עברית

 






Entire Page


PA and Fatah personalities
Zakariya Al-Agha
PA and Fatah personalities
Mahmoud Abbas
Zakariya Al-Agha
Azzam Al-Ahmad
Mahmoud Al-Aloul
Yasser Arafat
Hanan Ashrawi
Marwan Barghouti
Muhammad Dahlan
Sultan Abu Al-Einein
Saeb Erekat
Salam Fayyad
Laila Ghannam
Mahmoud Al-Habbash
Amal Hamad
Rami Hamdallah
Atallah Hanna
PA Mufti Muhammad Hussein
Yusuf Ida'is
Hanna Issa
Issa Karake
Muhammad Al-Madani
Ibrahim Mudayris

Jamal Muhaisen

Nasser Al-Qidwa

Ahmed Qurei

Jibril Rajoub
Samir Al-Rifai
Sabri Saidam
Dalal Salameh
Nabil Shaath
Hussein Al-Sheikh
Muhammad Shtayyeh
Tawfiq Tirawi
Abbas Zaki
Zakariya Al-Agha
Zakariya Al-Agha has been a member of the Fatah Central Committee since 1994, and a member of the PLO Executive Committee since 1996. He formerly served as the head of the PLO Department for Refugee Affairs. Since 2015 he has served as Fatah's General Commissioner of Mobilization and Organization in his place of residence, the Gaza Strip.
PA daily: “The extremist Jew Michael Dennis” set fire to Al-Aqsa Mosque in 1969 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 22, 2011
Headline: "Dr. Zakariya Al-Agha calls upon both the Arab and the Islamic nation to aid Jerusalem and to protect Al-Aqsa [Mosque]"
"Dr. Zakariya Al-Agha, member of the PLO Executive Committee and head of the Refugee Department, called upon the Arab and Islamic nation… to support Jerusalem and to protect the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the plans of the Israeli occupation and its herds of settlers, which seek to destroy it in order to build their alleged Temple upon its ruins...
Dr. Al-Agha stated that the crime of setting fire to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, [perpetrated] by the extremist Jew Michael Dennis, on July 21, 1969, represents one of the foundations of the Israeli occupation strategy, as part of its racist plans to destroy the property of the Religious Trust and the Islamic and Christian religious heritage in Jerusalem, the eternal capital of Palestine. This is meant to erase the spiritual and religious bonds represented by these places, in anticipation of Judaizing them and distancing them from their Palestinian and Arab environment."
PLO official: UN resolutions affirm the Palestinian right of return 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Aug. 8, 2011
Headline: "Al-Agha: [UN] Resolution 194 guarantees the right of return, which will not be ‎harmed or influenced by the establishment of the Palestinian state"‎
     ‎"Member of the PLO Executive Committee and head of its department for refugee ‎affairs, Zakariya Al-Agha, emphasized that the right of return [of Palestinian refugees] ‎would not be harmed or influenced in any way by the establishment of a Palestinian state, ‎whether it arose on the basis of [UN] Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338, or ‎whether on the basis of the Partition Plan [Resolution] 181. He noted that Resolution 181 ‎affirms the right of return… He said: 'No one has the right to demand of us not to appeal to ‎the UN, or to threaten us with ceasing [their] assistance if we go ahead with the appeal."‎
PLO official demonizes Israelis in 1948 as "Israeli gangs" 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, May 2, 2011
Headline: “Al-Agha: Joint committee including Fatah and Hamas to mark the 63rd anniversary of the catastrophe (“The Nakba” – the establishment of the State of Israel)”
     “Member of the PLO Executive Council and head of the PLO department for refugee affairs, Zakariya Al-Agha, announced yesterday the commencement of events marking the 63rd anniversary of the catastrophe (“The Nakba” – the establishment of the State of Israel)”. He called upon every Palestinian to participate and emphasized the right of the refugees to return to the land from which they were expelled in 1948 by the Israeli gangs…
During a press conference in Gaza City, Al-Agha noted that the anniversary is taking place against the backdrop of the signing of the preliminary reconciliation agreement between Fatah and Hamas…
He revealed that a joint committee, including Fatah and Hamas, had been established to mark the anniversary of the catastrophe – something which had not happened for the past five years, owing to the [Fatah-Hamas] rift.”
PLO official opposes Holocaust education in Palestinian UNRWA-run schools 
Source: Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, Mar. 21, 2011
     "Head of the [PLO] Department for Refugee Issues, Zakaria al-Agha... emphasized his objection to teaching the subject of the Holocaust in UNRWA's schools."
Click to view bulletin
12
Display all
More in this category
1- Video




Entire Page






Created by swat