The Emir of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, received – today, Monday in Doha, Palestinian Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh, and they discussed the file of rebuilding Gaza and providing political support for the Palestinian cause and the occupied city of Jerusalem.
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While the Palestinian Prime Minister thanked Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad for the permanent support of the State of Qatar to Palestine, especially with regard to the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip.
The Prime Minister of Qatar, Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, also discussed with his Palestinian counterpart, Muhammad Shtayyeh, developments in the Palestinian arena.
The Qatar News Agency said that “Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, held a meeting this morning with the Prime Minister of the sisterly State of Palestine, Muhammad Shtayyeh.”
She added that “the two sides discussed developments in the Palestinian arena, especially with regard to protecting Al-Aqsa Mosque and Islamic sanctities, and ways to establish the ceasefire.”
She explained that they discussed “Arab and international efforts to rebuild the Gaza Strip, bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries, and ways to support and develop them.”
The glare of the case
In an interview with Al-Jazeera, Muhammad Shtayyeh said that the Palestinian cause has regained its luster, and is at the top of the world’s agenda.
He added that the Palestinian Authority had asked the US administration to remove the name of the Palestine Liberation Organization from the list of sponsors of terrorism.
With regard to Palestinian reconciliation, Shtayyeh expressed his hope that the Cairo dialogue would end the state of division between the West Bank and Gaza.
Regarding demands to prosecute Israel, he said that the International Criminal Court will investigate all parties, expressing his hope that it will hold accountable the perpetrators of violations against the Palestinian people in Jerusalem and Gaza.