Khaled holds Biden administration responsible for new Netanyahu settlement projects

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Tayseer Khaled, member of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, member of the Political Bureau of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, held the administration of US President Joe Biden fully responsible for the consequences of the unilateral measures , that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu intends to take on the eve of the elections for the 23rd Knesset on the second of next March

This came in light of the disclosures of close associates of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he is ready to push the procedures for approval of settlement construction in Atarot, north of occupied Jerusalem, in exchange for uniting the right-wing parties and that the Likud is ready to present a long-term proposal to the leader of the “religious Zionism” party Bezalel Smotrich and the head of the “Otzma Yehudit” party, Itamar Ben Gvir, in order to unite before the list is closed on February 10, a gift to the leaders of these extreme right-wing parties in settlement construction projects on the land of the airport Jerusalem in the so-called Atarot area, as well as projects in various areas of the West Bank.

Tayseer Khaled , recalled the new US – Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, to his statements about the new US administration’s rejection of unilateral measures in order to preserve the so-called two-state solution and called on him to act responsibly, pair words with deeds, and put pressure on Benjamin Netanyahu, who acts as gangs of outlaw and organized crime groups , as he did with every election session of the Knesset, and push him to stop all settlement activities in all the provinces of the occupied West Bank, including the governorate and the city of Jerusalem, in accordance with Security Council Resolution 2334 of 2016, so that the world does not find itself facing an American policy that is essentially an extension of the policy of the former US President and his minister extreme right minister, Mike Pompeo, although it differed with it in verbal and formal political approaches.