Monday, May 27
Latest News
  1. Cluster of incendiary balloons land in southern Israel
  2. Palestinian FM condemns Germany's vote to define BDS as 'anti-Semitic'
  3. Israeli forces forcibly evict Muslim worshipers from Al-Aqsa
  4. Israeli forces detain 14-year-old Palestinian near Ramallah
  5. Erekat: Deviation from peace terms of reference doomed to fail
  6. Iceland's Hatari shocks Eurovision with Palestinian flags
  7. UNRWA: 4 Palestinian children killed in attack on Syria refugee camp
  8. Israeli forces attack, injure Palestinian youths in Jerusalem
  9. Germany to condemn BDS movement as 'anti-Semitic'
  10. FM to UK Parliament: Two-state solution could reach point of no return

PA may file court complaint over settlements

Oct. 31, 2013 6:07 P.M. (Updated: Nov. 1, 2013 5:58 P.M.)
RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki said Thursday that the PA is considering going to international courts to file complaints against new Israeli settlements.

Calling on the United States, the Arab and Islamic worlds and the rest of the international community to condemn Israel's new settlement plans, al-Malki said that the continuous construction of illegal settlements makes a two-state solution impossible.

He said that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's attempt to use Wednesday's release of 26 Palestinian veteran prisoners to justify the new settlement plans was "illogical."

The settlements are simply a political aspect of the occupation Israel has imposed on Palestine since 1967, he added.

Israel announced plans to construct some 5,000 new settlement homes in the West Bank after releasing the 26 Palestinian prisoners.

More than 500,000 Israeli settlers live in settlements across the West Bank and East Jerusalem, in contravention of international law.
Most Read
Powered By: HTD Technologies
Ma'an News Agency
All rights reserved © 2005-2015