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Any talk about disarming the resistance is forbidden: Zaki

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Gaza6Nov15RAMALLAH (PNIC):-Senior Fatah official Abbas Zaki has called for protecting the armed resistance against the Israeli occupation, condemning those who seek to disarm the resistance as “antinational and without identity.”

“The weapon of the resistance is clean and must be protected, and every day we become more trained and stronger because we are not like sheep offered for slaughter. Those who want to harm the armed resistance cannot be patriotic and their identity is questionable,” Zaki told a local radio program on Thursday.

“We are not slaves and we will not disarm, and any talk about the issue of armed resistance is forbidden,” the Fatah official underlined, affirming that the military wing of Fatah in Gaza would be reactivated and armed again.

He stressed that the Palestinian government has no right to take decisions on the major national files or demand the resistance to disarm.

Zaki made his remarks one day after Palestinian police chief Hazem Atallah demanded Hamas to disarm its armed wing, al-Qassam Brigades, claiming that such step would contribute to the success of the national reconciliation.

 
 
 
 
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