Organization of Islamic Cooperation

“Islamic Cooperation” on the 76th anniversary of the Palestinian Nakba: a dark mark in the human conscience and a continuing setback to the values ​​of freedom and justice

grandmother (UNA) - The Organization of Islamic Cooperation commemorates on this day the 76th anniversary of the Nakba of Palestine’s land, people and history, following the establishment of Israel, the colonial occupying force, and the accompanying crimes of genocide, ethnic cleansing, organized terrorism, forced displacement, the deliberate destruction of hundreds of Palestinian villages, and the confiscation of land and property. For the authentic Palestinian people.

The repercussions of the Nakba chapters continue in an unprecedented manner through crimes of murder, destruction, forced displacement, and genocide as a result of the continuing Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people, which led to the rise of more than 35 martyrs and about 79 wounded, the majority of whom are women, children, and the elderly.

On this occasion, the organization affirms that this painful memory is still alive in the individual and collective memory of the Islamic nation, as a dark mark in the human conscience and a setback to the values ​​of freedom and justice, due to the human tragedies, mass displacement, and denial of the legitimate national rights of the Palestinian people. The Organization of Islamic Cooperation reaffirms the responsibility of the international community towards the necessity of ending the Israeli occupation and activating international justice mechanisms to hold Israel, the occupying power, accountable for the crimes it has committed against humanity, and to correct the historical injustice that continues to befall the Palestinian people.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation also expresses its appreciation and appreciation for the role of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) and its tireless efforts in providing basic services to the estimated 6.5 million Palestinian refugees. The commitment of the international community towards the implementation of United Nations resolutions and the need to find a just and lasting solution to the issue of the Palestinian refugees.

On this occasion, the organization expresses its respect and appreciation to the Palestinian people who, despite the recurring chapters and repercussions of this painful Nakba over the decades, were able to continue the path of their just struggle in all its forms, in order to defend their land, the cradle of civilizations, cultures and divine religions, and to protect their national identity, continuing to His efforts to embody his freedom, independence and sovereignty over his national territory.

On this occasion, the organization reaffirms its firm support for the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people, foremost of which is their right to return, and the embodiment of the establishment of their independent state on the borders of June 1967, XNUMX, with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital.

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