The Presidential Committee for Civil Peace meets with the Chief Prosecutor of Hebron

Hebron – Together – With the aim of strengthening civil peace and communicating with institutions, the Presidential Committee for Civil Peace, headed by the leader of the Fatah movement, Lafi Ghaith, and members of the committee, former minister Dr. A…


Hebron – Together – With the aim of strengthening civil peace and communicating with institutions, the Presidential Committee for Civil Peace, headed by the leader of the Fatah movement, Lafi Ghaith, and members of the committee, former minister Dr. Anwar Abu Aisha, the economic advisor and member of the Board of Directors of the Hebron Chamber, Ahmed Hassouna, and the journalist Muhammad Al-Awewi, held a meeting. On Thursday, with the Chief Prosecutor of Hebron, Mr. Majdi Rabi, in the presence of the Chief Prosecutor, Munther Al-Zughair.

Ghaith praised the efforts made by the Public Prosecution in moving and filing cases, following up on citizens’ rights, and their diligent and continuous work despite the difficult economic conditions and security complexities of Hebron Governorate in particular and the country in general.

He spoke about many issues related to civil peace, and the importance of completing the files of crimes that occur by arresting those involved and suspected of carrying out these crimes,
including murder and trafficking in prohibited materials, stressing that this will contribute to achieving justice, stopping bloodshed, and preserving civil peace.

For his part, Counselor Hassouna spoke about the issues of bounced checks, their negative impact on economic life, the economic crimes committed and the role of the Public Prosecution in enhancing economic and social security, and its impact on security stability, which will encourage businessmen to open new economic establishments and set the wheel in motion. Economic.

Dr. Abu Aisha also spoke about a number of laws established by the legislator that guarantee the preservation of rights, and the pioneering role played by the Public Prosecution, noting the necessity of amending some regulations and instructions that obstruct the progress of litigation and facilitating legal matters for citizens, praising at the same time the members of the Public Prosecution. He expressed his pride in them, especially since some of them had studied under him at t
he Faculty of Law at Al-Quds University.

For his part, Mr. Rabi thanked the Presidential Committee for Civil Peace for their complementary role to the role of the Public Prosecution in many cases, stressing that the Public Prosecution will take into account the issues that were raised during the meeting, and stressing that it will continue its work to achieve justice and nothing will stop it in its path. Make it happen.

Source: Maan News Agency

Criticism: We did not declare an emergency and severing the banking relationship has a negative impact on Israel as well

Ramallah Ma’an – The Monetary Authority denied news circulating indicating that the banking system declared a state of emergency in the wake of Israeli threats to sever the banking relationship with Palestinian banks.

It confirmed in a statement that…


Ramallah Ma’an – The Monetary Authority denied news circulating indicating that the banking system declared a state of emergency in the wake of Israeli threats to sever the banking relationship with Palestinian banks.

It confirmed in a statement that these publications are baseless, and that the term ‘state of emergency’ is not used in banking crises.

The Monetary Authority clarifies that Palestinian banks play the role of mediators in bilateral trade with the Israeli side, and that severing the correspondent banking relationship will have a negative impact on the Palestinian and Israeli economies as well as on trade relations.

The Monetary Authority works with the competent Palestinian authorities and many international parties to maintain the banking relationship to facilitate trade exchange procedures and payment of prices for goods and services, and to prevent a humanitarian crisis that may occur as a result of any unilateral action.

The Monetary Authority indicates that the Palestinian banking system
maintains correspondent banking relationships with a wide network of banks around the world that qualify it to continue providing services to citizens locally and globally, as banking relationships with the outside world will not be affected in all cases.

The Monetary Authority stressed that the banking system manages its risks efficiently and competently, and that it and the banks take precautionary and proactive measures to confront potential risks. The Monetary Authority calls on the esteemed media outlets to return to them before publishing misleading information about the sectors subject to its supervision and control, especially in these exceptional circumstances.

In this regard, the Monetary Authority noted that it periodically publishes all financial and banking indicators on the performance of the Palestinian banking sector, and all indicators indicate its strength and ability to deal with various crises in a way that denies rumors and allegations aimed at undermining confidence in the Palestinian
banking system.

Source: Maan News Agency

Hamdan and the Moroccan ambassador discuss aspects of joint cooperation

Bethlehem Together – Minister of Culture, Imad Hamdan, stressed the importance of strengthening cultural cooperation between Palestine and Morocco, and developing bilateral relations in the fields of literature, arts and heritage. This came during his…


Bethlehem Together – Minister of Culture, Imad Hamdan, stressed the importance of strengthening cultural cooperation between Palestine and Morocco, and developing bilateral relations in the fields of literature, arts and heritage. This came during his meeting, today, Thursday, with the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to the State of Palestine, Abdel Rahim Meziane.

Minister Hamdan praised the historical relations and cultural ties that bring together the Palestinian and Moroccan peoples, stressing the importance of exchanging expertise and cultural experiences between the two countries, expressing his deep appreciation for the continued support provided by the Kingdom of Morocco to the Palestinian people.

For his part, Ambassador Meziane stressed Morocco’s commitment to supporting Palestinian culture and enhancing cultural cooperation, noting the importance of organizing a series of joint events that include joint cultural weeks between the two countries.

