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Fatah official: “If Hamas, which is involved in resistance, is considered a terrorist movement, this means that all groups of the Palestinian people are involved in terrorism”
Palestine Today, independent Palestinian news agency (Gaza) - Dec. 2, 2018
 






Headline: “Prominent senior Fatah official: Hamas is part of us and we are part of it, we will not abandon it to fight alone on the front line”
     “Fatah Movement Central Committee member [and Fatah Commissioner for Arab and China Relations] Abbas Zaki said: ‘The proposed American resolution, which was submitted to the [UN] Security Council and condemns the Hamas Movement, is a typical racist resolution that we will fight against in every way, because it harms the Palestinian enterprise and the struggle, and not [just] a specific faction.’
Zaki added in statements to [independent Palestinian news agency] Palestine Today: ‘If Hamas, which is involved in resistance, is considered a terrorist movement, this means that all groups of the Palestinian people are involved in terrorism. This contradicts reality, as Hamas and the rest of the Palestinian factions are national liberation movements that are involved in resisting an Israeli occupation that is implementing terrorism against the members of our people’…
He continued: ‘Hamas is part of us and we are part of it if a resolution is passed against it that defines its resistance as a crime. This is because Hamas – regardless of the internal and political differences of opinion – constitutes a state of resistance, whether we want it or not. It has a broad Palestinian presence, and we cannot abandon it to fight alone on the battlefield’ …
Hamas Political Bureau member Musa Abu Marzouq said in a tweet: ‘The Fatah Movement’s position regarding the American resolution proposal… is a responsible position, which expresses the national interest of an occupied people.’”
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UN Resolution condemning Hamas - The US has proposed a resolution to condemn the terror organization Hamas for firing rockets into Israel and inciting violence, and demanding that it and other terrorist groups such as Islamic Jihad cease their terror activities, including the use of air borne incendiaries. The proposal will be voted on by the UN General Assembly on Dec. 6, 2018.

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