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Khudari: Arab FMs decisions "disappointing"

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images_news_2009_01_01_khudari_300_0MP Jamal Al-Khudari, the head of the popular anti siege committee in Gaza, has asserted that the Arab foreign ministers should have agreed on lifting the siege on Gaza and ending the Israeli aggression in addition to backing the Palestinian people with all means.

Khudari in a statement on Wednesday said that the decisions adopted by the Arab foreign ministerial meeting at the Arab League in Cairo were disappointing.

He said that current circumstances furnish the way before a comprehensive Arab unity to confront aggression and support the Palestinian people's steadfastness more than any time before.

The MP pointed in this respect to the worsening humanitarian conditions in the Gaza Strip including thousands of casualties, tightened siege and closure of all crossings, which in turn entailed sharp reduction in aid and relief assistance.

The Arab foreign ministers decided at conclusion of their meeting on Wednesday to table a draft resolution with the UN Security Council demanding an immediate halt to the Israeli aggression on Gaza and opening of all crossings.

 
 
 
 
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