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  • 10:01 - 18 November 2013

Palestinian government in Gaza embraces the displaced Syrians

Gaza (DRAH.ps) -- Ismail Haniyeh, the Palestinian Prime Minister, stated that the return of the displaced Palestinian refugees from Syria to the Gaza Strip "does not intend resettlement."

"We must return to Safad, Lod, Ramle, Haifa and Jaffa," said Haniyeh.

Having met with the displaced families at the Palestine Hotel in the west of Gaza, on Sunday, Haniyeh ordered that they must be given 500$, provided residential,  and got a family member hired.  Still, students of the displaced families are free of tuition fee and educational charges.

The Prime Minister  reckoned the help of the displaced families as a national duty "despite the difficult conditions the Palestinian government in the Gaza Strip is facing." "We will spare no effort in supporting the displaced families in Gaza, and will not differentiate between the Syrian and Palestinian."

"The displaced Syrian refugees to Gaza  have the same rights and privileges like the displaced Palestinians," said Haniyeh, addressing the attendees.

Haniyeh said he had contacts with "some brothers ", including Khaled Meshaal, head of Hamas political bureau, in order to allocate them funds.

The Prime Minister considered the Syrian martyrs "have the same rights of the martyrs of Palestine  He pointed out that the government will provide 10 thousand graduates with part-time jobs.


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