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US President Donald Trump said that the Middle East has changed rapidly since the beginning of my tenure of the United States of America, adding that he traveled to Saudi Arabia in the last period to discuss common priorities for the Middle East and met with 50 leaders of the Arab world, and made it clear to them that terrorist groups in the region must be eliminated. Find job opportunities for the region’s youth, and look after them.

Trump added during his speech that since the interview with the Arab world leaders, a lot has been achieved in the Middle East, adding that the US military managed to get rid of the ISIS terrorist organization in the region by 100%.

The leader of the Fatah movement, Azzam Al-Ahmad, said today, Tuesday, that representatives of Hamas will take part in the Palestinian leadership meeting called by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss mechanisms to respond to the peace plan that US President Donald Trump will announce later today. Azzam Al-Ahmad said, according to Al-Arabiya news channel: “We invited Hamas to attend the emergency leadership meeting, and they will attend the meeting.”

“US military managed to get rid of ISIS terrorist organization in the Middle East by 100 %” – Donald Trump

On Monday, the Palestinian government called on the international community to boycott the forthcoming US plan to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, which the Palestinians have long declared refusing, and which they see as biased towards Israel.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called on the Palestinian leadership for an emergency meeting, starting today, Tuesday, one hour before the planned time for the United States to publish the “Deal of the Century” plan, according to Russia.

Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh confirmed his rejection of the so-called “deal of the century”, describing it as a plan to liquidate the Palestinian issue, calling on the international community not to be a partner in this deal, as it contradicts the alphabet of international law and the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people, and Shtayyeh said during the government’s session 40 In Ramallah, yesterday, Monday, according to the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA) – This deal is an instrument to fulfill the wishes of the occupation authorities, and does not constitute a basis for resolving the conflict, and was presented by a party that lost its credibility by being an honest broker for a serious and real political process.

For his part, Ambassador Hossam Zaki, Assistant Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, announced that Palestine requested to hold an extraordinary session of the Arab League Council at the ministerial level in the presence of the Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, next Saturday. This meeting was held with the aim of listening to the Palestinian President’s vision and discussing the so-called century deal that US President Donald Trump is expected to announce on the Palestinian issue.

Read also: Trump to unveil Middle East peace plan on Tuesday

The permanent delegate of the State of Palestine to the League of Arab States requested that an extraordinary session of the Arab League Council be held at the ministerial level in the presence of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas next Saturday, and an Arab diplomatic source told the Middle East News Agency on Tuesday that the request to hold this meeting comes with the aim of listening to The Palestinian President discussed the so-called century deal that US President Donald Trump is expected to announce later today on the Palestinian issue.

Hailey Warner
Hailey Warner
Hailey isn't the biggest fan of Winter, but she's doing her best to embrace the cold weather and snow. You can find her trying out new recipes, playing squash or writing editorials.

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