Gaza – together – the leaders of the Palestinian resistance factions, today, Wednesday, signed a petition confirming that the Palestinian people will remain, and with them the free people of the Arab nation, who will bear the concern of the Palestinian cause and defend it, and they are the spearhead and the title of the confrontation.
The factions placed a picture of the document on the walls of the Palestinian Legislative Council in Gaza, with public participation.
Dr. Nael Abu Odeh, Gaza Square official in the Mujahideen Movement, said that the document is the message of the besieged Gaza to raise the voice as a rejection of this alleged agreement between the UAE and Bahrain on the one hand and the occupation state on the other hand.
Abu Odeh called on Arab and Muslim leaders and rulers to raise their voices in rejection of normalization and to pressure the printed regimes and those who think to follow them to backtrack on this step, and to depend on the choice of the peoples of the region that reject normalization with Israel.
He stressed that this normalization will not change the reality and reality that Palestine is an Arab Islamic land, and that Israel is a racist criminal occupation that killed our people and displaced them from their lands in 1948, and we will continue to defend it until the complete liberation.
He added, “On the anniversary of the so-called International Day of Peace, we affirm that peace that does not restore the Palestinian right to his land and expels its occupier from it is part of a mirage, and we renew the call to the international community and international institutions to hold the occupation and its leaders accountable for their crimes against our people.”
A joint event was organized in connection with the Palestinian and Arab Institutions Authority and a Palestinian conference abroad in Berlin to sign the wall mural in order to reject normalization.
A joint event was also organized in coordination and communication with the Global Campaign to Return to Palestine and Lebanese activists in the southern suburbs of Beirut.
The stand included participation by activists from several Arab countries, such as Yemen, the Emirates, Bahrain and Syria, to express their rejection of normalization with the enemy
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