CAIRO, Nov 17 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Saturday called on Arabs to reassess the way
the international community's handling of the Palestinian cause amidst the
Israeli ongoing assault on Gaza Strip.
"The tragic conditions in Gaza and the Israeli ongoing aggression require
consultations and discussions between all Arab foreign ministers and through
the Arab League," Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Khaled
Al-Hamad Al-Sabah told KUNA following an one-day extraordinary meeting of the
Arab foreign ministers, and before leaving Cairo.
He expressed sorrow for the bloody developments in Gaza which was in
violation of all international laws and agreements.
Sheikh Sabah urged Arab countries to re-evaluate the way the international
community was handling the Israeli practices.
He said the Arab countries should review the principles of the 1991 Madrid
peace conference, the Arab peace initiative and the Quartet.
Sheikh Sabah said the foreign ministers formed two committees, one tasked
with humanitarian aid to Gaza and the other to review the international
community's handling of the Palestinian cause.
The Palestinian people have been deprived of their rights and their
properties and lands were violated over the past 64 years, said the Kuwaiti
minister who asserted that it was time that the Palestinians have their own
Sheikh Sabah thanked Egypt for opening of crossing with Gaza and receiving
the wounded from the strip. (pickup previous)
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