YAMAM AL SHAAR
The deputy chief of the Fatah movement and a member of its center, Mahmoud al-Alul, attacked Arab regimes participating in the economic workshop that led to the so-called "century agreement" in Bahrain's capital, Manama.
Al-Aloul said during a speech festival in the West Bank city of Nablus on Tuesday: "Our message to those we call our brothers: their stab at our appearance has increased, and their exaggeration in adulterating our cause is too much, and this question will not be allowed. "
"We will continue to regard the United States and Israel as our enemies, and we will not consider them enemies, but we will leave you to your people and hope they do not linger."
Al-Aloul emphasized that the Palestinian people were able, in unity and harmony, to fail in the "agreement of the century", and it will fail, just as in the "Bahrain street".
He added: "No agreement of your time nor the remorse workshop can pass while this people united, and we refuse to speak on our behalf only one of these people and their legitimate representative of the Palestine Liberation Organization," noting that Palestine does not is sold and not bought, has not yet created who can give up Jerusalem. "
Thousands attended the march that was launched outside the eastern Nablus complex, led by national figures and representatives of official and popular institutions, forces and factions.
Source: Sama News