"Jenin".. Opening the 32nd session of the ANC in Beirut
The 32nd session of the Arab National Congress in Beirut opens under the title 'Jenin' to acknowledge the heroic role Jenin plays in its confrontation against the Israeli occupation.
The 32nd session of the Arab National Conference (ANC) in Beirut opens under the name Jenin, in appreciation of the heroic role that it played and is still playing in its fight against the occupation.
The former Secretary-General of the Arab National Congress, Maan Bashour, announced during the opening of the ANC session that the current Congress will be named after Jenin, in appreciation of the heroic role that Jenin played and is still playing in the battle of confrontation with the occupier.
The Secretary-General of the Arab National Congress, Hamdin Sabahi explained that Jenin was chosen as the title of the conference "to align ourselves with this nation's abilities, its greatest Resistance, and adherence to its historical rights."
Sabahi added, "This [Arab] nation can still inspire great hope, through the Resistance in Palestine, Al-Quds, Jenin, and Lebanon."
"This [Arab] nation can still inspire great hope, through the Resistance in #Palestine, #AlQuds, #Jenin, and #Lebanon."— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) July 30, 2023
Secretary-General of the Arab Nationalist Congress, Hamdin Sabahi.#AlMayadeen https://t.co/2n428ohx3k
He called on the Palestinian factions gathered in the Egyptian city of El Alamein to "unite the Palestinian ranks," calling it "a dear demand of the masses of Palestinian people and our nation."
"We suffer from a fragile Arab system, from influence by enemy hegemons, and disintegration in Arab unity."— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) July 30, 2023
Secretary-General of the #ArabNationalistCongress, Hamdin Sabahi.#AlMayadeen https://t.co/m4UvGpCRwf
The conference's Secretary-General stressed that "We suffer from a fragile Arab system, from influence by enemy hegemons, and disintegration in Arab unity."
He emphasized that the "unity of the Palestinian ranks should not overshadow the complete liberation of Palestine from the river to the sea," adding that "We are genuine partners in the resistance, and we are not just supporters or standing in solidarity (with the Palestinian cause)."
Sabahi stressed the importance of standing with Syria in the face of aggression and the siege, adding, "We stand with it because we want it to remain healthy, intact, and impenetrable, to preserve its independence and Arabism."
During the conference, the President of the Arab General Congress, Khaled Al-Sufyani, confirmed their dedication to the Palestinian cause and all efforts to liberate it.
"We are greatly invested in the #Palestinian cause and in efforts to liberate Palestine."
For his part, Hezbollah's Arab and International Relations Chief, Ammar Al-Mousawi, confirmed that "What is currently happening in occupied Palestine represents a great development in the Resistance, and this applies to all facets of the Palestinian struggle."
He added that the ongoing campaign against the Resistance, its weapons, and its decisions, is considered slander, distortion, and considered a continuation of the Israeli wars on Lebanon.
Furthermore, according to Al-Mousawi, the recent events at the border demonstrate the development in the Resistance's power and "the bravery of our people and our army," as "the Resistance was, still is, and must remain, the nation's first choice when working to restore its rights, especially in Palestine."
Al-Mousawi stressed that all the "desperate attempts to amend the decline in the US role, by enflaming conflicts or imposing hunger, must be confronted," and called for confronting the blockade imposed on Syria and breaking its tools.
He also stressed that "the foreboding of civil strife within the Zionist entity is another image of the entity's fragility, as its residents feel the imminence of its demise."
Al-Mousawi commented on the recent regional agreements that would enhance "means of cooperation, for the nation's interest."
He believed that the new international developments are an opportunity to establish a new world order based on multipolarity.
"ما يحصل في #فلسطين المحتلة يمثل تطوراً كبيراً في العمل المقاوم وهذا ينطبق على كل ساحات النضال الفلسطيني".— قناة الميادين (@AlMayadeenNews) July 30, 2023
مسؤول العلاقات العربية والدولية في حزب الله عمار الموسوي باسم المقاومة في #لبنان#الميادين @mayadeenlebanon pic.twitter.com/WtPubraQKQ
For his part, Maher Al-Taher, Head of International Relations in the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, said that "[US Army Lieutenant General Keit] Dayton and the Zionist entity are now facing a new Palestinian generation."
Al-Taher saluted the spirit of Egyptian martyr, Mohamed Salah, stressing that he "demonstrated the spirit of Egypt and its people."
Regarding the recent confrontations in Palestine, Al-Taher affirmed that "our people are fully aware that we are waging a battle for existence, and that the Palestinians are supported by the sons of their Arab nation - who reject normalization - and by the axis of resistance, which is growing stronger day by day."
He wondered about the possibility of "building national unity with the presence of the Oslo Accords, or the ongoing political arrests."
Al-Taher stressed that Palestinian national unity cannot be built except based on Resistance being a strategic option in confronting the enemy.