Bahia Hariri from Gaza: Palestinian Unity is a Priority for its People

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Member of the al-Mustaqbal parliamentary bloc Bahia Hariri confirmed on Tuesday that the Arab world is looking forward to see justice achieved for the Palestinian people, the state-run National News Agency said.

During her visit to the Gaza Strip on Monday in a show of solidarity, Hariri said: “The entire Arab world is eager to see justice achieved for the Palestinians. They look forward to see them regain their land and establish an independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.”

The MP stressed that during the Israeli aggression on Gaza she maintained contacts with Hamas, the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian National Authority “to back them during the difficult days that had added to the long years of occupation, aggression and destruction.”

“We are proud of the steadfastness of the Palestinian people in confronting the aggression,” she said.

The deputy said that she chose to visit Gaza on the 10th of December because it “coincided with the proclamation of International Human Rights Day, which was issued on the same day when the rights of Palestinian people were violated. That announcement was a shame for its issuers.”

Hariri congratulated the Palestinian people for the U.N. General Assembly's decision that recognized Palestine a non-member observer state.

“Palestinian unity is a priority for the Palestinian people and all factions.”

Moreover, Hariri congratulated Hamas on the 25th anniversary since its inception.

She concluded her visit to Gaza and met with Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Hanieh, who welcomed her and the accompanying delegation.

On the Palestinian reconciliation, Hanieh said that the general atmosphere on the Palestinian arena during the conflict and after is very promising, “talks on the reconciliation have reached good levels and we believe that the first product of our efforts after the triumph of the resistance is to achieve reconciliation and restore national unity.”

In similar efforts to support the Palestinian people following the Israeli aggression on the territory, a delegation of March 14 alliance visited Gaza on November 27 in a show of solidarity.

An eight-day Israeli offensive against Gaza on November 14 killed more than 166 Palestinians and injured hundreds.

Comments 9
Missing mohammad_ca 11 December 2012, 12:05

because out of all the successes that she has, beauty is what you are looking at...get a life and start treating her for her intelligence and not how she dresses/what she looks like.

Thumb andre.jabbour 11 December 2012, 14:28

What's wrong with the Arabs, they just remembered that Palestinians do exist? All countries suddenly decided to visit Gaza.... before what? it's destruction?

Missing phillipo 11 December 2012, 14:44

Don't you realise that she can get more international recognition from one single visit to Gaza, than from 100 good deeds she will do in Saida.

Missing mohammad_ca 11 December 2012, 16:30

ok so why does nasrocrap whore the Palestinian issue to death every time he comes out of his hole?

Thumb shab 11 December 2012, 17:23

Screw the Palastinians. Fix Lebanon first

Thumb primesuspect 11 December 2012, 22:00

Why is she and her sons are named Hariri if she's the sister of Rafeek? That's her maiden name, what's her husband's name? anyone can enlighten me?

Missing mohammad_ca 12 December 2012, 03:04

In Islam a woman can keep her maiden name, she doesn't have to change it to that of her husband's

Missing mohammad_ca 12 December 2012, 03:04

Besides that, her husband is also from the same family.

Missing mohammad_ca 12 December 2012, 03:02

I replied iza bta3ref t2ra...I understand if you don't...I said to show solidarity with the Palestinians. Now that this is answered, why does Nasrocrap (tej rasak) whore the Palestinian issue to death when he comes out of his rat hole...hey if he cares about Palestine so much why doesn't HE visit Gaza instead of blabbing his sheep to death every time he talks about it.