‘Even if only one Palestinian remains, their resistance will persist’

Senate Speaker Faisal Al-Fayez
Senate President Faisal Al-Fayez. (File photo: Jordan News)
AMMAN —  “If there is only one Palestinian remaining in the world, he will continue to resist,” Senate President Faisal Al-Fayez stated on Monday. Fayez emphasized the resilience of the Palestinian people on their national soil, he also affirmed that the will and determination of the Palestinian people seeking freedom and independence cannot be broken, as reported by Al-Ghad.اضافة اعلان

During his statement, Al-Fayez praised His Majesty King Abdullah's consistent emphasis on the importance of a just and comprehensive resolution to the Palestinian issue in line with international resolutions. HM warned repeatedly about the consequences of Israel's actions and the international community's neglect of the Palestinian cause.

Meanwhile, Al-Fayez highlighted Jordan's strong political and security position. He commended King Abdullah II's decisive stance on the Israeli aggression in Gaza, labeling it as war crimes and genocide. Jordan took clear steps, including recalling its ambassador from Tel Aviv, rejecting the return of the Israeli ambassador, demanding an end to the aggression, providing relief and medical aid, and establishing a second Jordanian field hospital in Gaza.

Al-Fayez emphasized Jordan's rejection of forced displacement in Sinai or the West Bank. He called for a strong international alliance to sponsor the peace process, leading to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital. Al-Fayez stressed that without international pressure on Israel to accept international decisions, the conflict will persist.

He pointed out the economic and social impact on Jordan due to the regional situation, particularly in services, tourism, and trade. Al-Fayez expressed optimism about stronger support from friendly and sisterly countries and emphasized the need to address economic challenges, focusing on food and agricultural security, utilizing water resources, and tackling administrative inefficiencies for better services and investments.

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