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Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs, Ayman Al-Safadi, confirmed that Israel places itself above the law, stressing the rejection of the idea of sending Arab forces to Gaza, as he spoke with his Arab counterparts about the matter, and said: “We will not send Arab forces to Gaza.”
Al-Safadi, who participated as a keynote speaker in a dialogue session, within the work of the nineteenth session of the Manama Dialogue, entitled “War, Diplomacy and Reducing Escalation,” stressed that the war on Gaza must be stopped immediately and civilians must be protected, indicating that what is happening is a war crime.
Al-Safadi added that the attack on Gaza is a brutal aggression and not self-defense.
Al-Safadi added that preventing the entry of food, medicine and fuel is a war crime.
Al-Safadi stressed that Jordan will never allow the displacement of Palestinians, and we will do everything necessary to prevent that.
He added that nothing can justify the war in Gaza when it does not achieve security for Israel, noting: “I do not understand how Israel can achieve its goal of destroying Hamas.”