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Rizqa Warns of New Palestinian Concessions

Rizqa Warns of New Palestinian Concessions

GAZA, (PIC)-- Dr. Yousef Rizqa, political adviser to Gaza prime minister, warned of offering new Palestinian concessions after the PA decision to resume talks with the Israeli authorities.

He renewed the Gaza government rejection to the PA's unilateral decision to offer serious concessions to the Israelis amid Palestinian people and factions’ refusal to this step.

There is no political justification for resumption of talks in light of an Israeli extremist rightwing government, an American biased policy, in addition to the unstable current Arab situation due to the systematic schemes against the Arab spring revolutions, he added.

He described the Israeli decision to release 204 Palestinian prisoners who were detained before Oslo accords as a bribery that would be canceled once the negotiations fail.

He pointed out that Netanyahu will supervise the prisoners' deal that will not include prisoners affiliated to Hamas or Jihad movements or the prisoners from 1948-occupied territories.

He stressed that resistance is the only way to release the Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails, citing Wafa al-Ahrar deal in which 1000 Palestinian prisoners, chosen by Hamas movement, were released in exchange for the Israeli Corporal Gilat Shalit.

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