Interview: U.S. hegemony creates unstable situations worldwide -- Palestinian official

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by Sanaa Kamal

RAMALLAH, Sept. 18 (Xinhua) -- The hegemony policy adopted by the United States has been creating unstable situations in the world, a senior Palestinian official has said.

In a recent interview with Xinhua, Abbas Zaki, a Palestinian Fatah Central Committee member and commissioner for relations with Arab countries and China, said, "The U.S. has dealt with other countries in the spirit of hegemony and military power."

Zaki made the comments on a report titled "Origins, Facts and Perils of U.S. Military Hegemony," which was recently issued by Xinhua Institute, the think tank of Xinhua News Agency.

In fact, he said, "The U.S. is a human group and a natural heir to European colonialism ... It cannot do without subjugating others in order to share influence and control the country's wealth by military force."

The United States, he said, controls the world by force of arms and creates humanitarian crises in countries where it wants to plunder natural, industrial, scientific, and technological wealth.

In order to achieve its colonial interests, the United States deliberately distorts international and humanitarian laws and misuses its international influence through a policy of double standards.

"The U.S. has nothing to do with international and humanitarian law and international institutions if it affects its interests," he said.

The United States always seeks to undermine the sovereignty of countries and overthrow legitimate governments, in order to create hotbeds of tension to ensure the sale of its military productions and weapons, he added.

The Palestinian official called on the countries, mainly the Arabs, to unite with each other, get rid of America's hegemony over them, and invest and develop their natural wealth in a way that serves them and their people.

The Arab world possesses sufficient human resources and expertise to take charge of developing Arab countries without the need for an alliance or even building diplomatic relations with a country that does not believe in humanitarian law and only adopts arrogance and military hegemony in its relations with others, Zaki noted. Enditem

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