At the same time that the Israeli army’s ground entry into Gaza became imminent, after Israel has Supposedly And from Saturday onwards the intensity of the attacks will increaseThe peace summit held in Cairo, Egypt, to discuss the “Palestinian issue,” ended without a joint statement from the 34 countries and organizations present.
Egypt, the country that called for the meeting, issued a memorandum appreciating the efforts made to reach consensus above political or religious positions, to confront this crisis and the situation between Israel and Palestine, with a special focus on the Gaza Strip. But the organizing state, in a statement issued by the Egyptian presidency, strongly criticized the borders between Arab countries and Western countries.
“While we see one side easily condemning the killing of innocent people, on the other side we see an incomprehensible reluctance to condemn the act itself. Rather, we see attempts to justify this killing, as if the life of the Palestinian person is less important than the lives of others.”
It was clear from the first moment that there was a consensus among the meeting participants in favor of the idea Reactivating the two-state solutionproposed by the United Nations in 1974.
But the gap in sensitivity between the Arab world and the West regarding the assessment of the situation of the Palestinians was also noted, as Arab sources told the Spanish EFE agency that the final announcement had not been issued, despite agreement on many issues, due to the European refusal to hold Israel responsible for the killing of civilians and to demand an end to shooting.
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