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Fatah Movement: Egyptian-Qatari Consensus Exerts Pressure on Occupation to Cease Aggression on Gaza

Sun 04 Feb 2024 | 08:29 AM
By Ahmad El-Assasy

In a significant development amidst ongoing tensions in the Middle East, Jibril Rajoub, the Secretary-General of the Central Committee of the Fatah Movement, highlighted the crucial outcomes of a quadripartite meeting held in Paris involving Egypt, Qatar, Israel, and the United States. 

The meeting aimed to establish a strategic vision to end the Israeli aggression on Gaza, with the concord between Cairo and Doha emerging as a pivotal element in countering the occupation forces.

During an exclusive interview with the program "In the Evening with Quswa" on the CBC channel, Rajoub pointed out Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's intentions to achieve strategic and political objectives by expanding the war on Gaza. 

According to Rajoub, Netanyahu's goals include the eradication of the Palestinian cause and the concept of a Palestinian state, alongside an attempt to terrorize the region and undermine Arab dignity.

Rajoub stressed the urgent need to halt Israeli aggression and open a political horizon to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, adhering to United Nations principles. 

He extended gratitude towards Egypt and Qatar for their relentless efforts to preserve the Palestinian issue and their endeavors to cease the aggression.

This diplomatic engagement between Egypt and Qatar, along with the involvement of Israel and the United States, underscores a growing international concern over the escalating conflict in Gaza. 

The consensus between Cairo and Doha is seen as a significant step towards applying international pressure on Israel to reconsider its aggressive stance and seek a peaceful resolution in line with global expectations and norms.