The “Popular Movement” considers Khaled Meshaal’s call for Morocco to sever its relations with Israel as “incitement to sedition” – Al-Youm 24

Against the backdrop of statements made by Khaled Meshaal, head of the political bureau of the Islamic Resistance Movement “Hamas” abroad, in which he called on Morocco to sever its relations with Israel, the Popular Movement Party considered this “direct incitement to sedition and an attempt to impose dictates on an independent state.”
The party added in a statement that these statements lack the minimum conditions of tact and diplomatic norms, because they ignore “the real support directed to the people of Jerusalem and the residents of Gaza, which His Majesty King Mohammed VI, may God grant him victory and support, did not skimp on, based on his fulfillment of the trust he bore as Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee.”
The statement added that these statements “jumped on the fact that supporting the people of Palestine is the position of the king and the people.”
He warned of the danger of such irresponsible statements that express the goals of an agenda outside the context of the Palestinian issue, which Morocco has given pride of place along with the issue of territorial integrity.
Meshaal believes that “it is not enough to sympathize with Gaza and express sadness and pain. Rather, we want actions, not emotions.” He called, during his participation via digital debate technology in the speech festival organized by the Unification and Reform Movement last Sunday, for Morocco to sever relations with Israel and expel the head of the Israeli Liaison Office. .
He considered Morocco’s normalization with Israel a page that should be turned because it came outside the normal context of a respectable country the size of Morocco.
He wondered how to push the West to change its position if the cards of strength in economic interests, political relations, and normalization were not moved.

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