This is not their first attempt, but they don’t want to budge, even if it means making a fool of themselves! The Algerian representatives at the various Arab-Muslim meetings have always tried to minimize the role of Morocco, to highlight the fictitious actions of the khaki regime, just to restore a coat of arms, for a long time eaten away by rust.
The latest scheme is the one attempted during the emergency meeting Thursday in Amman, Jordan, of the Arab Ministerial Committee responsible for international action against illegal Israeli policies and measures in occupied Al-Quds.
Knowing full well that the final communiqué sanctioning this meeting will not fail to salute the role of the King The representative of Algiers, whoAmman, 04/21/2022 (MAP) – The role of King Mohammed VI and the Al- Quds, which he chairs in support of the Holy City and the Maqdissis, the representative of Algiers has done everything to introduce there would be only a paragraph which makes an allusion, even discreet, to the actions, altogether insignificant, of the junta in power in Al Moradiya, in favor of the Palestinian issue.
However, the participants did not give any consideration to this request and the declaration was unanimously adopted as proposed by the chairmanship of the Committee and the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States.
The representative of Algeria at the 4th meeting of the Arab Ministerial Committee in charge of international action against illegal Israeli policies and measures in occupied Al-Quds, therefore had no choice but to express reservations on the declaration .
This new disappointment from Algiers comes the day after an attempt to obstruct a statement by the group of Arab ambassadors to the United Nations in New York concerning the recent escalation in the grounds of the Al-Aqsa mosque, but above all comes confirm the isolation of Algeria at the regional and international levels.
Thus, the final communiqué of this meeting, where Morocco was represented by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad, Nasser Bourita, highlighted the role of the Committee Al-Quds, chaired by King Mohammed VI, through the Bayt Mal Al-Quds Acharif Agency, in support of the Holy City and the Maqdissis, and Arab and Islamic institutional work.
The text also underlines the resilience of the Palestinian people and their institutions in the defense of Al-Quds and its Holy Places, in this case the Al Aqsa Mosque, as well as the right of Palestinians to enjoy their freedom and establish an independent Palestinian state within the 1967 borders with Al-Quds East as its capital on the basis of two states in accordance with international resolutions, the Arab Peace Initiative and the references adopted.
The need for Israel to put an end to its practices of escalation and aggression in all the occupied Palestinian territories, to lift the siege imposed on the Gaza Strip and to put an end to all measures which undermine the security and peace and jeopardize the two-state solution and the chances of achieving a just and comprehensive peace, which remains an Arab strategic choice and a regional and international necessity, was also underlined.
Furthermore, the meeting warned of the consequences of the continued lack of political prospects and economic pressures on the Palestinian people and the Palestinian National Authority, while calling for intensified regional and international efforts to restore and maintain peace and relaunch serious and effective negotiation actions capable of restoring confidence in the peace process and in a consensual solution likely to put an end to the conflict and achieve a just and comprehensive peace.
The statement also expressed the rejection of all illegal Israeli practices aimed at altering the legal and historical status in the holy Al-Aqsa Mosque and any attempt to impose its temporal and spatial division, and the condemnation of these practices as a flagrant violation. international law and Israel’s responsibility as an occupying power.
Furthermore, the participants in this meeting called on Israel to respect the historical and legal status of Al Haram Al Qudsi Acharif (Temple Mount) and to return to what it was before the year 2000, and in a which guarantees respect for the fact that the Al-Aqsa Mosque, with an area of 144 dunums, is a place of worship reserved for Muslims, and the visit of non-Muslims is organized by the Department of Islamic Waqfs under the Jordanian Ministry of Waqfs and Muslim Holy Places in its capacity as the authority having exclusive competence to manage all the affairs of Al Haram and to regulate access thereto.
The meeting discussed the latest developments on the Palestinian scene, ways to reduce the current escalation in Al-Quds and in the courtyards of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, as well as the repercussions and confrontations between the two Palestinian parties. and Israeli that resulted from these developments.
Discussions also focused on ways to put an end to all practices targeting the Arab-Islamic and Christian identity of the city of Al-Quds.
It should be noted that the committee counts among its members in addition to the Kingdom of Morocco, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom of Jordan, the State of Palestine, Qatar, Egypt, Tunisia in its capacity as President of the Arab Summit , and Algeria. The United Arab Emirates, as an Arab state member of the Security Council, and the Secretary General of the League of Arab States will also participate in the meeting.