The Organization of Islamic Cooperation on Monday dismissed US President Donald Trump’s harmony plan for the Middle East, approaching its 57 member states not to help execute it.
The Islamic body, which speaks to more than 1.5 billion Muslims around the world, “dismisses this US-Israeli arrangement as it doesn’t meet the base goals and real rights of the Palestinian individuals and deny the terms of reference of the harmony procedure”, it said in an announcement.
A gathering of foreign ministers at OIC headquarter in the Saudi city of Jeddah approached “all part states not ‘to’ manage this arrangement or help out the US organization try to uphold it in any capacity or structure”.
Under the US plan disclosed a week ago, Israel would hold control of the disputed city of Jerusalem as its ‘complete capital’ and extension settlements on Palestinian lands.
Trump said Palestinians would be permitted to declare a capital inside added east Jerusalem.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation ‘OIC’ emphasized its help for east Jerusalem as capital of a future Palestinian state, focusing on its “Middle Easterner and Islamic character”. It said harmony would “just be accomplished with the finish of the Israeli occupation, the full withdrawal from the region of the State of Palestine specifically the blessed city of Al-Quds Al-Sharif ‘Jerusalem’ and the other Arab regions involved since the June 1967 ‘Middle East war’.
The Arab League on Saturday likewise dismissed the unsure arrangement, saying at a gathering in Cairo that it didn’t meet the ‘base rights’ of the Palestinians.
They demanded a two-state arrangement that incorporates a Palestinian state dependent on borders before the 1967 war, when Israel involved the West Bank and Gaza, and with east Jerusalem as its capital.
Palestinian pioneer Mahmud Abbas declared in Cairo that he will cut all ties with Israel and the US.
‘We are advising you that there will be no relations with you ‘Israel’ and the United States, including for security collaboration,’ he said.
The Trump plan additionally gives Israel the green light to add the vital Jordan Valley building up 30 percent of the West Bank, and every Jewish settlement, which number add than 200.
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