Popular Resistance Committees: Resistance Only Way to Uproot "Israel"
On the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people, factions call on the Palestinian Authority to stop all relations with "Israel", and stress that Resistance is the only way to end the occupation.
On the occasion of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people, the Popular Resistance Committees in Palestine considered that the decision to partition the land represents Western and international complicity "that will not legitimize the usurpation of Palestine by the criminal Zionist enemy entity."
The 29th of November marks the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People that the UN celebrates every year.
It also coincides with the day the UN General Assembly adopted Partition Resolution No. (181) which called for the partition of Palestinian lands to accommodate the occupation's expansionist goals, forcefully separating the land into "Arab and Jewish states".
The Committees considered that the partition plan "laid the foundations for the largest mass expulsion and displacement of the Palestinian people in history."
In a statement, the Committees affirmed that the only feasible way to uproot "Israel" is through resistance in all its forms.
It called on the Palestinian Authority to stop all relations, agreements, and negotiations with the Israeli occupation, as well as withdraw its recognition of it.
In the same context, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine considered that ending the occupation could only come through the escalation of the struggle against "Israel," and called for unifying the Arab stance against normalization.
For its part, the Palestinian Freedom Movement urged the Palestinian authority to harmonize with and acknowledge the magnitude of international solidarity that supports Palestinians and rejects the occupation.
Moreover, the Global Campaign to Return to Palestine celebrated the occasion through a series of projects and activities in support of the Palestinian people and their steadfastness in their land.
The International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people is considered an opportunity to draw attention to the Palestinian cause that remains unresolved and the fact that Palestinians have not obtained their inalienable rights, despite numerous international resolutions.