France condemns Israeli occupation’s decision to allow the return of settlers to “Homesh”

France condemned the decision of the Israeli occupation authorities to allow settlers to return to the evacuated “Homesh” settlement site, south of Jenin.

France confirmed that this decision contradicts international law, and called on the Israeli government to retract it, expressing its concern about the extremist Israeli Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, storming the Temple Mount for the second time, yesterday, Sunday.

France recalled the necessity of preserving the historical status quo of the Holy Places in Jerusalem, stressing the importance of the special role played by Jordan in this regard.

It called, once again, on “all actors to refrain from taking any unilateral measure that would lead to an escalation of tensions and violence, especially against civilians,” adding that establishing a credible political horizon for the Palestinian-Israeli conflict has become urgent, on the basis of the only solution that allows A just and lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians, which is the two-state solution.

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