CAIRO (AFP) - Arab League chief Amr Mussa accused the UN Security Council on Saturday of "ignoring" Israel's onslaught on Gaza, saying the delay in agreeing a resolution is proof of failure to handle the conflict. Arab regimes cannot put pressure on Israel but the Security Council could pressure the Jewish state into ending its eight-day bombardment of Gaza, he said. "Israel does not respect the Arabs. And we do not respect its policies," he said. A delegation of Arab foreign ministers is expected to leave for the UN's headquarters in New York on Sunday evening, he said. "The continuation of... the international community and the Security Council ignoring this situation is a very dangerous thing," he told reporters at a press conference in the pan-Arab organization's Cairo headquarters. "We see that its not convening is a clear proof of failure in dealing with this huge crisis and allowing Israel an opportunity," he said. Mussa also dismissed as Israeli "disinformation" reports that some Arab regimes have accepted or supported Israel's campaign against Hamas. He accused Israel of using "banned weapons" in Gaza. Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Abul Gheit also said in an Egyptian television interview that the Security Council was not "doing its job" of quickly ending the conflict, according to a BBC Monitoring transcript. "The UN Security Council (UNSC) is not doing its job or quickening its pace to shoulder its responsibilities," he said. "No one should leave an operation such as this for seven days, as if it (the UNSC) wants a repetition of what happened in [the Israeli] operation in Lebanon," he added, referring to Israel's war against Hezbollah in 2006.