Haneyya: Sudan’s normalization deal with Israel “political deviance”

Ismail Haneyya
Ismail Haneyya

Days of Palestine – Doha – Head of Hamas’s political bureau Ismail Haneyya has condemned Sudan’s normalization deal with Israel as “a political aberration that reflects the nature of the schism between the [Arab] rulers and the nation’s conscience and history.”

In press remarks, Haneyya expressed his Movement’s confidence that Sudan’s deal with Israel does not reflect the nobility of the Sudanese people and their historical positions towards the Palestinian cause.

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The Hamas leader also appreciated the Sudanese popular positions that rejected the normalization deal with the Israeli occupation state, asserting that such deals would not succeed in reshaping the regional map according to the Israeli mood.

“The regional map is drawn only by the peoples who are adherent to their constants and our inalienable rights in Palestine and refuse to recognize the usurping Zionist entity that will not have a future at the expense of our people’s rights on their homeland Palestine,” he said.

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Haneyya also expressed his Movement’s extreme anger over the French leadership’s persistence and involvement in insulting Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and the great religion of Islam and inciting hatred, hostility and violence against the Muslim nation.

He stressed that such French behavior “undermines the meanings of tolerance and coexistence between the world’s peoples and nations.”

(Source / 26.10.2020)

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