PAS supports formation of #Aid4Palestine secretariat



KOTA BARU: PAS has welcomed the government's move to establish the #Aid4Palestine secretariat aimed at helping the Palestinians struggle against Zionist regime's attacks.

Party's vice-president Datuk Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah said the move would definitely help the people of Palestine who have been facing the Zionist's cruel acts since last week.

"While Muslims in other countries were enjoying celebrating the first day of Syawal yesterday, Palestinians were continuously bombarded by airstrikes from the Zionist regime.

"The United Nations (UN) warns that a massive war could be triggered with the tension in Palestine, which has claimed 100 lives and injured 600 others.

"Therefore, the establishment of #Aid4Palestine Secretariat as suggested by Prime Minister's Special Ambassador to the Middle East Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang is most welcome," said Amar in his Facebook posting.

In expressing the solidarity of the Kelantan government for Muslims in Palestine, the Deputy Menteri Besar called upon Malaysians to show their unwavering support to Palestinians.


"Malaysians must use whatever skills they have including via social media to increase pressure on the Israeli Zionist regime which has inhumanely oppressed and violated the rights of Islamic countries," he added

The #Aid4Palestine secretariat, a collaborative effort of more than 40 non-governmental organisations (NGOs), has been set up to mobilise a mission to take proactive and immediate actions to help the Palestinian struggle against the Zionist regime's oppression.

Hadi was reported to have said the secretariat would serve as the coordinator of the NGOs and the civil society network to mobilise Malaysians' awareness campaigns on the Palestinian struggle.

At the same time, he had said it also has a role to coordinate the collection of #Aid4Palestine funds through crowdfunding, with a target of RM1 million to be channelled directly to Palestine.

Hadi had also said the intifada movement in Palestine was a symbol of unity, and it was related to the rise of Muslims across national borders and sectarian differences, who were defending justice and the rights of the Palestinians.

Hadi had also said all Muslims should continue to pray and put pressure on the Zionist regime by various means, and employ the latest technology so that atrocities against the Palestinians can be stopped, and their rights restored.


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