The leader of the Hamas movement, Mushir al-Masri, warned against linking the file of the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip to any other path that could disrupt the reconstruction process, stressing the need to avoid any “political opportunism” in this file.
Al-Masry said during an interview, today, Tuesday, with the (evening) program on Al-Jazeera Mubasher that the file of the reconstruction of Gaza is “humane and moral and should not be politicized and should not be linked to any other tracks.”
He added, “We warn against linking the reconstruction file to any other path that could disrupt or affect it, and warn against attempting political opportunism in this file.”
Regarding the meeting of the Palestinian factions in Cairo, Al-Masry said that “the priority after the victory achieved by the Palestinian resistance is to rearrange the Palestinian house, solidify the internal front and unite forces to face the challenges that the Palestinian cause is going through.”
He explained that the Cairo meeting aims to arrange the Palestinian house, and this is the goal for which Egypt called, pointing out that there is a positive trend and efforts from Cairo to end the division, as well as other Arab interventions.
Al-Masry stressed that after the battle of Saif al-Quds, it is not the same as before in managing the conflict with the “Zionist enemy.”
Hamas said that its head, Ismail Haniyeh, arrived in Cairo today, Tuesday, to hold talks with Egyptian officials.
The movement’s official website stated that Haniyeh arrived in Cairo at the head of a delegation from the Hamas leadership, in response to an invitation from the Egyptian leadership to hold dialogues on “various political and field developments.”
The Hamas delegation includes the movement’s deputy head, Saleh al-Arouri, and members of the bureau: Musa Abu Marzouk, Izzat al-Rishq, Muhammad Nazzal, Rawhi Mushtaha, Hussam Badran and Zaher Jabarin.