A political delegation from the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) held a series of meetings with government officials and Malaysian party leaders during a several-day visit.
The delegation headed by Osama Hamdan, the official of the Arab relations in the movement met with Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Zahid Hamidi in his office in the administrative capital (Putra Jaya). The two sides discussed the developments of the Palestinian case and the systematic policies and practices of Israel targeting Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Gaza Strip and other Palestinian areas.
In turn, the Malaysian minister said that Malaysia stands by the Palestinian people side to achieve their just rights and expressed his condemnation of the closure of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
The delegation also met with the secretary-general of the ruling party, Mr. Tinko Adnan, where they reviewed the latest developments and what the Palestinians face in the occupied territory and the role that the Arab and Islamic nation can play at this time.
Adnan stressed the need for unity of the nation and the rejection of differences and he called for concentrating more on the joint action to achieve the interests of the nation and its peoples.
During his visit, Hamdan delivered a mass speech attended by tens of thousands at the closing ceremony of the Fourth Islamic Conference of the Unity of the Nation in the state of Clantan.
It is noteworthy that the delegation met with the leadership of the party Amana and representatives of civil society.