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Hezbollah, Hamas chiefs meet to discuss Israel-Arab ties


Hezbollah, Hamas chiefs meet to discuss Israel-Arab ties

Leaders of Lebanon's Hezbollah and the Palestinian Hamas movement, each enemies of Israel, have met to talk about diplomatic normalisation between the Jewish nation and Arab countries, a report stated Sunday.

They pressured the "stability" of the "axis of resistance" towards Israel, the Hezbollah-run Al-Manar TV channel reported, besides announcing the place or when the assembly took place.

Hassan Nasrallah, head of the Iran-backed Shiite Hezbollah movement, used to be pictured assembly Ismail Haniyeh, who heads the political bureau of Hamas, the Islamist motion that manage the Gaza Strip.

They mentioned "political and navy trends in Palestine, Lebanon and the region" and "the risks to the Palestinian cause" which includes "Arab plans for normalisation" with Israel, Al-Manar said.

The assembly comes after an August thirteen announcement that the Jewish nation and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to normalise ties.

While the US-backed diplomatic power goals to raise a regional alliance towards Iran, Palestinians have condemned it as a "stab in the back" as they continue to be underneath occupation and do not have their personal state.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has stated his united states of america is in talks with different Arab and Muslim leaders now about normalising relations, following the offers with UAE and, many years ago, Egypt and Jordan.

Haniyeh has been in Lebanon on account that Wednesday, on his first go to to the united states of america in almost 30 years, for direct and video-conference talks with different Palestinian businesses that oppose Israel's diplomatic initiative.

Israel's navy has in latest weeks centered Hamas in the Gaza Strip and what it says have been Hezbollah gunmen alongside its northern border with Lebanon.

It additionally typically launches air strikes in war-torn Syria towards what it says are Hezbollah and different pro-Iranian militants warfare on the aspect of President Bashar al-Assad's regime.

Nasrallah has been residing in a secret region for years and makes very few public appearances. He stated in 2014 that he regularly modifications his location of residence. 

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