Organization of Islamic Cooperation Secretary-General Hussein Ibrahim Taha confirmed that Israeli attacks on the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque are an attack on the feelings and beliefs of Muslims around the world, as well as a flagrant violation of international law and UN resolutions. In his remarks at an extraordinary meeting discussing the ongoing attacks by Israel on the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Secretary-General emphasized that these attacks would fuel violence and tension and destabilize security and stability in the region, calling for responsible international action that obliges Israel to stop these serious violations. Hussein Taha explained that he contacted the international actors through which he conveyed the organization’s position in this regard, including the United Nations and the European Union, to urge them to put pressure on Israel. In addition, Amnesty International confirmed that Israel’s decision to prevent the hoisting of the Palestinian flag in 48 territories is contrary to UN charters. According to a statement released by Ammon, the international human rights organization called the decision “a cowardly and expected attempt.” She said that Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir’s decision to prevent the hoisting and waving of the Palestinian flag in the 1948 lands was a cowardly and expected attempt to erase the identity of the people and violated the charter and charter of the United Nations. human rights. She noted that this decision “represents a clear violation of Articles 2, 7, 19 and 20 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Charters of the United Nations, which form the cornerstone of international law.” Amnesty stated that “such behavior has been known since time immemorial in repressive and dictatorial regimes around the world”, noting that “the suppression of freedom of speech for a particular minority is only the beginning and a prelude to the suppression of minorities and other vulnerable groups, as well as confiscation of their right to express their opinions”.