Source: Maan News Agency

Democracy warns of the danger of the American-Israeli conditions on power

Ramallah Together – The Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine issued a statement, warning of the American-Israeli pressure on the Palestinian Authority and its hidden goals, and the danger it poses to national interests and to the structure…


Ramallah Together – The Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine issued a statement, warning of the American-Israeli pressure on the Palestinian Authority and its hidden goals, and the danger it poses to national interests and to the structures of the Palestinian political system.

The Democratic Front said: The pressures exerted by the American administration, through its delegations to the region, including US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, and the National Security Advisor in the White House, Jake Sullivan, and the conditions and dictates it placed on the authority, aim to rebuild the authority’s organs, institutions, and programs. Security, educational, media and financial, and the redistribution of powers, all reveal hidden intentions, aiming to arrest the Palestinian national project, and reformulate its vocabulary, to be consistent with the goals of the United States and Israel, with regard to the future of the West Bank and the project of displacement and annexation, or anything related
to The future of the Gaza Strip, its separation from the West Bank, and the overthrow of the project of an independent Palestinian state with full sovereignty, with Jerusalem as its capital.

The Democratic Front added: These American moves coincide with a series of proposals presented by the Israeli Minister of Finance, Bezalel Smotrich, to steal $6 billion in clearance funds accumulated in Israel, and raise the deduction rate from tax funds to 30%, which leads to a large allocation of the authority’s resources. And creating a structural deficit in its budgets will reflect on the social and security reality and stability in the West Bank.

The Democratic Front also warned against Smotrich’s proposal to recover Norway’s financial deposit allocated to the Gaza Strip from the Authority’s budget, which would further deepen the state of social unrest in the occupied Palestinian territories.

The Democratic Front also warned of the colonial settlement projects that are rearing their head in the West Bank, starting
with the re-legislation of the four settlements in the northern West Bank, all the way to the new old project, which the Netanyahu government is adopting to expand settlement and displacement in the (E1) area east of Jerusalem, which will… It leads to the separation of the northern and southern West Bank, without forgetting the project to annex the settlements south of Hebron, and declare them belonging to the occupied Palestinian Negev.

The Democratic Front confirmed that the risks of the American-Israeli alliance projects are escalating day after day, in an attempt to bring about a political coup in the West Bank, which would put our legitimate national rights and the future of the national issue in jeopardy.

The Democratic Front stressed the necessity of having a national strategy that rises to the level of the event, its developments, and its risks, and abandons the policy of waiting, or betting on the United States, and stops dealing with it, as it is considered an intermediary between the authority
and the occupation, and begins dealing with it, as it is a partner of the occupation in the West Bank, and a partner. In the genocidal war against our people in the Gaza Strip

Source: Maan News Agency

The Minister of Transport and Communications meets the Qatari Minister of Transport

Ramallah – Ma’an – The Minister of Transport and Communications, Eng. Tariq Zourob with the Qatari Minister of Transport, Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, on the sidelines of the Future of Aviation Conference, which was held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.


Ramallah – Ma’an – The Minister of Transport and Communications, Eng. Tariq Zourob with the Qatari Minister of Transport, Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, on the sidelines of the Future of Aviation Conference, which was held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.

Minister Zourab conveyed the greetings of President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Dr. Muhammad Mustafa to the Emir of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.

The two parties stressed the depth of the bilateral relationship between the two countries and the role of the State of Qatar in standing by the Palestinian people and the Palestinian cause in all state and Arab forums.

Minister Zorob explained the reality of the difficulties and challenges faced by our Palestinian people in general in the city of Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and the great destruction caused to the transportation sector in the southern and northern governorates and the siege of the city of Jerusalem through the systematic practices of the occupation and its
settlers against the Palestinian people and their property.

The Qatari Minister of Transport affirmed that the State of Qatar has been and will remain alongside the Palestinian people and is fully prepared to provide all support to the State of Palestine and assist in the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip after the end of the war.

The meeting was attended by the Ambassador of the State of Palestine in Riyadh, Bassam Al-Agha and M. Mahmoud Khaled, head of the Civil Aviation Authority.

Source: Maan News Agency

The General Union of Non-Governmental Organizations appreciates the decision of Norway, Spain and Ireland to recognize the State of Palestine

Ramallah – Together – The General Union of Palestinian NGOs welcomed the just and courageous decision taken by the Kingdom of Norway, the Kingdom of Spain and the Republic of Ireland to recognize the State of Palestine.

She continued, “This expresses…


Ramallah – Together – The General Union of Palestinian NGOs welcomed the just and courageous decision taken by the Kingdom of Norway, the Kingdom of Spain and the Republic of Ireland to recognize the State of Palestine.

She continued, “This expresses the victory of the Palestinian right to establish an independent state with Jerusalem as its capital, and for the Palestinian people to live in security and peace like other peoples, in accordance with international law and the resolutions of international legitimacy, in light of the genocidal war, ethnic cleansing, and forced displacement taking place against Palestinian civilians.” Children, women and the elderly at the hands of the Israeli occupation army.’

The General Union called on the United States of America and the rest of the European Union countries, led by Britain, France and Germany, to take a similar decision to recognize the State of Palestine, implement international law and international legitimacy resolutions, and end the historical injustice
to which the Palestinian people have been exposed and continues to be, represented by the Israeli occupation.

The General Union called on all countries of the world, especially the permanent members of the UN Security Council, to work for the Council to ratify the resolutions of the United Nations General Assembly to recognize the full membership of the State of Palestine in order to achieve peace and stability in the region in accordance with the vision of the two-state solution, and based on the relevant international legitimacy resolutions and the initiative Arabic peace.

Source: Maan News Agency