Saturday, 4 September 2010

Haneyya: PA's talks with the occupation state will fail

[ 04/09/2010 - 10:06 AM ]

GAZA, (PIC)-- Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya stated Friday that the fate of the Palestinian authority's direct talks with Israelis would end in failure because the occupation state only moves to consolidate its Zionist project at the expense of the Palestinian cause.

The premier made his remarks in a meeting held in Deir Al-Balah area in central Gaza Strip to distribute financial aid to the owners of homes that were damaged during the last Israeli war on Gaza.

Haneyya highlighted that the PA-Israeli negotiations are a frivolous political process that were emerged from the Zio-American conditions and the Palestinian and Arab impotence.

He also hailed the Palestinian masses at home and abroad who went on marches in protest at the negotiations and to confirm their support for the Palestinian cause and the occupied city of Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Palestine.

The premier emphasized the Palestinian resistance's right to respond to Israel's crimes by all means available as long as the Palestinian land is occupied, holding the occupation responsible for the Palestinian people's increasing suffering in their homeland.

During the meeting, the Palestinian premier handed owners of destroyed homes financial aid worth in total $200, 000, affirming that this governmental assistance cannot make up for one drop of the Palestinian blood and is not equal to the size of sacrifices made by the Palestinians.

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