League of Parliamentarians for Al-Quds adds Spanish language to its website – Middle East Monitor


The League of Al-Quds Parliamentarians has added the Spanish language to its official website in order to help convey its message and activities to the widest possible segment in the world. The official site now includes five languages: Arabic, French, Turkish and Spanish, in addition to English. The League is also seeking to complete the legal procedures to open a permanent office in Latin America, specifically in Brazil.

Argentine MP Julia Berry, president of the League of Parliamentarians for Jerusalem in Latin America, said adding the Spanish language to the League’s website is an important step in facilitating communication with millions of Spanish-speaking people in the world, in particular with the Arab and Palestinian communities residing on the Latin continent. This makes it easier for them to know the reality and needs of their main issue and create a more effective and efficient line of communication.

The League of Parliamentarians for Al-Quds (LP4Q), is a foundation created in October 2015 on the initiative of parliamentarians who support the Palestinian right, and is based in Istanbul, and it consists, to date, of the membership of approximately 1,500 parliamentarians from all over the world, and its executive body includes members from “Palestine – Turkey – Yemen – Egypt – Jordan – Tunisia – Morocco – Algeria – Kuwait – Italy – Malaysia – Indonesia – Pakistan – Argentina”. To serve Jerusalem and Palestine in parliaments and judicial institutions, in accordance with United Nations resolutions and human rights principles recognized by international laws and standards.

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