The chairman of the Politburo of the Palestinian movement Hamas, Ismail Haniya, called for the formation of a “joint field command” to fight Israel.
The head of the movement that controls the blockaded Gaza Strip commented on the harsh interference of the Israeli security forces in the farewell ceremony for the journalist Shirin Abu Akile, who was killed by the Israeli military. “Those who are afraid even of the coffin of the heroine (Shirin) and the waving Palestinian flags have no right to live on our land. We call for the speedy creation of a unified command that will direct the fight against the occupation,” Khania wrote on social networks.
Haniyeh called on the Palestinian Authority led by Mahmoud Abbas to refuse to cooperate with Tedb Aviv in the field of security and withdraw from the Oslo agreements.
He stressed that Palestine is at a new stage of development, which requires decisive and strategic decisions.
Al-Jazeera TV journalist Shirin Abu Akile was killed by Israeli forces on May 11 near a refugee camp in the city of Jenin in the occupied West Bank.
According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, a 51-year-old employee of the Qatari TV channel died from a gunshot wound to the head.
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