Ramallah pause to reject normalization and attempts to recognize the occupation state

The national and Islamic forces organized, this evening, Wednesday, a protest stand at the Al-Manara roundabout in Ramallah, rejecting all forms of normalization projects, and rejecting attempts to recognize the occupation state, and the intention of some countries to transfer their embassies to occupied Jerusalem In conjunction with the work of the 154th session of the Arab League Council at the level of foreign ministers, today, headed by Palestine.

The stand also came to affirm the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people to return, self-determination, an independent state, with Jerusalem as its capital, and support the Arab peoples' movement in rejecting normalization, and in order to pressure their regimes to retreat from these suspicious projects.

The participants, numbering in the dozens, raised banners rejecting normalization and calling for adherence to Palestinian national principles, and waving Palestinian flags as well.

The Coordinator of the National and Islamic Forces in Ramallah and Al-Bireh Governorate, Issam Bakr, told Al-Quds dot com, “This event is organized in the center of Ramallah to send a message in conjunction with the work of the 154th session of the League of Arab States Council at the level of foreign ministers, confirming the commitment of the Palestinian people. "With his legitimate rights, in rejection of all projects of normalization and Arab scrambling that do not in any way benefit the legitimate national rights of the Palestinian people and their legitimate struggle to recover their rights."

Bakr added, "We are entitled to, and we demand a return to the decisions of the Arab consensus to boycott the occupation state until it complies with international law and to stop any relations with the occupation state."

Bakr emphasized, "Today at this particular time in light of the Judaization and racism project, and under the nationalism law, Arabs are practicing and returning to build relations with the occupation state. This is totally unacceptable, and Arabs must return to adhere to the decisions of the Arab Summit and the decisions of the Arab League calling for cutting ties with the occupation state." .

 

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