Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Mliki's Dawa party has called on the Islamic countries to cut relations with Israel over its atrocities in Gaza.
The ruling party described the International community's silence and the Arab countries' indifference towards the recent Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip as 'surprising' and 'disappointing'.
In a statement released on Monday, Dawa Party condemned the Israeli slaughter of Gazans -- which started on Saturday and has so far left 345 Palestinians killed and 1,550 other wounded.
The party said Israel's aggressive policies are not surprising. However, the statement suggests it is surprising that the Islamic and Arab countries' take no steady and serious action in condemning Israel and its aerial strike on the costal sliver.
Iraq's ruling party called on all Islamic countries to cut their 'covered' and 'exposed' relations with the Israel regime and stand beside the oppressed nation of Palestine.
The statement came a day after Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah accused 'some' Arab states of collaborating with Israel.
"There are some Arab regimes who are truly partners of this project, especially those who signed peace treaties with Israel. They are supporting (the US-Israeli project) politically, psychologically, militarily and culturally through the media… They are contributing to impose the conditions of surrender on the rest of the resistance groups," he said.