Palestinian Resistance Factions Call for Unified Leadership
Palestinian factions asked mediators to put pressure on the occupation to relieve the closure on Gaza, and to conclude the reconstruction file as soon as possible.
Palestinian resistance groups urged the uprising Palestinians in the West Bank, Al-Quds (Occupied Jerusalem), and the occupied territories to intensify their resistance.
The factions issued a statement affirming their sympathy for inmates in occupation prisons, particularly hunger strikers, emphasizing that the resistance will not remain silent in the face of stalling.
Furthermore, Palestinian factions also asked mediators to put pressure on the occupation to relieve Gaza's closure and conclude the reconstruction file as soon as possible.
It also emphasized the importance of putting an end to the provocations in Al-Quds, Sheikh Jarrah, and Batn al-Hawa, condemning the UN Secretary- General's decision not to include the occupation on the "blacklist."
The factions also stressed the necessity of arranging the internal Palestinian issue and forming a unified leadership.
Today, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called on "Hamas," Islamic Jihad, and the Palestine Liberation Organization factions to hold a serious dialogue.
Besides, "Hamas" leader in Gaza Yehya Al-Sinwar described, on Monday, his meeting with Tor Wencesland, United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, as "terrible."
He added that the meeting "does not show any signs of solving the humanitarian crisis in Gaza." Furthermore, al-Sinwar announced that he "will hold a meeting with Palestinian factions to study the next step."
Al-Mayadeen correspondent, quoting medical sources, reported that an officer in the Palestinian security apparatus was martyred after settlers attacked him near Nablus.
In addition, the Palestinian Red Crescent announced that 20 Palestinians were injured during their response to the Israeli occupation forces' attack on the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Al-Quds.