Palestine rejects Netanyahu’s “day-after” plan for Gaza


Published: 2024-02-23 13:11

Last Updated: 2024-04-23 13:40

Palestine rejects Netanyahu’s “day-after” plan for Gaza
Palestine rejects Netanyahu’s “day-after” plan for Gaza

Nabil Abu Rudeineh, the official spokesman for the Palestinian Presidency, in response the post-war Gaza plan Proposed by “Israeli” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, emphasized that Gaza will only be a part of the independent Palestinian state with its capital in Jerusalem.

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Abu Rudeineh added that any plans other than this are doomed to fail, and the occupation will not succeed in its attempts to change the geographical and demographic reality in the Gaza Strip.

"If the world wants security and stability in the region, it must end the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories and recognize the independent Palestinian state with its capital in the Holy City of Jerusalem," he stated.

Abu Rudeineh emphasized that Netanyahu's proposed plans aim to perpetuate the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories and prevent the establishment of a Palestinian state.

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly rejected what the Hebrew media called "Netanyahu's principles for the day after the war", considering it an official acknowledgment of the re-occupation of the Gaza Strip and the imposition of occupation control over it, as well as a plan to prolong the genocide war against our people, and an attempt to gain more time to implement the displacement plan.

The Palestinian Foreign Ministry considered it an overt maneuver to obstruct and thwart the American and international efforts aimed at linking ceasefire arrangements, the release of prisoners and detainees, with conflict resolution and the realization of the Palestinian state on the ground.

It saw that Netanyahu's principles explain his hostility and exclusion of the legitimate Palestinian authority, revealing his true position rejecting the Palestinian state and political solutions to the conflict, and his choice of wars and the vortex of violence to prolong his presence and the right-wing rule.

The Palestinian Foreign Ministry called on the US administration and Western countries to hastily recognize the Palestinian state and support its full membership in the United Nations, and to start international arrangements to hold a peace conference that would lead to ending the occupation and enable the Palestinian people to exercise their right to self-determination freely and with dignity on their homeland and state, as stated in international resolutions.

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