Abu Marzouk: Abbas’s remarks do not serve national unity

[ PIC 30/08/2014 – 02:28 PM ]

GAZA, (PIC)– Member of Hamas political bureau Dr. Mousa Abu Marzouk said that there is no “shadow government” in the Gaza Strip.

Commenting on PA chief Mahmoud Abbas’s statements, Abu Marzouk said that “his remarks do not serve the Palestinian national unity and the results of the latest war that was forced on us.”

Abbas should think twice before speaking about this point, he said.

He pointed out that the main problem is that Hamdallah’s government in Ramallah discriminates between Palestinian people as some employees have received their salaries while others were not paid for several months.

Abu Marzouk denied that the Palestinian resistance had taken any decision against Fatah movement, expressing his regret over Abbas’s defense of the collaborators who were executed by the Palestinian resistance in Gaza during the Israeli aggression.

He said that the executed collaborators were responsible for the killing of hundreds of victims and the destruction of hundreds of homes and schools in the Strip.

The future of Palestinian national unity is in Abbas’s hands as he can ask Hamdallah’s government to assume its responsibilities in Gaza including the reconstruction of Gaza.

In another context, he denied the existence of a shadow government in Gaza. “The national responsibility requires a halt to the frequent accusations and the continuation of national consensus.”

Abbas earlier said that there is a shadow government in Gaza that harms national unity, saying that it seized the aid supplies that reached Gaza.

Relief supplies that were sent to Gaza should first be handed over to the Palestinian Authority, according to Abbas’s statements.

Abu Marzouk arrived in Gaza after a truce agreement was forged between Palestinians and Israelis under Egyptian mediation.



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