Resheq: The peace talks will lead to more loss of the Palestinian rights

[ PIC 21/07/2013 – 02:07 PM ]


BEIRUT, (PIC)– Member of Hamas’s political bureau Ezzat Al-Resheq reiterated his Movement’s rejection of the Palestinian Authority’s decision to restart new rounds of useless negotiations with the Israeli occupation.

In a press release on Sunday, Resheq said that the peace talks with Israel had already proved its failure to achieve the Palestinian people’s aspirations, warning that these negotiations would lead to further settlement and Judaization activities and further loss of the Palestinian rights.

The Hamas official also underscored that the Palestinian people would not be bound by the results of these talks because they would be held with no national consensus, and against the will of the Palestinian people.

He called on the PA and Fatah to reconsider their decision in this regard and stop selling illusions to the Palestinian people.

For her part, Hamas lawmaker Samir Halaiqa said, in a press statement to Quds Press, that the Palestinian authority did not leave the negotiation table in the first place in order to return to it.

Halaiqa affirmed that the covert and overt meetings between PA officials and their Israeli counterparts never ceased.

She underlined that the sponsors of the peace process aim to extract more concessions from the PA taking advantage of the internal chaos in the Arab region and the absence of the Egyptian role.

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