Fri 06 Oct 2023 11:22 am - Jerusalem Time

Palestinian movement Hamas calls on Arab countries to back down from normalization path

On Friday, the Hamas movement called on the Arab and Islamic nation, as the strategic depth of the Palestinian people and their national cause, to stop sliding into the path of normalization with the occupation, and to review this path that does not serve Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa.

Hamas said in a statement, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the October 6 War, that normalization provides cover for the continuation of the occupation and encourages it to commit more crimes against our people, our land, and our Islamic and Christian sanctities, most notably the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, the first qibla for Muslims. As stated in the text of its statement.

Hammas stressed that "the Zionist enemy poses a real danger to Palestine and the nation, in terms of its security, stability, resources, and capabilities." According to the text of the statement.

It considered that the continued occupation of the historic land of Palestine, and its escalation of open war against the Palestinian people, their rights, national principles and sanctities, constitutes a clear violation of all international laws and conventions, which requires all countries and forces that are fair and biased towards justice and the rights of peoples to freedom and dignity, to support and enable the Palestinian people to Defending himself, extracting his rights, liberating his land, and achieving a return to it. As stated in the statement.

Hamas said that the October 6 War “will remain a witness that will and resistance are the way to deter the usurping occupier and destroy its false claim that it is an invincible army, and it will remain a symbol from which our people will draw inspiration from the signs of continued comprehensive resistance against this entity and its fascist government, until its defeat and demise.” According to the text of the statement.


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Palestinian movement Hamas calls on Arab countries to back down from normalization path