The Arab foreign ministers also condemned a few countries reportedly considering to transfer their embassies to Al-Quds, assigning the secretariat general of the AL to advise such countries to desist from such a move.
They demanded the UN Security Council to follow up the implementation of its former relevant decisions on Palestine.
The ministers paid tribute to the courage and steadfast of the Palestinian people in their stand against the Israeli aggression and in defense of their sanctities, territory and rights.
They demanded the UN to take the necessary measures to form an international investigation committee on Gaza recent incidents.
The ministers lauded the effort being exerted by the State of Kuwait, the only Arab party at the UN Security Council, to follow up the developments of the issue and continue defend the Palestinian inalienable rights.
They condemned the repeated breach of the holy Al-Aqsa mosque by the Israeli troops allowing non-Muslims to enter the mosque and practice other religions' flagrant violation of the freedom of religions and faith.
They expressed support for the religious mandate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan over the Islamic and Christian sanctities in Al-Quds.
Source: Saudi Press Agency