The leaders of Hamas, Islamic Jihad and the PFLP met in Beirut on Saturday. According to reports published in the Palestinian media, the customs stressed at the meeting "the importance of escalating the overall resistance against Israel, especially the armed one." They agreed to strengthen all forms of coordination between the organizations and discussed "establishing a united front of resistance on the ground."
The meeting was attended by Saleh al-Arouri, deputy leader of Hamas, Ziad Nakhala, leader of Islamic Jihad, and Jamil Mazhar, deputy secretary general of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
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The three reportedly discussed ways to repel "the growing Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people, especially the threats to carry out assassinations." They also noted that "the settlers' calls to break into Al-Aqsa are a declaration of war against the Palestinian people and must be repelled and answered with all our might."
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