The General Secretariat of the Arab League on Sunday called on the UN Security Council to end the Zionist occupation and ensure security and peace for the Palestinian people in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967.
In a press release, relayed by the Palestinian press agency, Wafa, the General Secretariat recalled, on the occasion of the commemoration of the 55th anniversary of the Naksa which marks June 5, 1967, that the Palestinian and Arab territories are occupied by the Zionist entity since 1967 for more than five decades.
It further urged the international community to punish Zionist leaders for their crimes committed against the Palestinian people and to move towards a two-state solution as “the only path to peace and security in the region”.
In the process, The Araba League invited on this occasion, the States which have not recognized Palestine to engage in this step, in accordance with the two-State solution, and to put an end to the persistent Zionist occupation for 55 years.
The Palestinians commemorate the Naksa this year, in the context of a “serious Zionist escalation” which has intensified through its army, its aggressions against the Palestinians including the journalists, in particular in occupied Al-Quds, in addition to the desecration of the Muslim and Christian places of worship.