Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates : suspension of international force in Hebron an attempt to conceal the crimes of the occupation and its violations
Continuation of the Israeli policy of denying the signed agreements against international legality and its resolutions and rejecting them in absolute order, and to prevent the existence of any international dimension in the field of conflict for fear of the suppression of crimes and violations by the occupation authorities and settlers against our people, and to deepen the singling out The violent and bloody in our people to facilitate the theft of their land and the destruction of the elements of its national and humanitarian presence in occupied Palestine without any supervision or control regardless of its form, the occupying authorities recently adopted resolutions in the Israeli National Security Council to close the UNRWA institutions in Jerusalem, Today, Hebrew media reported that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu intended to "culminate" his campaign against the International observer Force in Hebron by suspending its work, after Israel had rejected earlier requests for force to increase its personnel.
The Ministry affirms that Israel, as an occupying Power, is in the implementation of its plans to Judaize the areas classified (c) in general, and the archaeological and religious sites in particular, which takes place in the cities of Jerusalem, Hebron and Nablus on a daily and systematic basis, striking the international legitimacy and resolutions and a clear and unequivocal coup d'état on all Agreements signed between the Palestinian and Israeli sides. The Ministry considers that the suspension of the operation of the International observer Force in Hebron is a clear and unequivocal declaration by the occupation of its decision to Judaize the old city of Hebron, to control more of the surrounding Palestinian land and to practise the most heinous forms of ethnic cleansing and forcible displacement of Palestinian citizens. The number of settlers is doubled.