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Islamic countries should get united about Gaza’s genocide

RABAT, MOROCCO - OCTOBER 15: People carry Palestinian flags and shout slogans in support of Palestine during a Pro-Palestinian demonstration in Rabat, Morocco on October 15, 2023. (Photo by Abu Adem Muhammed/Anadolu via Getty Images)

Although, the war between Palestine and Israel regime has a background of several decades and conflict intensified between the two sides, the ongoing conflict that took thousands of victims, from the Palestinians; roughly among innocent children, is unprecedented in the two sides’ history. The Islamic Emirate’s Foreign Minister, Mawlavi Amir Khan Muttaqi, blamed the international community for a double standard policy regarding the issue of Palestine and said that the world that talks of human rights, human values, freedom and justice, is watching the brutal massacre in the Gaza strip. The country’s foreign minister made the remarks at a high-level consultative conference on Palestine held in Tehran, where, he also called on the Islamic world to be united about the issue of Palestine, saying that the struggle of Palestinians is legitimate and legal. As the guardian of Islam, the Islamic Emirate calls on all influential Islamic countries to play a more effective role in putting an end to the killing of innocent Palestinian people by the Zionist regime and holding the regime accountable for what it is committing brutally in Gaza. Afghanistan is one of the victims of the world’s contradiction, while it is now being sanctioned by west and some of its allies under the pretext of human rights. This is while Afghanistan is stepping up towards sure security and stability after more than four decades of foreign invasions and interferences. The situation in Gaza is more spiraling than before as the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees cannot deliver meaningful aid under intense bombardments of Gaza by the regime after the UN Security Council called for increased access to tackle the ongoing challenges. This is a clear fact that all Muslims are eying the Islamic countries to play their role in putting an end to the ongoing genocide in Gaza and urge the world to impose pressure on the Israeli regime to bend to the ceasefire. Anyway, the latest consultative conference, which was held in Tehran, the capital of the Islamic Republic of Iran, is highly appreciated as it can be an effective step towards drawing the public minds of Muslims against the continued brutal attacks from the Israeli regime forces on the innocent Gazans. All Muslim countries should get united on this issue as more than 20,000 civilians, mostly children have been martyred and thousands of others wounded since the start of the air-and-ground raids of the Zionist regime forces in the war-ravaged enclave, otherwise, the situation would continue the same and the war would take more and more victims by passing each day.

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