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International News
BNP protests against withdrawal of word "Israel" from B'desh passport
 
Dhaka: BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir has termed the Bangladesh Home Ministry's silence on removing the word" Israel "from passports as" unprincipled position of the government ".

BNP secretary general made the remarks at an emergency press conference on Tuesday afternoon.

The ban on travel to Israel from Bangladeshi passports has been lifted at a time when Israeli airstrikes and missile launches are turning the Palestinian city of Gaza into a death knell, he said.

Bangladesh Foreign Ministry denied the Israeli government's congratulatory tweet on the anti-Palestinian decision and announced the government's position in Bangladesh. On the other hand, the silence of the Home Ministry has revealed the unprincipled position of the government on the whole issue. ”

At the same time, Mirza Fakhrul called US President Joe Biden's remarks "significant" in resolving the Palestinian-Israeli crisis, saying "these two states are the only solution to peace in the Middle East." Joe Biden's outspoken call for an end to "inter-communal fighting" in Jerusalem, the epicenter of the conflict, is a clear demonstration of respect for the strong support of pro-democracy citizens in establishing the rights of the Palestinian people. The BNP extends its sincere congratulations and gratitude to US President Joe Biden and the people of his country for taking such a clear stand in resolving the Palestinian-Israeli crisis.

"We believe that the key challenge in resolving the Palestinian-Israeli crisis in the light of the UN resolution and the Oslo Accords is to facilitate the implementation of the declaration of the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside Israel'.

The BNP secretary general also called for immediate action under the leadership of the United Nations to implement the decision to form two states, including an initiative to bring the ongoing killings to international justice.

The BNP called an emergency press conference in the afternoon to express its full support for the Palestinian struggle.

At the press conference, the late President Ziaur Rahman OIC, various initiatives to unite the Muslim countries including the Non-Aligned Conference-NAM, later the party chairperson former Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia led the government and the current acting chairman Tarique Rahman raised the issues of maintaining the same policy and position.

As a force for the Muslim Brotherhood and humanity, we are determined to stand by the Palestinian people until they win the battle to establish an independent and sovereign state," he said. Our team has already decided to send medicine to the war wounded in solidarity with Palestine. ”

Asked what kind of initiative should have been taken by the government, former minister Mirza Fakhrul said, "The first initiative that should have been taken by the government is the initiative of the head of government.

Now you say that the head of the government is the world leader. He could have taken the initiative to call on all Muslim countries to take the side of the Palestinians in taking action against Israel. "


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