Israel-Hamas Conflict: Islamic world came into action regarding the ongoing war between Hamas-Israel, Saudi Arabia and Qatar took a big step – israel hamas conflict islamic country qatar said trying to negotiate female prisoner swap uae egypt also react on hamas tlifwe
There has been an increase in turmoil in the Islamic world amid the ongoing war between Israel and the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas. Saudi Arabia on Tuesday demanded to call an emergency meeting of the Organization of Cooperation (OIC), an organization of 57 Muslim countries, regarding the Israel-Palestine war.
OIC has condemned Israel’s retaliatory action against Gaza, saying that Israel is responsible for ignoring international resolutions.
Apart from this, the Arab League, an organization of 22 countries, has also called an emergency meeting on Wednesday. According to the regional bloc of the Arab League, the foreign ministers of the Arab League member countries will meet on Wednesday to discuss Israel’s retaliation after the attack on Israel by Hamas. Arab League Deputy Chief Hossam Zaki has issued a statement saying that in this meeting to be held in Cairo, the actions to be taken in Arab countries and at the international level will be discussed.
Muslim country Qatar is also trying to negotiate the swap of female prisoners between Hamas and Israel. At the same time, Islamic country Egypt has discussed this issue with UAE and Saudi Arabia.
According to a report on an Israeli website, the spokesperson of the terrorist organization Hamas has also said that it will negotiate for the release of the terrorists imprisoned in Israel.
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Qatar took this step with the help of America
The website quoted Chinese news agency Xinhua as saying that according to a Hamas source, talks are ongoing between Israel and Hamas for the exchange of prisoners under Qatari mediation. The source has said that with the help of America, Qatar wants to implement an immediate agreement.
Under this agreement, women kidnapped by Hamas will be released in exchange for Palestinian women prisoners imprisoned in Israeli jails. However, the Israeli official has denied this report and said that no talks have taken place yet on the release of the hostages.
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Hamas took more than 130 Israeli citizens hostage
According to the report, the infiltrating Hamas terrorists on Saturday had kidnapped more than 130 Israeli people. Women, children and elderly people are also among the kidnapped people. Many of these have died. At the same time, the remaining people are under the control of Hamas.
According to the report, there are currently 36 Palestinian women imprisoned in Israeli jails, whose release Himas is demanding.
Abdel-Latif al-Kanoua, spokesman for the terrorist organization Hamas, while speaking to the news agency AP on Monday, said, “Hamas wants the release of all its Palestinian prisoners. Also, Israeli targets in the West Bank and Jerusalem, especially in the Al-Aqsa Mosque.” Wants to end the provocation.”
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Saudi Crown Prince Salman spoke to the Egyptian President
The Saudi Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Tuesday saying that the Crown Prince and Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud have spoken on the phone with Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi. During the talks, both countries agreed to intensify efforts to stop the tension in Gaza and its surrounding areas and prevent its expansion in the region.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has stressed that Saudi Arabia stands with Palestinian citizens in achieving their legitimate rights and achieving a just and lasting peace.
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According to a report by news agency AP, Muslim countries Egypt and UAE also discussed the ongoing war between Israel and Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas on Monday.
A statement issued by Egypt’s presidential office said President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and UAE President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan aimed to reduce violence, protect civilians and stop the bloodshed. Agreed on the importance of stepping up diplomatic efforts. The statement said that such efforts should also include the issue of establishing a just and lasting peace.
At the same time, a statement issued by the UAE Foreign Ministry said, “It is shocked that Israeli citizens have been taken hostage in the Hamas attack.” The UAE has described the rocket attacks by Hamas on Israeli towns and villages near the Gaza Strip as serious. The UAE has also expressed its condolences to the families of the victims.
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