Lebanese-Palestinian road map for a comprehensive confrontation of the deal of the century
a. Mobilize international community support through the United Nations ,the Security Council and other international organizations to endorse the right of the Palestinians to establish an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital, and the right of return of refugees based on relevant international resolutions, especially Resolution 194 and commitment to the Arab Peace Initiative (2002).
b. Work to upscale the membership of Palestine in the United Nations to a full membership, as well in representation in all its bodies and programs.
c. Maintain support to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), increased funding to better serve refugees in an integrate relief – humanitarian and empowerment – development perspectives.
d. Emphasizing the role of the United Nations in leading serious peace negotiations on the basis of the international legitimacy resolutions.
b- Confirm the commitment to the Arab peace initiative in confronting the continued Israeli aggression and its American ally against the Palestinian people and their rights and rejecting all forms of normalization (Tawteen).
c- Provide the constituents of resilience to the Palestinian people in Palestine and the refugees in the diaspora until their right to return is realized, as well as increase support for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA).
b- Expand the scope of resistance in all its forms in occupied Palestine.
c- Adopt a path of resistance diplomacy to the “Deal of the Century based on international law and relevant United Nations resolutions.
b- Launch an international and regional mobilization in support of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), and to improve the conditions of the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon and their resilience until their return to their homeland, based on the “Lebanese unified vision on Palestinian refugees issues in Lebanon” document”
c- Coordinate steps to confront the “Deal of the Century” with Palestine, the Arab League, and the international community.
The borders of states are maps drawn by peoples struggle and their inalienable rights.
• The Lebanese Working Group on Palestinian refugee affairs in Lebanon composed of the main Lebanese Parties includes: MP Ali Fayyad for Hezbollah, MP Simon Abi Ramia for the Free Patriotic Movement, Attorney Rafik Ghanem for the Lebanese Phalange Party, former MP Ammar Houry for the Future Movement, Dr. Bahaa Bou Krom for the Progressive Socialist Party, Hajj Mohamed Jebbawi for “Amal” movement, and Former Minister Tony Karam for the Lebanese Forces Party.
• The Palestinian Working Group includes representatives of the PLO factions: PLO secretary in Lebanon Fathi Abu Al-Ardat, Marwan Abdel-Al for the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Ali Faisal from the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Ghassan Ayoub for Palestinian People’s Party; and the representatives of the Palestinian National Forces: Dr. Ahmed Abdel Hadi, Hamas movement in Lebanon, Ghazi Dabour for Popular Front-General commandment, and Rafik Rmaid for Fatah-Intifada.