Ghannoushi: Arab Spring liberated the people and will liberate Jerusalem

[ PIC 12/06/2012 – 01:02 PM ]

CAIRO, (PIC) — The head of the Tunisian Nahdha Movement, Sheikh Rashid Ghannoushi confirmed that during his visit to Egypt, he met the Egyptian political forces and the former presidential candidates “to discuss the Palestinian issue and the ongoing dangers and threats of the Zionist enemy.”

Ghannoushi, speaking about his meeting with the members of Freedom and Justice Party held in Cairo on Monday evening, said in an exclusive statement to PIC that: “the Palestinian issue was at the top of the files that we discussed with the Muslim Brotherhood’s leader, the members of Freedom and Justice party and the former presidential candidates.”

“There was a consensus concerning the Palestinian issue and the role of the Arab Spring states towards Palestine. The battle of the revolutionaries of the Arab spring States after the liberation of the Arab peoples is to liberate Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque, because Palestine is the Heart of the Arab and Islamic Nation.” expressed the head of al-Nahdha movement.

Ghannoushi also told PIC’s reporter that: “Arab revolutionaries were inspired in their revolutions by the Palestinian intifada and the Palestinians’ ability to withstand and confront the injustice despite the unequal power between them and their Zionist enemy,” stressing that “every Arab revolution’s victory in the Arab and Muslim world will be for the benefit of Palestine.”

Ghannoushi met in Cairo Muslim Brotherhood’s leader Dr. Mohamed Badie, leaders of the Freedom and Justice Party, leaders of the Salafist al-Nour Party and the former presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabahi and Abdel Moneim Abul Fotouh, during a visit to Egypt that lasted two days.

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