Al-Nakhalah meets Sayyed Nasrallah in Beirut, discuss regional matters
The two Resistance leaders are discussing collaboration within the framework of the axis of resistance.
The Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, received the Secretary-General of the Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine, Ziad Al-Nakhalah.
During the meeting which took place in the Beirut Southern Suburbs, the two sides went over the recent events which unfolded in Gaza and the occupied West Bank.
The two Resistance leaders assessed the battle that took place with the Israeli occupation with respect to its unfolding on the field, political, and media spheres. The various developments in the region, in addition to the parties' roles in the upcoming phase, were also tackled and discussed.
It is noteworthy that the meeting between Sayyed Nasrallah and Al-Nakhalah comes weeks after Israeli aggression took place on the Gaza Strip, which led to the fall of 49 martyrs and the injury of at least 360 people.
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Two days after the aggression, on August 7, an agreement was reached on a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, on the condition that "Israel" fulfills the demands of the Islamic Jihad movement.
Hamas, PIJ: Coordination between Resistance factions advanced
On Monday, Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) movements confirmed that the choice of resistance is strategic and irreversible, and it will continue through high and advanced coordination between the two movements and all Palestinian factions.
The two movements warned the Israeli occupation against any treachery toward the Palestinian people and their valiant resistance, affirming that the response will be firm, decisive, and unified.
In a joint statement following a high-level leadership meeting in Gaza, Hamas and the PIJ underlined that the steadfast Palestinian people will continue their resistance, armed with their belief in God, their rightful national cause, and their historical right to their land from the river to the sea.