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« on: November 14, 2012, 02:44:54 pm »

Egypt recalls ambassador following Gaza strikes

Morsi removes Egyptian ambassador on basis of "brutal" Israeli assault; Arab League calls special meeting in Cairo.

Egypt recalled its ambassador from Israel on Wednesday after Israeli strikes on the Gaza Strip killed Hamas's top military commander and at least six other Palestinians, presidential spokesman Yasser Ali said.

"President Mohamed Morsi has followed the Israeli brutal assault in which a number of martyrs and sons of the Palestinian people were killed," Yasser Ali said in a statement on television and on his Facebook website.

"On this basis he has recalled the Egyptian ambassador from Israel; has ordered the Egyptian representative at the United Nations to call for an emergency meeting at the Security Council ... and summoned the Israeli ambassador in Egypt in protest over the assault," the statement added.

On Wednesday night, a spokesman for Morsi said the Egyptian president had paid his condolences to the Palestinians killed in the air strikes.

Meanwhile, the Cairo-based Arab League will discuss the Israeli attack on Gaza at a special meeting to be held either on Thursday or Saturday, a senior League diplomat told Reuters.

"We are working to gather the Arab states' permanent representatives in the Arab League to hold an urgent meeting...that could either be Thursday or Saturday," Lebanon representative in the League, Khaled Ziadeh told Reuters.

Egypt's foreign ministry condemned on Wednesday a series of Israeli strikes that killed Jabari and urged the Jewish state to end them immediately.

"Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr condemned the series of air strikes that Israel is currently conducting against Gaza Strip and which led to the killing of Ahmed Al-Jaabari," the statement released by Egypt's foreign ministry said.

"He called on Israel to stop its strikes on Gaza Strip immediately," the statement added.

Earlier on Wednesday, Morsi's political advisor, Mohammad Seif el-Dawla said the "Israeli aggression on Gaza" was also a blow against Egypt.

Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani on Wednesday also condemned the Israeli attacks in the Gaza Strip that killed Hamas's top military commander and at least six other Palestinians and said they should not go unpunished.

"I condemn in the name of Qatar... This filthy crime must not pass without a punishment," Sheikh Hamad told journalists after a meeting in the Saudi capital between Gulf Cooperation Council Foreign Ministers and their Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov to discuss Syria.

"The UN Security Council must shoulder its responsibilities in preserving peace and security in the world." Speaking from Riyadh, Russia's foreign minister Sergei Lavrov also called for an end to the attacks and violence in Gaza.

Seif el-Dawla, an Arab nationalist who has previously called for the Camp David Peace Accords between Israel and Egypt to be amended, called for Egypt's ambassador to also be recalled from Tel Aviv, Egypt's el-Nashra news outlet reported.

Iran's foreign ministry spokesman Ramin Mehman-Parast also condemned the attacks on Gaza, saying they were a sign of "the regime's brutal nature", according to Fars News, which is closely affiliated with Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). Mehman-Parast did not refer to the Palestinian rocket attacks on southern Israel, but said that the "Zionists were continuing with their anti-human crimes".

Shortly after the news of Jabari's death broke on Wednesday evening, the pro-Hezbollah news site al-Intiqad rushed out a eulogy to the terrorist leader, noting that he was "at the top of the Zionist enemy's wanted list".

"Jabari was distinguished by his very great abilities that allowed him to lead battalions, despite the considerable threat and the targeting [by Israel] that he suffered as a result," al-Intiqad said, noting that Jabari had taken extreme caution over his personal security.

The pro-Hezbollah newspaper quoted Jabari as saying "as long as the Zionists occupy our land, there is nothing for them but death or departure from the occupied Palestinian territories".

Iran's state-controlled and pro-regime media also rushed to report Jabari's killing.

Mashregh News, which is closely affiliated with the IRGC was one of the first Iranian media outlets to report the killing. Mashregh said that Jabari had been "martyred" in an "act of Zionist terror".

Earlier on Wednesday, before the targeted killing of Hamas military leader Jabari, the Grand Imam of Egypt's powerful al-Azhar Mosque denounced Israel's strikes on Gaza, calling them the "Zionist army's bombing of innocent civilians", Egyptian and Saudi news sources reported.

In his statement, Mohamed Ahmed El Tayeb said warned the "Zionist entity" against continuing the strikes, which he said were "brutal" and would lead the entire region into a wider conflict. El Tayeb called on the United Nations and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to act for the people of Gaza and deter the "usurper entity from exercising its barbarism against defenseless civilians", according to Saudi Arabia's Bab news site.

The Grand Imam said Palestinians in Gaza had a "right to live safely like any other human beings", but did not mention or refer to the rocket attacks against Israel.

On Tuesday, Israel's permanent representative in the United Nations, Ron Prosor, said in a strongly-worded letter to UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon that Palestinian terror organizations launched more than 150 rockets over the past few days onto Israeli territory. El Tayeb is a powerful figure in Egypt and the Sunni world. The al-Azhar mosque is part of the al-Azhar University, considered the world's leading center Sunni Islamic jurisprudence. The Grand Imam has previously spoken out against Israel and the Jews, stating last year that he believes Jews "all over the world" are trying to prevent Islamic and Egyptian unity.

Also on Wednesday morning, the Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) issued a strongly worded statement condemning Israel's airstrikes against the Gaza Strip Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu said that the "ongoing military action" against Gaza was a "heinous crime" by the "occupation authorities" and a flagrant violation of international conventions.

The Israeli strikes threatened regional security, Ihsanoglu said, according to Palestinian news agency Wafa. Israel launched airstrikes against ammunition depots and missile launch sites in response to an intensified rocket barrage from Hamas and Palestinian terror groups. Over 150 rockets have pounded Israel's south in recent days. In his statement, Ihsanoglu did not refer or allude to the Palestinian rocket attacks against Israel. Earlier this week, the OIC secretary general told Saudi Arabia's Al Youm newspaper that Muslims' efforts to "save the occupied city of Al Quds [Jerusalem] are inadequate."

The OIC, which is the largest international organization outside of the United Nations, has 57 member states and aims to be the collective voice of the Muslim world.

http://www.jpost.com/MiddleEast/Article.aspx?id=291872
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