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Qassem: Any Party That Coordinates with the Occupation

Qassem: Any Party That Coordinates with the Occupation, Untrusted

NABUS, (PIC)-- Abdul-Sattar Qassem, professor of political science at An-Najah National University,  said that any party that coordinates with the occupation could also participate in the incitement campaign against the resistance.

Concerning the documents published by Hamas movement, he stated that any party that participates in the security and administrative coordination with the occupation could never be trusted.

The resistance and security coordination with the occupation are two contradictory lines could never meet, he pointed out.

Qassem called on Hamas and resistance factions not to support "the people of falsehood" who should be removed from the national equation.

The Israeli authorities inform its people of everything going on concerning the negotiations, however the Palestinian people is in a continued maze since 1991.

Meanwhile, Sami Abu Zahri the spokesman for Hamas movement called on PA president Mahmoud Abbas to dissolve the Palestinian media and security committee in Egypt that was formed to launch an incitement campaign against Hamas movement.

Abu Zahri said that only this step would put an end to the incitement against the Palestinian resistance and to restore the Palestinian internal relation.


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