Chairman of Hamas’s political bureau Khaled Mishaal stated that there are plots targeting both Gaza and Ramallah in an attempt to lay down a Palestinian leadership that serves regional agenda not Palestinian interests.
Speaking at a media meeting in Doha on Wednesday, Mishaal stressed that Hamas will not allow outsiders to middle in Palestinian affairs.
“Hamas and Fatah have their differences but they also share common grounds that we can build upon through dialogue.” He underlined.
He confirmed that lifting the siege on Gaza remains a Turkish condition for normalizing relations with Israel, noting that Turkish officials have assured the movement in this regard.
“Our top priorities are ending the internal division, supporting resistance and the ongoing uprising, and protecting Jerusalem and al-Aqsa Mosque.” He underlined.
"Ending Gaza siege is one of our top priorities," he said, at the same time stressing that Hamas seeks to spare the Gaza Strip a new Israeli war.