Ismail Haniyeh, Ziyad al-Nakhalah meet in Cairo
The leader of the Hamas political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, and PIJ Secretary-General Ziyad al-Nakhalah meet in Cairo, Egypt, and discuss several files, including the importance of a united resistance in the face of the occupation.
Hamas political bureau leader Ismail Haniyeh and Palestinian Islamic Jihad Security- Ziyad al-Nakhalah met in Cairo Thursday. The meeting was held in the presence of a delegation from each movement. The two parties discussed the political developments following the Seif Al-Quds battle and its national, Arab, regional, and international repercussions.
During the meeting, the two parties stressed that "the battle achieved profound transformations in the scene and the resistance demonstrated a high ability to challenge, breaking the equations and strategies that the enemy attempted to impose."
They also underscored the resistance's unity in action, the field of politics, preserving the unity of the Palestinian people around the struggle and the jihad action, and confronting the challenges together in a unified line and firm positions.
The two sides also considered that the battle constituted a serious change in the strategic balance, brought the Al-Quds cause back to the fore, and proved that the resistance is capable of achieving success.
They discussed ways of achieving national unity, arranging the Palestinian home on the basis of true partnership, and activating the elements of Palestinian power.
The parties to the meeting also stood "in front of the greatness of the sacrifices of our people and their steadfastness in this battle and their cohesion with their resistance in all their places of presence in the West Bank, Gaza, Al-Quds (occupied Jerusalem), the 48' occupied territories and the diaspora," considering that this scene, position, and the entire battle created a reality that is not the same as it was before it in any way.
They also expressed their appreciation for the Arab and Islamic peoples and the free people of the world's stand, who expressed themselves through new and innovative means.