Noten 4 en 5/Astrid Essed weer ten strijde tegen NOS Teletekst

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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

DAMNING EVIDENCE OF WAR CRIMES AS ISRAELI ATTACKS

WIPE OUT ENTIRE FAMILIES IN GAZA

20 OCTOBER 2023

ZIE VOOR GEHELE TEKST NOOT 10 UIT

BTSELEM.ORG

ISRAEL IS STARVING GAZA

8 JANUARY 2024

https://www.btselem.org/press_releases/20240108_israel_is_starving_gaza

ZIE VOOR GEHELE TEKST NOOT 11 UIT

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

ISRAEL: UNLAWFUL GAZA BLOCKADE DEADLY FOR CHILDREN

Denial of Water, Fuel, Electricity Endangers Lives

18 OCTOBER 2023
https://www.hrw.org/news/2023/10/18/israel-unlawful-gaza-blockade-deadly-children

ZIE VOOR GEHELE TEKST, NOOT 12 UIT
https://www.astridessed.nl/noten-10-t-m-12-israelische-terreur/

ZIE OOK

MAIL ASTRID ESSED AAN NOS TELETEKST/”UW BERICHTGEVING

DD 15 JANUARI 2024/”SPELER ISRAEL OPGEPAKT IN TURKIJE”

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REUTERS.COM

SAUDI-ARABIA: NO ISRAEL TIES WITHOUT RECOGNITION

OF PALESTINIAN STATE

7 FEBRUARY 2024

https://www.reuters.com/world/middle-east/saudi-arabia-says-there-will-be-no-diplomatic-relations-with-israel-without-an-2024-02-07/#:~:text=The%20Saudi%20foreign%20ministry%20statement,East%20Jerusalem%20as%20its%20capital%22.

RIYADH, Feb 7 (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia has told the United States it will not open diplomatic relations with Israel unless an independent Palestinian state is recognised on 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital, its foreign ministry said on Wednesday.

Riyadh reiterated its call for permanent members of the U.N. Security Council that have not recognised a Palestinian state on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital to do so, a ministry statement said.

It was referring to a state the Palestinians have long sought to establish alongside Israel in territories Israel occupied in a 1967 war: the West Bank including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip.

The statement added that “Israeli aggression” against the Gaza Strip must also stop and Israeli forces must withdraw from the territory.

The United States had led months of diplomacy to get Saudi Arabia to normalise ties with Israel and recognise the country until the Gaza war began in October, leading Riyadh to shelve the matter in the face of Arab anger over Israel’s offensive.

Reuters reported last week that Saudi Arabia would be willing to accept a political commitment from Israel to create a Palestinian state, rather than anything more binding, to try to get a defence pact with Washington approved before this year’s U.S. presidential election.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who is touring the region, said Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had “reiterated Saudi Arabia‚Äôs strong interest in pursuing” normalisation when they met this week.

“But he also made clear what he had said to me before, which is that in order to do that two things are required: an end to the conflict in Gaza and a clear, credible, time-bound path to the establishment of a Palestinian state,” Blinken said.

On Tuesday, White House National Security spokesperson John Kirby said that the Biden administration has received positive feedback that Saudi Arabia and Israel are willing to continue to have normalisation discussions.

MINISTRY STATEMENT

The Saudi foreign ministry statement said the “Kingdom has communicated its firm position to the U.S. administration that there will be no diplomatic relations with Israel unless an independent Palestinian state is recognized on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital”.

It reiterated “its call to the permanent members of the U.N. Security Council that have not yet recognized the Palestinian state, to expedite the recognition of the Palestinian state on the 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital”.

The Gaza war has put renewed focus on the idea of the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, even though negotiations have been moribund for years.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he will not compromise on full Israeli security west of the Jordan River and that this stands contrary to a Palestinian state.

Countries including the United States and Britain have reiterated their support for the two-state solution.

British Foreign Secretary David Cameron said last week there would be a time when Britain would look to recognise a Palestinian state, including at the United Nations.

Reporting by Enas Alashray in Cairo and Humeyra Pamuk; Writing by Tom Perry; Editing by Stephen Coates and Timothy Heritage

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