Former foreign minister: Normalization with the Zionist enemy violates our principles and our Constitution

Former foreign minister: Normalization with the Zionist enemy violates our principles and our Constitution


Former foreign minister Abdulmalik al-Mulkhafi said Thursday that normalization or suspicion of normalization with the Zionist enemy violates "the constants of our people, their history and their constitution."

It is clear that Al-Mikhlafi was hinting to  the controversy alludes to the event that occupied the Yemeni public opinion today of the appearance of Yemeni Foreign Minister Khaled al-Yamani in the chair adjacent to the President of the Israeli occupation government Benjamin Netanyahu at the conference Warsaw, the capital of Poland, held under the title "Peace and security in the east Middle East  "in the presence of foreign ministers and officials of a number of Arab countries and the world.

"The question of Palestine is the issue of issues that are not surmounted or preceded by an issue, normalization or suspicion of normalization with the Zionist enemy in any way that violates all the constants of our people, their history and even their constitution, and the courtesy of such positions serves only the enemies of the whole nation and in a position The Zionist enemy  " AL-Mekhlafi said in a tweet on his account on Twitter.

Al-Yamani's action sparked a wave of anger and popular discontent among Yemenis on social media sites.

Netanyahu hastened to exploit the moment by posting on his account in "Twitter " a story that included a photograph of him along with Al-Yamani and written above it in Hebrew  "Making history ".

In the context, U.S. special envoy to the Middle East Jason Greenberg, from within the Warsaw conference hall, said, "the microphone of Netanyahu was idle and he lent him his microphone," and he continued, "Netanyahu has commented on this jokingly: This is a new form of cooperation between Israel and Yemen."


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