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Parliament Passed a Resolution to Stop Israeli Attacks on Palestine

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called for recognizing the just demands of Palestine. She stated that human rights violations are occurring in Palestine, and they need to be stopped.

During a discussion in the National Parliament yesterday, the Prime Minister expressed her strong condemnation of Israeli attacks and killings in Palestine, demanding an end to such incidents. At the end of the discussion, the proposal was unanimously accepted by the National Parliament.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina stated, “Israel, which was once a great nation, has gradually occupied small parts of Palestine. Yet, they do not accept a two-state formula. What we want is for the just demands of Palestine to be recognized, and their state to be restored. That’s what we desire.”

Sheikh Hasina pointed out that they have heard about human rights abuses. Many things have been heard. The people of Palestine are living in inhumane conditions. Israel attacked hospitals, where mothers provided shelter to their children, and carried out air attacks and bombings. It is a horrific incident. There is no language to describe it. How could they attack hospitals, a place like a sanctuary?

The Prime Minister mentioned that she has expressed her condemnation of the massacres in Palestine whenever she has attended international forums. Bangladesh has already sent medicines, food, and supplies for women and children to Palestine. But it is not possible to send these directly to Palestine; they are sent to Egypt. From there, they will reach their destination.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, “Food and water have been cut off in Gaza, creating an inhumane situation. People there are crying out.”

“We have proposed a ceasefire with the Arab League and a call for a halt to war at the United Nations. We have received support from 120 countries. We want at least a service corridor to be opened so that the people of that place can survive. The closure of that service corridor is causing suffering. What Israel is doing to the people of Palestine, they will never accept it.”

In the discussion at the Parliament, the common proposal was brought by Awami League parliament member Abu Hasan Mahmud Ali. In the proposal, it is stated that the National Parliament of Bangladesh strongly condemns the extreme condemnation of the Israeli genocide and demands an end to such massacres. Extreme violations of human rights have taken place in the Israeli massacre in Gaza. This parliament calls upon the conscience of all humanity, nations, and institutions to come forward to protect the people of Palestine and effectively advance the establishment of an independent, sovereign state. The proposal also extends a high call to the Muslim Ummah of the world to protect the people of Palestine and to effectively advance the establishment of an independent, sovereign state.

In the discussion of the proposal, Workers Party President Rashed Khan Menon said that those who opposed Bangladesh’s Liberation War were on Israel’s side. ISIS issued a fatwa against the President of Russia. But in the case of bombings and the killing of women and children in Gaza, there has been no condemnation by the BNP-Jamaat.

Information and Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud said that Israel has attacked Gaza’s hospitals. It is not mentioned in the words of the BNP-Jamaat. Instead, they have taken to the streets, protesting against the arrest of ISIS leaders. They did not say a word about the attack on hospitals.

Among others, Amir Hossain Amu, Tofail Ahmed, Sheikh Fazlul Karim Selim, AK Abdul Momen, Kazi Firoz Rashid, Rustam Ali Farazi, Masihur Rahman, and the leader of the Tarikat Federation, Najibul Bashar Maizvandari, took part in the discussion. The proposal was unanimously accepted later.

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