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Palestine Liberation Organization: Today is a black day in the history of Arab regimes

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The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) has called it a “black day” for the normalization agreement signed between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain, hosted by US President Donald Trump.

“Today is a black day in the history of the Arab regimes and a sad day for the Palestinian people and the Palestinian cause,” Abu Yusuf, a member of the PLO Executive Board and Secretary General of the Palestinian Liberation Front, told Reuters.” said.

“UAE and Bahraini executives today presented a letter of confidence to the United States and Israel.”Abu Yusuf said,” he said.:

“This is another treacherous knife blow to the struggle, rights, sanctity and sacrifice of the Palestinian people. This is not a betrayal of the Palestinian cause, but also a betrayal of the goals of the Arab and Islamic Ummah. This agreement was signed under the so-called ‘agreement of the century’, prepared by the United States, which aims to eliminate the Palestinian issue and imposes forest rules as an alternative to decisions of international law.”

“The execution of this plan under the Zionist-American alliance gives the occupier more power to further increase the crimes he has committed against the Palestinian people, confiscate his land, ethnic cleansing in all occupied Palestinian territories, and a policy of collective punishment. The US, the occupier (Israel) and the normalization trio pose a serious threat to the Palestinian cause. said.

Abu Yusuf also added that normalization has led to impunity for what Israel has done to the Palestinian people.

TODAY, THE UAE AND BAHRAIN SIGNED AN AGREEMENT TO SUBMIT TO THE STATE OF OCCUPATION”

“Today, the UAE and Bahrain have signed an agreement on dependence, protection and submission to the state of occupation,” said Majid Al-Fityani, Secretary General of the Revolutionary Council of the Fatah movement.” said.

“Unfortunately, this agreement was signed on the eve of the massacre of Sabra and Shatilla (September 16, 1982), when the Palestinians wrote in their blood their covenant and words that the struggle would continue until Palestine survived. This is a dark day. It is a day of shame for the rulers of the UAE and Bahrain.”Fityani stressed that the UAE and Bahrain have no right to speak on behalf of the Palestinians.

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