Sheikh Salah: The Arab uprisings renewed hope for Palestinian liberation

[ 12/03/2011 – 07:32 AM ]

 

GENEVA, (PIC)– Sheikh Ra’ed Salah, the head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands, said that the Arab revolutions renewed the Palestinian young men’s hope for the liberation of occupied Jerusalem and the Aqsa Mosque.

“There is a conviction that the revolution that started to extend to the Arab depth has undoubtedly impacted in a positive way the reality of the Palestinian street which is seeing wide popular moves especially among the youths,” Sheikh Salah stated on Friday.

“These moves have started to clearly call for converging on the Palestinian constants, and in my opinion, there is no Palestinian official regardless of his name or post who is able to ignore this voice, which began growing in the Palestinian community,” he added.

The Palestinian leader also stressed that the success of the Arab peoples in making their future with their free will is a good omen for the approaching demise of the Israeli occupation.

The leader denied that the inter-Palestinian division between Gaza and the West Bank affected the Palestinian street’s position on the need to resist the Israeli occupation and end all kinds of talks with it.

Sheikh Salah: The Arab uprisings renewed hope for Palestinian liberation.

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