Arab Inter-Parliamentary Union (APU) concludes its conference with a series of resolutions to support the Palestinian people
The Arab Inter-Parliamentary Union concluded its conference today under the theme: “Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Palestine”, in Amman the Jordanian capital, where it issued a closing statement and adopted a set of resolutions recommended by the political committee of the Union. The resolutions are generally on the Palestinian issue, and particularly on Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Palestine.
The resolutions of the Conference emphasized the centrality of the Palestinian issue as the first issue of the Arab nation and that there is no peace and stability in the region without a permanent and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian issue, on the basis of the resolutions of international legitimacy and the Arab peace initiative. It ends the Israeli occupation of all the occupied Arab territories and leads to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital, and return of the Palestinian refugees to their land from which they were displaced and to compensate them for the losses incurred in accordance with UN Resolution 194 on the right of return.
The Conference also affirmed its total rejection of all American initiatives, especially the so-called "Deal of the Century". And the support of the Palestinian people under the leadership of President Mahmoud Abbas, President of Palestine in his categorical rejection of those initiatives that detract from the rights of the Palestinian people to return and establish its independent state with Jerusalem as its capital, on the borders of fourth of June 1967.
The conference also condemned the Israeli attacks on the Al-Aqsa Mosque and its gates, the last of which was the closure of the Gate of Mercy with the iron chains, as well as the daily incursions into the mosque and preventing worshipers from reaching it and protecting the settlers during their storming of the mosque, as preparation for the spatial and temporal dividing of Jerusalem Holy Mosque.
The conference also condemned and rejected the decision of the Israeli occupation government to pirate the money of the Palestinian people by deducting part of the Palestinian tax revenues on the pretext that part of it goes to care for the families of the martyrs and the wounded, and the families of the heroic detainees, and a clear violation and flagrant violation of Israel's obligations under the agreements signed, Paris Economic Protocol in particular.
The conference also called upon Arab parliaments to work with their governments to re-activate the Arab financial security net approved by the Arab summits to support the Palestinian people and their legitimate institutions in the face of the American financial siege and Israeli piracy of the Palestinian people's money.
The conference also called upon the Arab parliaments to take urgent and effective financial and political measures and measures and to activate the financial funds established to protect Jerusalem to face the dangers of Christian and Islamic sanctities and to address the policies of ethnic cleansing of the city.
The conference stressed the Arab peace initiative, which has become international according to the Quartet and the road map, which states that no normalization and peace with the Israeli occupation state until after the withdrawal of its forces from all occupied Arab territories and after the establishment of an independent state of Palestine with Jerusalem as its capital.
The conference condemned the continuation of the Israeli occupation by following the policy of ethnic and racial cleansing in the city of Jerusalem, which was recently notified of the eviction of the inhabitants of 200 houses in Old Jerusalem to evacuate their homes. The family of Abu Assab, whose home has been inhabited for 56 years, was the first of this arbitrary racist decision.
At the end of the conference, Atef al-Tarawana, chairman of the Jordanian parliament, received the chairmanship of the Arab Inter-Parliamentary Union from the Speaker of the Egyptian Parliament, Ali Abdel-A