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MB: We Back The Palestinian Cause , Rejects Internal Strife
The Palestinian cause is of a prime importance for the Musli
Saturday, June 23,2007 00:00
by Ikhwanweb
The Palestinian cause is of a prime importance for the Muslim Brotherhood which continues to give a full support to the Palestinian Cause to liberate the occupied territories, said a Muslim Brotherhood leader .
 
Dr. Mohamed Morsi, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s (MB) Executive Bureau, said the Palestinian cause is of prime concern for the Muslim Brotherhood which will continue to give a full support to the Palestinian Cause to liberate the occupied territories .
 
Morsi warned of the newly established serious collaboration between the US administration, IOF, some Fatah leaders and a number of Arab regimes towards the the Palestinian cause .
 
The MB leader confirmed that the Muslim Brotherhood rejects any kind of internal strife between the Palestinian fellow factions, supports  decisions of Mecca Declaration and supports the decisions of the Arab League’s foreign ministers of forming a fact-finding committee, and approving dialogue as a means for solving problems among  Fatah and Hamas leaders .
 
Why does the Palestinian Authority President along with Fatah leaders accept eagerly to meet the Israeli Prime Minister, Ehud Olmert, and initiate a new dialogue with him, while these leaders refuse to meet their brothers of the Palestinian resistance, wondered Morsi .
 
Morsi confirmed that such outlandish actions serve only the occupation forces and that the latest rash decisions of Fatah leaders serve the IOF schemes of separating Gaza Strip from the West Bank and consequently besieging the resistance and preventing it from carrying out any role, and stopping its strikes against the occupation forces.
 
Dr. Morsi ended his statements with calling all parties to give a prime consideration to the interests of the Palestinian people, all factions should return to the table of dialogue and not to resort to weapons to sole inter-Palestinian problems because no Palestinian party can exclude other parties.

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