Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Calls for the formation of a fact-finding committee on the excavations of the occupation in al-Aqsa and its surroundings

warned the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of the dangers of excavations carried out by the occupation and its crews and arms under the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque and the old town in occupied Jerusalem, especially since the occupation is carrying out large-scale excavation work in that area whose nature is not revealed.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed in a statement yesterday, Monday, that the catastrophic results of excavations appear in the winter through large cracks in the homes and shops of citizens, which usually leads to water leakage from the top and bottom and flooding parts of it, as was shown two days ago in the Bab Al-Silsilah neighborhood in the town The Old in Occupied Jerusalem. This is in addition to cracks in the roads and walls, amid widespread and deliberate negligence by occupation municipality crews, who resort to trying to blackmail the citizens to evacuate their homes on the pretext of these landslides and cracks, to implement Jewish settlement projects in the areas adjacent to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, bearing in mind that a number of those buildings threatened by excavations are historic And antique.

The Ministry condemned the continuous excavations of the occupation authorities in Occupied East Jerusalem, aimed mainly at changing the existing historical and legal reality, and trying to impose the occupation's version by force by forging archaeological monuments above and below the ground.

The Ministry held the American and Israeli governments fully responsible for the results and repercussions of the colonial Judaic excavation, calling on the international community and its specialized organizations and institutions, particularly UNESCO, to assume international responsibility and force the occupation to stop these excavations immediately, and also called for the formation of a fact-finding committee to determine the occupation's excavations and its dangers.

The Ministry considered that the excavations of the occupation in the blessed vicinity of Al-Aqsa a crime, in accordance with international law and the Geneva Conventions, and that it is therefore imperative to hold Israeli officials accountable for these actions.

 

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