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Source: Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC)
30 June 2005







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RESOLUTION NO. 5/32-E
ON
ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE IN THE
OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES, OF THE SYRIAN CITIZENS
IN THE OCCUPIED SYRIAN GOLAN HEIGHTS AND OF THE LEBANESE
CITIZENS IN OCCUPIED SOUTH LEBANON
AND THE WESTERN BEKKA FORMERLY UNDER OCCUPATION


The Thirty-second Session of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers (Session of Integration and Development), held in Sana’a, Republic of Yemen, from 21-23 Jumada Al Awwal 1426H (28-30 June 2005),

Recalling Resolution No. 9/10-E (IS) adopted by the Tenth Session of the Islamic Summit Conference; and Resolution No. 9/3 1-E adopted by the Thirty-first Session of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers;

Believing in the objectives and principles of the OIC Charter aimed at strengthening Islamic solidarity among the Member States, and conforming with mass international will that rejects arbitrary Israeli practices in the occupied Arab territory which lead to deterioration of the economic and social conditions of Arab citizens under the yoke of Israeli occupation, on the one hand, and that supports the establishment of a just and comprehensive peace in the Middle East region based on the (Land-for-Peace principle) UN Security Council Resolutions 242, 338, 425, 1397, 1402 and 1403 as well as the authority of the Madrid Peace Conference, on the other;

Underlining the unfailing efforts exerted by the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) to promote the economic structure; and to renovate what was destroyed by the Israeli aggression and in view of the escalation of the illegal and unlawful expansionist settlement policies of the Israeli government, in the occupied Palestinian territory, including Al-Quds Al-Sharif and the occupied Syrian Golan; and also in view of the serious implications of this escalation on the existing difficult economic and humanitarian conditions of the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territory and the Syrian citizens in the occupied Golan;

Expressing extreme concern over the grave economic impacts, resulting from the expansionist settlement policy of the Israeli government, on the difficult living conditions of the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territory and those of the Syrian citizens in the occupied Syrian Golan as well as the Arab people in the occupied Arab territory;

Expressing deep concern over the danger of Israel’s continued occupation of the Syrian Golan, part of South Lebanon which are suffering huge economic and material losses;

Having considered the report of the Secretary General,

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RESOLUTION NO. 7/32-E
ON
ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE TO PALESTINE


The Thirty-second Session of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers (Session of Integration and Development), held in Sana’a, Republic of Yemen, from 21-23 Jumada Al Awwal 1426H (28-30 June 2005),

Recalling Resolution No. 25/10-E (IS) adopted by the Tenth Session of the Islamic Summit Conference; and Resolution No. 25/31-E adopted by the Thirty-first Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers;

Recalling also Resolution of the Seventh Islamic Summit Conference as well as resolutions of the 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st Sessions of the Islamic Conferences of Foreign Ministers;

Noting with great interest the efforts by the Palestinian National Authority in Gaza Strip and West Bank to improve the living conditions of the Palestinian people and to reconstruct the Palestinian national economy;

Having considered the report of the Secretary General on the issue;
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RESOLUTION NO. 8/32-E
ON
ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE TO THE REPUBLIC OF LEBANON


The Thirty-second Session of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers (Session of Integration and Development), held in Sana’a, Republic of Yemen, from 21-23 Jumada Al Awwal 1426H (28-30 June 2005),

Recalling Resolution No. 13/10-E (IS) adopted by the Tenth Session of the Islamic Summit Conference;

Recalling Resolution No. 13/31 -E adopted by the Thirty-first Session of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers;

Further recalling Israeli aggressions against Lebanon, and the resulting losses of life and property, and their consequences on political and economic conditions in Lebanon;

Appreciating the efforts exerted by the Government of Lebanon to achieve stability and security, establish its authority, reconstruct its country, and provide for the needs of citizens in the territories previously under Israeli occupation;

Taking into account the difficulties faced by the Lebanese citizens in the territories previously occupied by Israel, and in the neighbouring areas;
Having considered the report of the Secretary General on the subject;
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