinians struggle to harvest crops in their villages, so the basics of water, electricity, etc. without Israel’s permission. Access to popular resources is denied.

This was seen during the olive harvest season in October. At least 900 olives And the apricot saplings were uprooted by Jewish settlers in the village of Sebastian, north of Nables. The Palestinian olive tree is over 4,000 years old and is one of the oldest in the world.

Meanwhile, mass arrests of Palestinians continue daily.

According to the Palestinian Prisoner Support Human Rights Association, Adamia, there are at least 170 child prisoners, 500 administrative detainees and 32 female prisoners.

In total, at least 4,550 Palestinians I’m currently behind the bar.

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