Khaled Mashal urges unified response to Israeli displacement

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The overseas head of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement, Khaled Mashal. (Photo: Twitter)
AMMAN — In a recorded speech during the 22nd Al-Aqsa Festival in Karak on Saturday, Khaled Mashal, the overseas head of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), called for a unified response against Israel's plan to displace Palestinians from the occupied West Bank. He emphasized that the issue transcends mere settlement expansion, highlighting that it's a calculated strategy to relocate West Bank residents to Jordan. Mashal criticized the Netanyahu government's extremism and historical actions, claiming it seeks to quickly settle conflicts in the West Bank, occupied Jerusalem, and Al-Aqsa Mosque, echoing the Zionists' sentiment that Palestinians should consider Jordan as their homeland.اضافة اعلان

Mashal underlined the broader aim of the occupation, targeting both Palestine and Jordan. He pointed out the intention to expel West Bank residents, solidify control over Jerusalem both politically and religiously, and assert dominance over Al-Aqsa Mosque. This aligns with reports from the Palestinian Media Center. He stressed that the immediate threat isn't just to Al-Aqsa but to its potential desecration and seizure, prompting a crucial question about the loss of land and identity, Ammon News, Al-Rai reported.

Mashal reassured the Arab and Islamic world that the dedication to resistance remains strong, centering on Gaza, the West Bank, and the 1948 territories He rallied all proponents of freedom within the nation to unite against the Zionist agenda. Stressing the enemy's heightened conflict escalation, he called for a corresponding response. Mashal concluded by expressing admiration for Jordan and its people, lauding the valor of the Jordanian army's sacrifices, and reaffirming their unwavering solidarity with the nation.

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