Tayseer Khaled , member of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, member of the Political Bureau of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, described Israel as functional state that the imperialist forces planted in the region to be one of their aggressive tools to interfere in the affairs of the region, control it and plunder its wealth, and that such functional state depends on its actions and its policies outlaws , have the protection that these imperialist countries, especially the United States of America, still providing to act as an exceptional state above accountability.
This came in light of the pledge of the Israeli Minister of Settlement, Tzachi Hanegbi, during his speech in the Knesset last night, after an agreement with Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to settle the status of 70 settlement outposts in the occupied West Bank and turn them into settlements before the current US President Donald Trump leave White House , a step that was blessed by Settlements Council who demanded it to be implemented on the ground as soon as possible, by forming a team to settle the status of dozens of outposts.
Tayseer Khaled warned of the danger that Likud leader and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would exploit the remaining period of US President Donald Trump in the White House and take such a step to restore his position among settlers and the extreme right media and to limit the role of his right-wing opponent, Nafnai Bennett, who presents himself as a strong competitor to a prime minister awaiting trials. on suspicions of corruption and a fate similar to that of his master in White House
At the same time, he called to revoke restoring relations with the Israeli enemy to what they were before the nineteenth of last May and to respect the decisions of the Palestinian National Council in its last session in 2018, the decisions of the central councils, the decision of the Palestinian leadership meeting on the nineteenth of last May and the outcomes of the General secretaries meeting on the third of last September and respecting the rules of political partnership and collective leadership, in these national, regional and international circumstances, which present to the Palestinian leadership a number of challenges that require steadfastness on what was agreed upon and which gave public opinion a ray of hope for a new political stage that opens prospects for a new policy through which we will confront the aggressive, expansionist and hostile policy of the Israeli government.