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  Arab League appealed to the international parties to protect the Aqsa Mosque
Humanitarian Voice - 2012-02-20

Arab League appealed to the international parties to protect the Aqsa Mosque

The Arab League (AL) warned that the escalating Judaization measures in the occupied city of Jerusalem threaten the stability in the region and the whole world, and appealed to the international parties to protect the Aqsa Mosque against Israel's threats.

In a statement read during a meeting on Sunday, the Arab League stated that all the Israeli measures in Al-Quds (Jerusalem) are illegal under international law and especially the latest resolution issued on October 30 by the UN general-assembly.

The League pointed that Israel's Judaization activities in Al-Quds violate the international humanitarian law, especially the fourth Geneva convention and the Hague convention.

The League also strongly denounced the Israeli aggression actions against the Aqsa Mosque and the Israeli Knesset decision to hold a referendum on their withdrawal from Al-Quds.

It demanded the UN security council, the European union and the UNESCO to assume their responsibilities in this regard and protect the Islamic and Christian holy sites in the occupied Palestinian territory.

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