Haniyeh presents a report on the Gaza war to Khamenei… and promises continued support

After the head of the Hamas Political Bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, met with the Chief of General Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Mohammad Bagheri, Mehr Agency revealed some details about the meeting.

The agency reported that Bagheri considered that the Palestinian issue had been one of Iran’s main goals for years, stressing continued support.

While Haniyeh said that the efforts of Quds Force Commander Qassem Soleimani will never be forgotten.

The sources added that Ismail Haniyeh submitted a field report on the war in Gaza to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, while Bagheri stressed that his country’s support for the movement will undoubtedly continue.

This is not the first time. According to informed sources, Haniyeh submitted to Khamenei last November a report on the war as well, according to Reuters.

The sources added at the time that Khamenei informed Haniyeh during their meeting in the same month that “Iran will not enter the war on behalf of the movement,” because the latter did not inform them of the sudden attack that took place on October 7th.

The matter was not limited to that, as a Hamas official explained to Reuters that the Iranian Supreme Leader urged Haniyeh to silence those voices in the Palestinian movement that openly calls on Iran and its strong Lebanese ally, the Hezbollah group, to join the battle against Israel with full force.

Report on the war

The head of the Hamas political bureau arrived in Tehran last Tuesday, and was received by Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amber Abdollahian.

After discussions between the two sides, he went to the office of Iranian Guide Ali Khamenei, who announced his support for Hamas and Gaza, and Haniyeh presented a field report on the war with Israel.

Haniyeh and the accompanying delegation also met with Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf. (Arabic)

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