Haniyeh calls for terminating normalization agreements with the Israeli occupation

Head of Hamas Political Bureau Ismail Haniyeh said that the Israeli occupation’s attempts to expand in the region would not affect the consciousness of the Arab people. 

In a speech delivered at the First International Conference organized by the National Construction Movement to face off Israeli attempts to forge ties with African peoples, Haniyeh said that the issue of Palestine is still a central issue for the Ummah. 

Haniyeh called for the termination of normalization agreements with the Israeli occupation, noting that normalization does not serve the Palestinian cause. 

The top Hamas official hailed Algeria’s position against the Israeli attempts to penetrate Africa. He extended his thanks to Algeria’s president, government, and people. 

The Palestinian people and their resistance also support Algeria and other African countries in their endeavors to fight normalizing ties with the Israeli occupation, Haniyeh explained. 

The senior Hamas official added: “One of Jerusalem’s gates and neighborhoods are named after Algeria. They are the Moroccan Gate (Bab al-Maghariba) and the Moroccan Quarter.” 

The Sword of Jerusalem battle

Haniyeh said that the resistance unifies the Palestinian people, as happened in the Sword of Jerusalem Battle. 

The Hamas official pointed out that the Israeli occupation’s attempt to impose new rules of engagement has failed, and the Palestinian resistance is able to defeat the Palestinian people. 

Haniyeh added: “The region has recently gone through three major developments: the Sword of Jerusalem battle, the USA’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, and Israeli failure to establish a new alliance in the region.” 

Although the Israeli occupation has high-tech weapons, it is a fragile entity, the Hamas official explained. 

Haniyeh added that the resistance now imposes the rules of engagement on the ground. 

The senior Hamas official emphasized that the American withdrawal from Afghanistan has hindered the Israeli occupation’s plans to penetrate the region.

Source : Safa