Rabu, Januari 23, 2013

Mahmoud Abbas Kecam, Kutuk Lawatan PM Najib Ke Gaza


Lawatan PM Najib ke Gaza dan ke atas pemimpin Hamas menerima kecaman Mahmoud Abbas yang disifatkan boneka Israel oleh penduduk Gaza. Mahmoud Abbas, Presiden Palestin yang juga ketua pegerakan Fatah mendakwa tindakan PM Najib memecahbelahkan lagi Palestin dan mengumumkan pejabat presiden menolak dan mengutuk lawatan PM Najib ke Gaza yang dianggap mengenepikan Palestin yang pada mata mereka mewakili Tebing Barat dan tidak membawa kebaikan kepada negara Palestin.

Namun PM najib bertegas bahawa lawatannya adalah persinggahan untuk memberi sokongan kepada penduduk Gaza yang selama ini ditindas dengan ganas selain menacap batu asas sekolah yang dibiaya oleh kerajaan Malaysia, sebelum kembali dalam rangka lawatannya ke Mesir.

Mahmoud Abbas juga mengugut untuk meminta Kuala Lumpur memberikan sebab atas lawatan PM Najib yang mengambil kesempatan untuk ke Gaza atas kelonggaran yang mula diberikan oleh Mesir ke atas kawalan sempadan masuk ke Gaza melalui Rafah.

Reaksi Mahmoud Abbas dinilai sebagai kecemburuan semata-mata kerana PM Najib yang dilihat ketua pemerintah Malaysia, sebuah negara yang banyak memainkan peranan dalam membantu perjuangan Palestin, tidak memasukkan agenda melawat Tebing Barat, yang merupakan pusat pemerintahan negara Palestin.

Gaza merupakan daerah kecil Palestin yang dikuasai Hamas, terpisah dengan tanah Palestin utama iaitu Tebing Barat yang dikuasai Fatah oleh negara haram Israel.

Dasar tak sadar dek untung Mahmoud Abbas ni menunjukkan Fatah dah terkena penyakit PAS. Dah la tak pernah nak tolong Gaza sebab perbezaan politik, dikutuknya orang yang nak tolong Gaza. Takkan nak tolong Hamas salur ikut Fatah? Entah ke mana dicurahnya duit tu nanti. Akai tarak.


Malaysian PM in solidarity visit to Gaza

Najib Razak crossed into Gaza via its land border with Egypt for what he describes as a humanitarian visit.
Last Modified: 22 Jan 2013 18:56



Malaysia's prime minister has defied Israel's blockade of the Gaza Strip to visit the Palestinian enclave, a move that has earned the ire of West Bank leaders, despite Najib's pledge of solidarity with the Palestinian people.
Najib Razak, along with a group of Malaysian ministers, crossed into Gaza on Tuesday via its land border with Egypt for what he described as a humanitarian visit.

He told a joint news conference in Gaza City with Hamas leader Ismail Haniya that he came "to express my solidarity with the Palestinian people."

"This is a humanitarian visit to express our deep concerns for what happens to the Palestinian people in Gaza and to express our opposition to the aggression on Gaza," he added.

But the visit drew criticism from the office of Mahmoud Abbas,  the Palestinian president, who also heads the Fatah movement.

"The Palestinian presidency announces its rejection and condemnation of the Malaysian prime minister's visit to Gaza," a statement carried on the official WAFA news agency said.

"It undermines Palestinian representation and reinforces the division and does not serve Palestinian interests," it continued, saying Abbas' bureau would ask Kuala Lumpur "for clarification."

Call for reconciliation

Najib said his visit was intended "to show solidarity" and called for renewed reconciliation efforts between the Hamas and the rival Fatah party, including attempts to form a consensus government to pave the way for new elections.

"We believe in this unity government and we pray to Allah that the talks will be successful and a united government will become a reality in the near future," Najib said.

Najib visited a Gaza university and government offices, as well as the family of top Hamas military chief Ahmed Al-Jaabari, whose assassination by Israel in November started an eight-day war in which more than 160 Palestinians and six Israelis died.

Before leaving for Egypt, he laid the first stone at a Malaysian-funded school.

Najib was the second world leader in recent months to defy the five-year blockade and accept an invitation from Hamas, which Western states regard as a terrorist group.

Qatar's emir, Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, made a brief visit to Gaza in October and promised $400 million in aid for infrastructure.

On February 9, Moncef Marzouki, Tunisian president, is scheduled to make his first trip to the coastal strip, according to Hamas officials.

The visits have been made possible in part by Egypt's decision to loosen some of the restrictions on travel through its Rafah border crossing with Gaza, the only entry point to bypass Israel.

Imej dan sumber berita : Al-Jazeera

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