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Hayya: The caretaker gov’t is to expand its cabinet soon
Hayya: The caretaker gov’t is to expand its cabinet soon
Dr. Khalil Al-Hayya, a prominent Hamas leader, stated that the PA caretaker government headed by premier Ismail Haneyya is working on expanding its cabinet to promote and facilitate its administrative duties, stressing at the same time the unity of Hamas positions inside and outside Palestine and the failure of the Israeli siege to eliminate it.
Saturday, April 5,2008 17:39
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Dr. Khalil Al-Hayya, a prominent Hamas leader, stated that the PA caretaker government headed by premier Ismail Haneyya is working on expanding its cabinet to promote and facilitate its administrative duties, stressing at the same time the unity of Hamas positions inside and outside Palestine and the failure of the Israeli siege to eliminate it.

During a festival organized by Hamas on Friday in honor of its assassinated leaders, Hayya underlined in a speech that the Palestinian security apparatuses in Gaza have opened the file of spies and brought them to justice after interrogating them, pointing out that the interior ministry will publish soon this black file in public. 

The Hamas leader highlighted the unity of Hamas, saying whoever thinks that Hamas is divided is delusional because its positions are one inside or outside Palestine and those who dealt and deal with the Movement realize this fact well.

Regarding the truce issue, Hayya underscored that there is no calm with the Israeli occupation, and the Movement along with the Palestinian resistance factions could not accept to give Israel a free calm in Gaza alone without including the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

He also warned of the repercussions of the ongoing Israeli siege on Gaza, adding that the Palestinian people would not remain silent and keep seeing each other die and starve and no one can blame them when they revolt everywhere.


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