• January 2, 2010

Haneyya: we succeeded in thwarting occupation plans and will meet in Aqsa

Haneyya: we succeeded in thwarting occupation plans and will meet in Aqsa

BEIT HANOUN, (PIC)– The Palestinian Prime Minister, Ismail Haneyya, told anti-siege protesters at the other side of the Beit Hanoun crossing that the steadfastness of 1948 Palestinians reinforces the steadfastness of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and said that all Palestinians will meet in a liberated Jerusalem.

Haneyya, who spoke to protesters against the Gaza siege over the phone said: “We are proud of the Palestinians from 1948 areas who came today to show solidarity with us.”

He also sent greetings to Palestinian leaders in 1948 occupied Palestine, especially Sheikh Raed Salah.

“The steadfastness of Palestinians inside [the green line] reinforces our steadfastness. We have succeeded in thwarting occupation plans and we are confidant that we will meet at the Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem which will remain Arab and Islamic,” he told the protesters.