Amman, July 28 (Petra)—The Royal Committee of Jerusalem Affairs has warned the Israeli authorities of implementing new projects in Jerusalem in the frame of its continued aggression against the city.
The committee stressed that these measures would not only hinder the peace process between the Palestinians and Israelis, but with the Arabs and all the Muslims.
The Commission, in a press release published today by its Secretary General Abdullah Kan'an, called on the Israeli government to take immediate action to stop these projects if it wants peace.
It also called on the Quartet envoy Tony Blair to request from Israel to stop these projects that threaten the foundations of peace between Arabs and Israelis, urging him to declare that the continued occupation of Jerusalem and the open assault on the holy sites will not facilitate his mission which he seeks to achieve.
Some of Israeli newspapers revealed the determination of the municipality of occupied Jerusalem to implement new projects in a series of attacks on the holy city and to resume tunneling bottom of the Al-Aqsa Mosque in order to deliver these tunnels to each other and have access to the bottom of the Dome of the Rock mosque and of Al Aqsa Mosque.
(Kippah Tip: IMRA)