Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Haneyya: Steadfastness strategy in Gaza conquered IOA strategy

[ 13/07/2010 - 09:43 AM ]

GAZA, (PIC)-- Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya has said that the siege imposed on the Gaza Strip for the past four years was about to end.

He told a ceremony for a new graduation batch in the Islamic University in Gaza city on Monday evening that steadfastness and insisting on strategic positions was a successful policy.

The premier pledged not to give up on this strategy, describing the other option of negotiations and satisfying the American administration as a failed strategy.

Gaza was the target of a three-pronged attack: military, political, and economic with the aim of breaking its determination and forcing positions in addition to weakening the morale of the Palestinian people into re-considering the resistance strategy, Haneyya said.

However, Gaza's resoluteness made the battle end in favor of the Palestinian people and put the Israeli occupation authority in a political and ethical crisis as lifting the siege has turned into an international demand, the premier underlined.

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