RNA – An Arabic-language video conference was held entitled “Institutionalizing the Normalization of Relations: The Insistence of the Arab Rulers and the Opposition of the Nations” at the headquarters of Rasa News Agency in Qom.
Prominent figures from the Arab world, such as Dr. Ahmad al-Sa’adi, the director of the Islamic and Strategic Research Centre of Martyr Fadhil from Iraq, Professor Abdul-Ghani al-Khanjar, the representative of the Haqq Movement for Liberty and Democracy in Bahrain, and Shaykh Dr. Maher Abdul-Razzaq, the head of the Sunni Reform and Unity Party, participated in the webinar. They examined important issues, including the normalization of relations between some Arab countries through the production of Ramadhan serials on the subject of institutionalizing normalization with the Zionist occupying regime.
Shaykh Abdul-Razzaq said, “International al-Quds Day has proved that the issue of the holy city of al-Quds (Jerusalem) will always remain in the memory of the Islamic ummah and its liberation is at the forefront of Muslims’ priorities.”
The Lebanese Sunni scholar continued: “The Zionist regime and its regional followers will never be able to erase Palestine from the memory of Muslims, and we declare to the United States, the Zionist regime and all their colonialist-minded people that our struggle for the liberation of al-Quds continues and the efforts of some Arab regimes to stop this battle are futile.”
He added, “The Islamic ummah thwarted all the conspiracies of the recent decades against Palestine and the holy city of al-Quds, and we Muslims, as a united nation and the cohesive Islamic Resistance Axis, will thwart other conspiracies.”
Shaykh Abdul-Razzaq explained, “The normalization of relations with the Zionist regime by the Arab rulers has now become a document for mercenaries and a proof of their betrayal of the Islamic ummah, but Muslim nations have never agreed with them and have always stood by the resistance to defend Islamic sanctities.”
It is worth mentioning that many Arab countries lost their reputation among the Islamic ummah after the Deal of the Century and were doomed to normalize relations with the Zionist regime. Now they have taken two approaches, either appearing to be pro-Palestinian or openly exposing their hidden ties to Tel Aviv and severely repressing the opposition. This is what Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates are currently doing.
Rasa News Agency