Sunday, 11 January 2009

The Israeli Occuopation has failed in its war on Gaza

Mishaal: The Israeli occupation has failed in its war on Gaza
[ 11/01/2009 - 12:34 PM ]

DAMASCUS, (PIC)-- Khaled Mishaal, the political bureau chairman of the Hamas Movement, said that the Israeli occupation has completely failed in its war stressing that with their ugly crimes they have created resistance in every house and every town when their stated aim was to destroy the resistance.
He said in a televised speech on Saturday evening that the Israeli occupation war is not a war against Hamas, it is a war against all Palestinian people, against the Palestinian cause and against the whole Ummah.
He said that the occupation set itself aims, but these aims started to erode with time, the enemy wanted to end the Hamas control of Gaza, end the resistance and put a strop to resistance rockets to impose solutions that will lead to the liquidation of the Palestinian cause.
He added that the Israeli occupation has failed in its aim, but admitted that the Israeli occupation succeeded in something else; "It succeeded in its shameful atrocities against our children and women, in numerous massacres, in locking people in their homes then treacherously bombing those homes, kidnapping and executing [Palestinian young men] and committing a real holocaust in Gaza."
His message to the Zionist occupation was that with their ugly war on Gaza, they have killed the last chance of a peaceful resolution because the people stopped believing in such a process after years of futile negotiations.
He added that with these atrocities against the Palestinian children and women in the Gaza Strip, the Zionist entity has succeeded in shortening its own life.
With regard to political moves and initiatives Mishaal said nothing less than a complete halt of the aggression, withdrawal of occupation troops and total lifting of the siege will be accepted to have a truce. He called for opening all crossings topped by Rafah. He championed in this respect a new agreement on administering the Rafah border terminal.
He stressed the Palestinians have the right to resist as long as there is occupation and that his movement will not accept any initiative compromising Palestinian rights.
He also rejected the deployment of international forces in Gaza and said that they would be considered as another occupation army.
The Hamas leader finally called on the Arab countries to convene in an emergency summit to deal with the situation in Gaza.

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