Cairo - Morocco's delegate minister for foreign affairs and cooperation, Mbarka Bouaida, renewed on Wednesday the Kingdom's condemnation of Israeli aggressions against the Palestinians."Morocco strongly condemns the latest violent aggression by Israeli terrorist against a Palestinian toddler", said Bouaida at a meeting in Cairo of the Arab peace initiative.
“Morocco strongly condemns the latest violent aggression by Israeli terrorist against a Palestinian toddler”, said Bouaida at a meeting in Cairo of the Arab peace initiative.
Morocco considers this aggression as a crime against humanity and calls for prosecuting its authors, she stressed, noting that keeping silent on this massacre is a shame for the entire international community.
It is important to get out the deadlock in the Palestinian issue, said Bouaida who also deplored that international powers have been unable to make pressures on the Jewish state to make it return to the negotiation table to reach comprehensive and fair peace to the Israeli occupation and establish a Palestinian independent state within the pre-June 1967 borders.
She also argued that media and political efforts should be intensified to stand up to the Palestinian cause, before reaffirming Morocco’s readiness to adhere to all efforts meant to end the conflict and maintain stability in the region.
Held under Egyptian chairmanship, the meeting is looking into the recent Israeli aggressions, including the burning alive by Palestinian extremists of a toddler in the West Bank.