Pakistan President Mamnoon calls for resolution of Palestine dispute for stability in Middle East

2016-03-08 06:09:59 | m usman @ almuslim news
Pakistan President Mamnoon calls for resolution of Palestine dispute for stability in Middle East
Islamic Republic of Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain profile photo


JAKARTA: Islamic Republic of Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain has drawn up resolution of long Palestine dispute in accordance with the aspirations of Palestinian individuals for long lasting and property placidity and stability within the Middle East.

Addressing the two-day eccentric meeting of the heads of OIC states in Jakarta, they spoken the independence and sovereignty of Palestine need to be the primary and foremost priority of Ummah.

They regretted that the basis causes of Palestine and Jammu and Kashmira|geographic area|geographical region|geographic region} disputes are being unmarked.

They verbally expressed the individuals of Pakistan deem the Palestine dispute as its own and can continue to fortify the engenderment of Palestinian state with Al-Qadus Al Sharif as its capital.

Expressing solemn issues over the recent spate of violence within the Palestinian areas, the President verbally expressed the unrestrained utilization of force by Israel is contrary to international laws.

They verbally expressed the Palestinian individuals need to lean the proper to exercise their faith besides their prisoners need to be relinquished.


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