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    From the Iranian news service...

    Iran's Vice-President Parviz Davoudi has said Palestinian nation's victory against the Zionist regime of Israel is definite according to divine promises.

    Davoudi said in a meeting with Palestinian prime minister Ismail Haniyeh here that Muslims and all free and independent people in the world support palestinian government -- due to its right stances-- and Palestinians' unprecedented resistance against Zionist usurpers and their allies.

    He said that defending Palestine means safeguarding Islam, adding that enemies of freedom and humanity are doomed to failure and lofty aspirations of Palestine would be materialized thanks to resistance of young Palestinians.

    Referring to all-out support of Iranian nation and government for the Palestinian nation's resistance, Davoudi announced Iran's readiness to put its valuable achievements and experiences in the political and urban development sectors at the disposal of Palestinians.

    Haniyeh for his part touched on the sanctions imposed on the Palestinian government by the Zionist regime and its US-led allies in a bid to gain diplomatic advantages and provide security arms for the artificial regime of Israel.

    He said that popular Palestinian government doesn't recognize the occupiers' legitimacy and regards resistance of Palestinian nation against Zionists as their natural right.

    He called recent eight-month tyrannical sanctions against the Palestinian nation and government "vain" and said the Palestinians would continue defense and resistance until the main aspiration of Palestine, i.e. liberation of Holy Qods, is met.

    In conclusion, Palestinian prime minister thanked Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei and the Iranian government and nation for supporting Palestinians.


    And this from Yahoo:

    Haniyeh: Hamas won't recognize Israel
    Associated Press Writer
    Fri Dec 8, 2:37 PM ET

    TEHRAN, Iran - The Palestinian prime minister vowed his Hamas-led government will never recognize Israel and will fight for Jerusalem, telling a crowd at an Iranian mosque on Friday that he will resist U.S. pressure to moderate. Jerusalem in not in the West Bank... It is part of Israel.

    Ismail Haniyeh's sermon came on the first day of his visit to an increasingly influential ally of the Hamas movement. Iran has given $120 million to the Hamas-led government, which is starved for funds because of a financial blockade by the West.

    Hamas officials in Gaza said they expected Iran to pledge more money to Haniyeh, around $30 million a month. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because no announcement had been made.

    Haniyeh's visit came at a crucial time in efforts to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, which hinges on whether Hamas and its moderate Fatah rival can form a national unity government. The Fatah party hopes Hamas will be sidelined enough in a new government to allow a resumption of negotiations.

    The United States and other Western countries are pressing Hamas, which took over the Palestinian government after winning January elections, to recognize Israel and renounce violence.

    Haniyeh said he would do no such thing, adopting his hosts' label of "the world arrogance" to refer to the U.S. during his sermon to thousands of Friday prayer worshippers at Tehran University.

    "The world arrogance and Zionists ... want us to recognize the usurpation of the Palestinian lands and stop jihad and resistance and accept the agreements reached with the Zionist enemies in the past," Haniyeh said, speaking in Arabic with a simultaneous translation into Farsi.

    "We will never recognize the usurper Zionist government and will continue our jihad-like movement until the liberation of Jerusalem," he said.

    An official in Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's office, David Baker, said Haniyeh's comments were "precisely this type of extremist rhetoric that fuels terror and has prevented any chance of progress between Israel and the Palestinians."

    Ahmed Abdel Rahman, an adviser to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas of Fatah, said that if Hamas wants to be part of a unity government, it will need to abide by agreements the PLO has signed. This would imply recognition of Israel.

    "I can't criticize him (Haniyeh) when he is talking in the name of Hamas. But if he is speaking as prime minister, he should abide by the national agenda," said Abdel Rahman.

    In the Gaza Strip, some 6,000 Palestinians turned out for two rallies in support of Haniyeh, waving Hamas' green flags and pictures of the prime minister.

    Hamas has displayed some flexibility in the efforts to push the peace process forward. Haniyeh said he was willing to step down as prime minister in any new government, while Hamas has called a cease-fire in the Gaza Strip.

    But talks on forming a new government have stalled, with Hamas refusing to give up the Interior Ministry, which runs the security forces. Months of talks through Egyptian mediation have also failed to reach a deal for a prisoner swap to win the release of an Israel soldier held by Hamas-linked militants.

    Hamas' exiled political leader, Khaled Mashaal, said Hamas had made "a lot of concessions" to forming a new government, but every time it meets with Fatah "we discovered new things aimed at placating the U.S."

    He told a rally in Damascus, Syria, that the captured Israeli soldier's release would only come through a swap of Palestinians held by Israeli.

    "You should know that either you respond to our demands or we are going to an open conflict and victory will be ours," he said.

    Haniyeh, whose four-day visit was his first tour abroad since the Hamas-led government took office in March, was expected to meet Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who has called for Israel to be "wiped off the map."

    "They (Israelis) assume the Palestinian nation is alone. This is an illusion," Haniyeh said. "We have a strategic depth in the Islamic Republic of Iran."

    Iran had close ties with Israel when Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was in power. When the 1979 Islamic revolution toppled the shah, Iran broke ties with Israel and turned the Israeli Embassy into the Palestinian Authority embassy.


    I hope you pro Palestinians on this board understand the barbaric animals you are supporting, and understand the murder and hate you condone in doing so..

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    TheWorker Guest

    Re: From the Iranian news service...

    let them fund Palestine....enjoy!!!

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