Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh special message for people of Pakistan

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh special message for people of Pakistan

Ismail Haniyeh, the leader of Hamas, delivered a special message during the Islamic Jamiat-e-Islami's march in Islamabad. He said, "I extend greetings on behalf of the people of Palestine and Gaza to you for this great Al-Aqsa March, which took place in Islamabad under the leadership of Jamiat-e-Islami's Ameer Siraj-ul-Haq."

On one hand, it is a message to the United States, which declared support for Israel's killing of Gaza's people, including children, women, and the elderly, by providing all kinds of weapons to Israel.

Ismail Haniyeh emphasized that on the other hand, it is a message to Israel's illegal occupier government that Palestine belongs to the Muslims, and they are not willing to be even an inch deprived of it. Furthermore, he mentioned that for Gaza in particular and all Palestinians in general, the entire Muslim Ummah stands with them.

The mujahideen of Hamas and the people of Palestine have raised a storm called the "Storm of Al-Aqsa" against the enemy, burying all the enemy's ambitions to destroy Al-Aqsa Mosque and take control of it. They thought they would keep Gaza's people under permanent siege and keep the Palestinian people in permanent slavery, imprisoning thousands of Palestinians in Israeli jails without any crime.

The Hamas leader stated that the conspiracies to make Israel's illegal state accepted by Muslim countries have been shattered. Even the United Nations General Assembly had to face Israel and the United States when 120 countries expressed unity with Gaza.

The people of Pakistan, especially Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan, have always been unwavering in their support for Jerusalem and Palestine. Ismail Haniyeh conveyed his greetings to the entire Pakistani nation through this grand demonstration and showed respect on behalf of the Palestinian people.

He also expressed gratitude to Pakistan for the statement of Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Munir Akram.