To discuss a "unity government" and reconstruction Hamas and Fatah meet in Moscow on Thursday To discuss a "unity government" and reconstruction Hamas and Fatah meet in Moscow on Thursday

To discuss a "unity government" and reconstruction Hamas and Fatah meet in Moscow on Thursday

To discuss a "unity government" and reconstruction Hamas and Fatah meet in Moscow on Thursday

Representatives of the Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" and the Palestinian National Liberation Movement "Fatah" will meet in the Russian capital, Moscow, tomorrow, Thursday, in response to the invitation sent by Russia on February 16 to discuss the formation of a Palestinian unity government.

A Russian news agency announced on Wednesday that representatives of the Palestinian factions, including the Palestinian Hamas and Fatah movements, will meet tomorrow, Thursday, in the Russian capital, Moscow, to discuss the formation of a Palestinian unity government and the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip.

The Russian "Sputnik" agency reported that the Palestinian ambassador to Russia, Abdel Hafeez Nofal, announced that the Palestinian factions, including "Fatah" and "Hamas", intend to discuss the formation of a new unified government, as well as the issue of "reconstruction" of Gaza after the conflict.

The source reported that the next Palestinian national meeting will be hosted by Moscow, and that "the ceasefire and the release of hostages" will also be discussed.

On February 16, Russia invited the leaders of the Palestinian factions, including Islamic Jihad, to talks in Moscow that will last for 3 days.

This was welcomed by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas during a leadership meeting, and he stressed the necessity of adhering to the political program of the PLO, and adhering to the principle of one authority, one law, one legitimate weapon, and peaceful popular resistance, according to him.

The meeting of Hamas and Fatah representatives tomorrow in Moscow follows the resignation of the Palestinian government headed by Muhammad Shtayyeh two days ago, considering that the next stage requires the formation of a new government that focuses on the issue of national unity and strengthening national authority over the entire territory of Palestine.

On Monday, Abbas issued a decree accepting the resignation of Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh, and assigning him to run its work temporarily, until a new government is formed.

While the Palestinian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Hossam Zomlot, confirmed to the British newspaper “The Guardian” that Qatar and Egypt are helping to form a new Palestinian technocratic government, amid consultations between all Palestinian factions, including Hamas.

He pointed out that the expected government will be "a purely technocratic government without factions, and it is designed to unify the Palestinians, their geography, and their political system."

Haniyeh to Israel and America: They will not adopt into politics what they were unable to impose on the field

Hamas said that the flexibility it showed during the negotiations with the Israeli side was out of concern for the blood of the Palestinian people. She stressed that Israel "will not adopt into policy what it was unable to impose on the field."

Ismail Haniyeh, head of the political bureau of the Hamas movement, on Wednesday described the Israeli occupation army as the “lowest” armies the world has ever known, reiterating his assertion that what Israel and the United States of America were unable to impose on the field, they will not achieve through the machinations of politics.

Haniyeh said in a speech during the activities of the Al-Quds International Foundation conference held in the Lebanese capital, Beirut: “We assure Israel and America that what they were unable to impose on the ground in the Gaza Strip, they will not take through the machinations of politics.”

He added: "It does not harm us if we go into the month of Ramadan in confrontation and jihad, as it is the month of victories."

He continued: "Any flexibility we show in negotiations out of concern for the blood of our people and to put an end to their great pain and enormous sacrifices in the brutal war of genocide against them is paralleled by a willingness to defend our people."

He considered that "the threat of committing new massacres in Rafah reaffirms the nature of this enemy with its Nazi army, which represents one of the lowest regular armies known to humanity in its history, when it declares massacres and the killing of civilians as a strategy of war."

Haniyeh said, "It is the duty of the Arab and Islamic nation, and the duty of the brothers in the countries surrounding occupied Palestine, to take the initiative to break the conspiracy of starvation in the northern Gaza Strip."

Al-Aqsa is the address of confrontation

Regarding Al-Aqsa Mosque, Haniyeh stressed that “the minimum that we accept in Al-Aqsa Mosque and other Islamic and Christian sanctities is adherence to the status quo in accordance with international law, as it is the continuity of the status of the sanctities as they were before the Israeli occupation of Jerusalem in 1967.”

He added: "Al-Aqsa will remain an open address for confrontation, and our people will defend their mosques, churches and sanctities with all forms of resistance, and will continue to see it as a symbol of liberation until it is achieved."

Haniyeh sent “an appeal to the people of Jerusalem, the West Bank, and the people of the occupied interior (Israeli Arabs)” to “travel to Al-Aqsa Mosque from the first day of the month of Ramadan to pray there, seclude ourselves, and pray there, and to break the siege of it.”

He considered that "Al-Aqsa Mosque has become a symbol of the occupation's exhaustion in the attacks of Jerusalem and its successive battles, and it has become a symbol of the great epic that Palestine has witnessed since its occupation."

He stressed that "the occupation is laying the foundations once again for future battles with Al-Aqsa as the title, and it is turning Al-Aqsa Mosque into an address to exhaust its strength and to mobilize the forces of liberation in our nation and the forces of justice and freedom in the entire world."

The Israeli occupation police have imposed restrictions on entry to Al-Aqsa Mosque since the beginning of the war on the Gaza Strip on October 7, but they tighten the restrictions further on Fridays.

The Israeli authorities had threatened to impose restrictions on prayer in Al-Aqsa Mosque during the month of Ramadan.

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