PM Malaysia Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, (telegraph)
RAMALLAH - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak to the Gaza Strip. According to Abbas, the visit was assessed broke belahkan Palestine.
"Palestinian President's Office announced the rejection and criticism of Prime Minister of Malaysia to Gaza," said a statement from Abbas's office, as quoted by AFP on Friday (01/25/2013).
"The visit was sparked divisions, and does not represent the Palestinian national interest. Was a conspiracy that aims to meet the Israeli plan to isolate Jerusalem from the Palestinians," he added.
Abbas urged the Malaysian Government to provide clarification on a visit to Gaza. A few days ago, Malaysia has said that Najib and his officers would bring medical aid to Gaza.
Right on Tuesday, passing through the Rafah crossing in Egypt. The visit was conducted with Malaysian Foreign Minister Anifah Aman and other Palestinian officials.
In a speech in Gaza, Najib also supports Hamas and Fatah reconciliation. Najib stressed that Palestinian reconciliation will be very useful to respond to Israeli elections.
"We believe that the unity government and we pray to Allah, this dialogue will be successful and the national unity government will be a reality in the future," said Najib.
At the same time, Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh also voiced unity of Muslims, Arabs, and Palestinians to resist Israeli occupation. Haniyeh also addressing the electoral process in the Jewish State. (AUL)