Haneyya government condemns the assaults on the Palestinians of Akka

Hamas: Jewish assaults on Palestinians in Akka one of the fruits of Annapolis

[ 10/10/2008 – 04:54 PM ]
GAZA, (PIC)– Hamas said, on Friday, that the escalation of assaults by Zionist occupiers against the Palestinian residents of the city of Akka, in northern occupied Palestine, is one of the fruits of the Annapolis conference which stressed the concept of occupied Palestine being the homeland for the Jews.

Dr. Sami Abu Zuhri, spokesman of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, said, in a statement to PIC, that the escalation of attacks against Palestinians in 1948-occupied Palestine, the last of which were the attacks taking place over the past two days in Akka, is a clear indication of the increase in the levels of Zionist racism against Palestinians.

He added that his movement considers these attacks as a fruit of the Annapolis conference, which was held last November and tried to consolidate the concept of 1948-occupied Palestine being the homeland for the Jews, encouraging more racism against 1948-Palestinians who already suffer from being treated as second class citizens.

Abu Zuhri said that instead of the said conference producing a Palestinian state which the conference was marketed as aiming for, it has produces assaults against Palestinians with the aim of uprooting the remaining Palestinians in 1948-occupied Palestine.

“ Mavet le Arabim” or “death to the Arabs” and “Arabs out.”

Haneyya government condemns the assaults on the Palestinians of Akka

The Palestinian government under Prime Minister Ismael Haneyya condemned the assaults by Jewish settlers on the indigenous Palestinian residents of the city of Akka in northern Palestine.
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