On the evening before of the Arab conference in Riyadh, the head of the Hamas political office wrote a letter to the King of Jordan expressing hope that Palestine and Jerusalem would be the emphasis of the rallying conference in Riyadh.
News ID: 69563
Publish Date: 06April 2018 - 10:41
According to international group of Defapress: The head of the Hamas political office, Ismail Haniya, sent a letter to King Abdullah II, the King of Jordan, and spoke in a letter about the forthcoming Arab conference that is arranged for mid-month (April).
According to the website of "Al-Resaleh", Haniyeh, in this letter, spoken gratitude of Jordan's support for the Palestinian topic and its ambitions, and expressed the hope that Palestine and Al-Quds would be the focus of the rallying conference in Riyadh.
The chairman of the Hamas political office also called for the acceptance of an Arab plan to support Palestine and its right to face the occupation regime and liberate its unusual territory.
Haniya also expressed hope that the decisions of previous meetings of the Arab chairman of state on Palestine will enter the executive phase.
The head of the Hamas political office also mentioned to the march of return on Friday (March 30th) in Gaza, calling for the Zionist regime's leaders to be brought to the international courts and enclosed by the regime in all political and economic circles.