Palestinian resistance movements call for leaving Oslo and ending ‘security coordination’
Palestinian resistance movements on Wednesday called for a full withdrawal from the Oslo Accords and an end to “security coordination” between the Palestinian Authority and Israeli occupation security services, Quds Press reported.
Speaking on behalf of the movements, senior Islamic Jihad official Nafeth Azzam said Oslo had given “legitimacy” to the Israeli occupation and illegal Jewish settlements.
The Israeli occupation has detained more than 135,000 Palestinians, including 20,000 minors and 2,500 women since the signing of the Oslo Accords. pic.twitter.com/XiAZj0yi0G
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Azzam made the comments at a conference in Gaza to mark the anniversary of the Oslo Accords. He also issued a warning about the normalization of Arab states with Israel.
“This path is doomed to failure. The Palestinians surprised the world with their rejection of Oslo and their rejection of the normalization of ties between the occupation and the Arab nations.
The Veiled Danger of the “Dead” Oslo Accords | Ramzy Baroud https://t.co/ezIVn6Jkcq via @MiddleEastMnt pic.twitter.com/odJTGj8l7B
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The Palestinian resistance, he pointed out, shattered the security equation of the Israeli occupation and forced it out of the Gaza Strip seventeen years ago.
(MEMO, PC, SOCIAL)