Friday, 29 April 2011

Haneyya calls on PLO to withdraw its recognition of Israel

[ 29/04/2011 - 05:59 PM ]
GAZA, (PIC)-- The Prime Minister of the Palestinian government in Gaza, Ismail Haneyya, called on the Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) to withdraw its recognition of the Zionist entity in response to its rejection of Palestinian reconciliation.
He told journalists after the Friday prayers that there was no justification for the recognition of an entity which rejects Palestinian rights and internal unity stressing that the presence of the Zionist entity “on our land is illegitimate and cannot be recognised.”
He belittled the Zionist threats and hysteria after Hamas and Fatah initialled the national reconciliation agreement in Cairo two days ago.
“We do what serves the interests of our Palestinian people, we do not care much about Israeli stands,” he said stressing that sincere intentions and a positive atmosphere are the guarantee for a successful reconciliation.
Hamas and Fatah announced two days ago, in a press conference, that they have reached an agreement that ends the rift and lays the foundation for a new stage of national unity.

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1 comment:

prasad said...

Really what a bad news for Gadhafy if he compromise with the protesters and with NATO forces this couldn't happened so past is past now Mr. Gadhafi surrender himself and his government leaders to their forces and give the power to the people of Libya this is only solution for this problem.