Jeddah Declaration: Arab Leaders affirm support to the Role of Morocco’s Al-Quds Committee

The 32nd Arab Summit, held in Jeddah on Friday, concluded with the endorsement of the Jeddah Declaration, which expressed resolute support for the crucial role of the Al-Quds Committee, and its executive arm, the Bayt Mal Al-Quds Agency, in defending the Holy City of Al-Quds and its inhabitants.

Chaired by King Mohammed VI, the committee represents his “unyielding” efforts to safeguard Al-Quds and support the Palestinian cause. The decision was announced during the Summit pertaining to the Palestinian cause.

Representing King Mohammed VI at the Summit was his brother Prince Moulay Rachid, who participated in the discussions and deliberations on matters regionally significant to the Arab world.

The Jeddah declaration equally welcomed the projects initiated by the Bayt Mal Al-Quds Agency. These projects aim to ensure the inhabitants of Al-Quds remain steadfast on their land and support their resistance.

The summit also praised Morocco’s recent announcement regarding an increased financial contribution to the Al-Aqsa and Al-Quds Funds, which has reached an impressive $12.5 million milestone.

The declaration also underscored the importance of promoting the agency’s endeavors within the Information Plan on the City of Al-Quds. The plan, adopted by the Council of Arab Ministers of Information, seeks to shed light on a number of initiatives and activities carried out by the agency.

Over the years, King Mohammed VI has constantly expressed support for the Palestinian cause and the internationally-endorsed, two-state solution.

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