The Al-Quds Support Conference hails the role of the Al-Quds Committee chaired by the King

The High-Level Conference on the Protection and Support for the City of Al-Quds, held on Sunday at the headquarters of the Arab League Secretariat, hailed the role of the Al-Quds Committee, chaired by King Mohammed VI, in defense of the Holy City and its preservation as the capital of the State of Palestine as well as its Arab, Islamic and Christian character.

In a final declaration at the end of its work, the Conference also welcomed the actions of the Bayt Mal Al-Quds Acharif Agency, in accordance with the King’s guidelines, aimed at preserving the sacred character of the Holy City and its heritage. cultural and human, as well as the support of its institutions in the face of the systematic Israeli policies of colonization, Judaization and falsification.

Furthermore, the Conference underscored Arab and Islamic collective responsibility towards Al-Quds, calling on all Arab and Islamic countries, organizations and funds, as well as civil society organizations to translate political support into action. practices by providing the necessary support and funding in the areas of development and investment, according to the sectoral development plan of the Palestinian Authority, which aims to save the Holy City, protect its sacred places and consolidate the resistance of its inhabitants and its institutions in the face of plans and practices aimed at Judaizing the City and displacing its inhabitants.

The declaration also highlighted the importance of the involvement of Arab countries, in partnership with investment funds and the Arab private sector, in the establishment of a common voluntary financing mechanism within the framework of the League. Arab States, in order to support small and medium-sized projects aimed at consolidating the resilience of the inhabitants of Al-Quds in their city and enabling them to fight against Israeli policies aimed at compromising their presence in Al-Quds and displacing them.

The Head of Government, Aziz Akhannouch, represented King Mohammed VI at this Conference, which also saw significant Arab and Islamic participation, with the presence in particular of Egyptian Presidents Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi and Palestinian Presidents Mahmoud Abbas Abou Mazen, as well as King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein of Jordan.

The Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, also took part in this event, as well as senior representatives of regional, Arab and international organizations, including the United Nations, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the Non-Aligned Movement, the European Union, the African Union and the Gulf Cooperation Council.

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