Sheikh Zayed calls for pressure on Israel to withdraw from Arab lands
United Arab Emirates-Palestine, Politics, 12/2/1998
President of the United Arab Emirates UAE Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan al-Nahyan has called upon the ME peace process sponsors, the US and Russia and the European Union EU to place more pressure on Israel so as to withdrawal from all occupied Arab and Palestinian territories, including Jerusalem.
The Gulf News agency, said that Sheikh Zayed stressed in a solidarity message he addressed to the chairman of the committee in charge of practicing the rights of the Palestinian people on the occasion of the world day in solidarity with the Palestinian people, Sheikh Zayed stressed the need of immediate halting of all Israeli provocative violations which adversely reflected not only on the conditions of the Palestinian people, but also the question of peace, security and stability in the Arab region and the world as a whole.
Sheikh Zayed reiterated full support for the ambitions of the Palestinian people to liberating their lands and restoring their inalienable rights, including their rights to self determination and the establishment of their independent states with Jerusalem as a capital.
Sheikh Zayed strongly condemned all grave policies pursued by Israel inside the occupied Arab territories and its violation of religious sites in occupied holy Jerusalem and Hebron. He viewed the Israeli measures in the Arab territories as illegal and a violation to the resolutions of the UN Security Council and the UN General Assembly.
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