Sheikh Salah: Cairo’s agreement should protect the Palestinian constants

[ 02/05/2011 – 09:46 PM ]

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– Head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands Sheikh Ra’ed Salah said the agreement of reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah factions should maintain the Palestinian constants.

In a press statement to Addostour newspaper issued in Jordan, Sheikh Salah expressed hope that the reconciliation agreement would lead to sincere and serious unity protecting the national constants against the Israeli occupation.

He said this unity should include all Palestinian forces, from Gaza, the occupied territories of Jerusalem and the West Bank, and the diaspora in order to pool the efforts on the way of liberating Palestine.

The Palestinian Islamic leader noted that the Aqsa Mosque is still in danger and Israel’s violations are spreading like an epidemic around and beneath it and urged the Arab and Muslim nations to support it.

For his part, deputy speaker of the Palestinian legislative council Ahmed Bahr stated on Monday that the reconciliation agreement to be signed by Hamas and Fatah would be a great victory for the Palestinian cause against the American project in the region.

Bahr also hailed the Egyptian government and the ruling military council for supporting the Palestinian people in Gaza, pointing that the Rafah border crossing will be open forever before movement of goods and individuals.


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