Palestinian factions call for cancellation of Oslo, adoption of national agenda – Middle East Monitor
Five Palestinian factions called on Wednesday for the cancellation of the Oslo accords and the adoption of a national program agreed by their secretaries general in September last year, Sama reported.
According to the news agency, the five factions are the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, the Islamic Jihad in Palestine, the People’s Liberation War Vanguard, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and the Popular Front. for the liberation of Palestine. – General command.
They warned against what they called the blackmail of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) and the undermining of its status to the detriment of the rights of Palestinian refugees. EU “extortion” of UNRWA to make textbooks and curricula “compatible with Israel” aims to grow Palestinian students without knowing their national identity, they said .
The factions also reiterated the importance of accelerating the adoption of a national resistance strategy instead of Oslo and its related Paris Economic Protocol. Forming a united leadership for a comprehensive popular resistance effort aimed at pushing the Israeli occupation out of Palestine is also a priority, they insisted.
“Betting on delusional international proposals” and depending on the US-led International Quartet “is an extension of three decades of failure,” they added. “Political escalation is not done by illusory and meaningless statements, but by the accumulation of material power on the ground.”
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