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Protesters rallied across Pakistan to reject US Middle East Peace Plan

31 January, 2020 13:00

Protesters rallied across Pakistan to reject US Middle East Peace Plan on a call from Palestine Foundation.

Demonstrations held after Friday prayers while many Friday prayers leaders also spoke against the proposed ME plan.
Protesters were carrying banners and placards inscribed with slogans rejecting Israel.

Protesters rallied across Pakistan

While supporting al-Quds (now-occupied) Jerusalem as capital city of independent sovereign state of Palestine, they raised slogans against United States’ ME plan.
Palestine Foundation Pakistan’s leaders spoke at the main demo outside New Memon Masjid Boulton Market on MA Jinnah Road.
They included ex-Member of National Assembly Mohammad Hussain Mehanti of Jamaat-e-Islami and former member of Sindh provincial legislature Mehfooz Yar Khan and PF’s secretary general Sabir Abu Maryam.

US ME plan a precedent for India to usurp Kashmir

They warned the Pakistan government that US President Donald Trump’s plan amounts to set precedent for India to usurp Kashmir.
Therefore, they demanded the government to take a clear position against the so-called deal of the century.
Palestine Foundation’s leaders referred the worldwide consensus on al Quds Jerusalem as capital of Palestine and said Palestine leadership unanimously rejected Trump’s plan.
They termed the Trump’s ME plan a flagrant violation of international law, let alone inalienable rights of Palestinians.

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