Mecca Agreement

Fourthly, the emphasis on the principle of political partnership on the basis of the laws applied by the Palestinian Authority and political pluralism on the basis of an agreement approved by both parties. As we proclaim this agreement to our Palestinian masses, to the masses of our Arab and Islamic nation, to all friends around the world, we insist on our commitment in letter and spirit to focus on achieving our national goals, eliminating the occupation, restoring our rights and focusing on the main themes. in particular the issues of Jerusalem and refugees. The question of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, the question of prisoners, the question of prisoners and the management of the fence and the question of colonization. First, to emphasize the sanctity of Palestinian blood and to take all necessary measures to prevent bloodshed, while stressing the importance of national unity as a basis for national firmness and resistance to occupation, in addition to the achievement of legitimate national objectives of the Palestinian people and adherence to the language of dialogue as the only basis for resolving Palestinian political differences. scene. In that regard, we thank the brothers of sister Egypt and the Egyptian security delegation in Gaza, which have recently made considerable efforts to remedy the situation in that area. The Mecca Agreement, also known as the “Mecca Declaration,” is an agreement between two Palestinian factions of power, Hamas and Fatah. At the time of the Mecca agreement, Hamas was represented by Khaled Mashaal and Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniya. Fatah was represented by Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian Authority, as well as a member of the Palestinian Parliament, Mohammed Dahlan. It looks like they should renegotiate the Mecca agreement. This time written with details about Israel and plans to recognize Israel`s territorial legitimacy.

Could this be the key to ending the feud with Hamas and Fatah? Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal and Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas appeared on February 8, 2007 at a public ceremony in the city of Mecca. It was there that they signed the Mecca Agreement and announced other goals of their respective parties. Mashaal called for an immediate end to the violence between Hamas and Fatah, while Abbas begged the newly delegated government to respect previous agreements between Palestine and rival Israel. We are pleased to announce this agreement to our Palestinian masses and to the Arab and Islamic nations and to all our friends around the world. We underline our commitment to this agreement in the text and spirit, so that we can devote our time to achieving our national goals and getting rid of the occupation, regaining our rights and devoting work to the main issues, mainly Jerusalem, refugees, the Aqsa Mosque, prisoners and prisoners and the confrontation with the wall and settlements. First, to emphasize the prohibition of the spilling of Palestinian blood and to take all necessary measures and precautions to prevent the rejection of Palestinian blood and emphasize the importance of national unity as a basis for national firmness and confrontation with the occupation, to achieve the legitimate national objectives of the Palestinian people and the language of dialogue as the only basis for resolving political disagreement. . . .