Arab League calls for sending international protection forces to Hebron

The Arab League yesterday called for sending international protection forces to the occupied Palestinian territories, namely the West Bank city of Hebron, Shehab News Agency reported.
Marking the 26th anniversary of the massacre carried out by an extremist Israeli Jewish settler at the Ibrahimi Mosque, the Arab League condemned the escalating Israeli settler attacks on the heart of Hebron.
The statement pointed out that the Israeli occupation aims to judaise the Palestinian city by increasing the number of settler attacks, as well as by preventing Muslims from performing prayers at the Ibrahimi Mosque.
According to the statement, the Arab League called for the implementation of the terms of the Forth Geneva Convention that prevents such massacres and other acts of terror committed against the Palestinian people.
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“This anniversary coincides with the escalation of the Israeli aggression on the Palestinian rights and existence mainly the right to create an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital,” the statement said.
The statement warned of the recent Israeli decision to install an elevator in the Palestinian holy site which …

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