Hamas says Feyadh should stand trial
Hamas has called for Palestinian caretaker Prime Minister Salam Feyadh to be tried in a court of law, arguing that he has undermined the Palestinian cause.
In a statement issued on Saturday, Hamas accused Feyadh of working against the interests of the Palestinian nation with regard to the issues of the final status of Jerusalem al-Quds, the Palestinians’ right of return to their homeland, and the exact demarcation of borders.
Arguing that the Palestinian Legislative Council has not endorsed Feyadh’s administration, the statement went on to say that the cabinet of the caretaker Palestinian prime minister lacks legitimacy.
Earlier on Sunday, Feyadh made certain remarks that could be regarded as treasonous, the Hamas statement added.
Hamas also said that Feyadh had had a hand in the arrest of a host of Palestinian prisoners and the martyrdom of many others in the West Bank and therefore must stand trial for his actions.
In the statement, the Islamic Resistance Movement once again asserted its commitment to the liberation of the occupied Palestinian territories and the return of Palestinian refugees to their homeland.
In addition, Hamas called on all Palestinian groups to stand united in the face of conspiracies.