Deputy head of the resistance movement Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Khalil Al-Hayyeh, said the Palestinian resistance aims to liberate Palestine and does not have a battle outside it.
This came during a public meeting organised by the movement's National Relations Department in Gaza yesterday. Al-Hayyeh said during the meeting that the movement's alliances are aimed at "serving the [Palestinian] cause and the resistance," adding that "Hamas is working on clear paths" which aim to keep the Palestinian cause alive and in the hearts of politicians and parties across the globe.
He stressed that Israel's plans aim to bring an end to the Palestinian cause and called on "the whole nation" to "serve in the [resistance] battle for Jerusalem and Palestine."
"The question of Palestine is strongly present in all political dialogues, and it is the focus of politics in the region," he said, adding that the movement's role is "to activate solidarity and interact with it, and confront the encroachment of normalisation in the region."
Al-Hayyeh stressed on the importance of Palestinian national unity, adding that division will not lead to defeating the enemy or liberating the land, expressing "Hamas' readiness for any national accord that preserves the rights of our people and supports our resistance on the path to liberation."