Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Government to face a "national decision" if embargo not lifted; security plan to go ahead
"Gaza - Ma'an - The Palestinian government would be facing a crucial "national decision" if the international community fails to bear their responsibilities and lift the embargo imposed on the Palestinian people, Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh assured on Tuesday .
Haniyeh said, "The Palestinians have suffered too much from the Israeli occupation on one hand, and from the tyrannical embargo on the other."
The "national decision", according to Haniyeh, will be taken unanimously in accordance with the interests of the Palestinian people. It will include a mechanism to respond to the Israeli threats on the Palestinian cities and villages, which culminated with the threats to invade the Gaza Strip......"
"You just keep on waving and smiling and everything will be fine" -- Ahmad Yousef