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Oman's Majlis Al Shura panel to take part in Organisation of Islamic Cooperation meet
July 22, 2014 , 2 : 09 am GST
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Majlis Al Shura will take part in the meeting of the Parliamentary Union of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member states, due to be held in the Iranian capital Tehran on Monday.
Majlis Al Shura will be represented in the meeting by an official delegation comprising Abdullah bin Khalifa Al Mej'ali, deputy chairman of the Majlis Al Shura and other members of the Majlis.
The meeting has been convened to discuss the aggressive attacks by the Israeli occupation authorities and its army on Gaza Strip and the occupied West Bank.
The leaders of the two Islamic nations will review the current situation in Palestine and discuss a united strategy to stop the Israeli aggression, as well as the best methods to deliver necessary relief to the besieged Palestinians.
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