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Hamas urges Sierra Leone reconsider on Jerusalem embassy

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Hamas, the Palestine Islamic Resistance Movement, has called on Sierra Leone to reconsider its decision to open an embassy in Jerusalem. In a statement, Hamas spokesman Abdul-Latif Qanu expressed concern about the timing of Sierra Leone’s decision, as Israeli actions against Palestinians have escalated.

Qanu stated that opening an embassy in Jerusalem would only encourage further violations by the Israeli occupation army and settlers, leading to the confiscation of more Palestinian land. He condemned Sierra Leone’s decision, describing it as an infringement on the rights of the Palestinian people and supporting the occupation of their land.

“This would provide a green light for the occupation army and settlers to persist in their violations and devour more Palestinian lands, especially in Occupied Jerusalem,” said Qanu in a statement on Saturday.

Sierra Leone had announced on Friday that it would establish its embassy in Jerusalem. The decision was made following a conversation between Sierra Leone’s President Julius Maada Bio and the foreign minister of the Zionist regime, Eli Cohen.

Hamas’s call to Sierra Leone aims to align the country’s position with the rights of the Palestinian people and their just national cause. The statement emphasizes the need for solidarity in the face of escalating Israeli aggression.

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