Haniyeh calls on Arab nation to consolidate the steadfastness of Palestinians

[ PIC 25/04/2012 – 09:54 PM ]

KHAN YOUNIS (PIC) — Ismail Haniyeh, the Palestinian prime minister, urged the Arab Muslim nation to support Palestinians and strengthen their steadfastness and persistence on the Palestinian land.

Haniyeh said in statements, after inspecting the examinations of applicants for teaching positions in Gaza that the siege imposed on Gaza Strip more than five years ago, deprived many university graduates of jobs that fit their qualifications, adding that the number of graduates in the Gaza Strip is very large, which requires Arab help.

He pointed out that he discussed the graduates’ file during his two external trips, through suggesting the employment of a number of university graduates in the Arab countries which responded by positive promises.

There are 26 thousand graduates, distributed on 70 Committees, who sat written examination for teaching positions in the Ministry of Education in all specialties and in all provinces.

Haniyeh said that this high number revealed a high unemployment level in Gaza, “and the Ministry of Education and the government’s care about the graduates’ sector”
He stated that the government always opens the doors for public offices, without exception, to all Palestinian people of all ages, universities and categories.

He finally pointed to the existence of a state of complete stability in education, “and that the Ministerial staff is going to develop the educational process and provide all students and graduates with the best conditions.”

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