The daddy of Avraham Mengistu, the Israeli Ethiopian man who’s being held by Hamas within the Gaza Strip, on Wednesday appealed to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to assist set up the whereabouts of his son.
The attraction got here throughout a gathering in Ramallah between the daddy, Eli, and Abbas, the PA’s official information company Wafa stated.
Mengistu crossed into the Gaza Strip on September 7, 2014 and has since been lacking. He was reportedly detained and interrogated by Hamas. His household says he’s mentally unstable and has been handled in a psychological hospital up to now.
In keeping with Wafa, Mengistu’s father was amongst a bunch of Israeli Ethiopians who met with Abbas in his Ramallah workplace on Wednesday night.
The group was led by former MK Shlomo Molla and Avihu Azaria, a non secular chief of the Ethiopian group in Israel.
The company quoted Mengistu’s father as telling Abbas in the course of the assembly: “We name upon President Abbas to assist us set up the whereabouts of our son, who misplaced his approach and has been held within the Gaza Strip for a number of years. The Israeli authorities has offered nothing to the household relating to his case. We attraction to President Abbas to resolve his case.”
Molla, for his half, was quoted as telling Abbas that the Ethiopian group in Israel sees Abbas as a “actual associate for making peace and ending the battle, which has lasted for too lengthy and affected the lives of individuals within the area.”
Molla was additionally quoted as saying that when he was within the Knesset, he labored towards supporting the two-state answer by way of “peace lovers in Israel and worldwide organizations that help the choice of peace.”
The PA company quoted Molla as saying that members of the Ethiopian group in Israel “don’t obtain rights and equality like different segments of Israeli society, and haven’t any say in Israeli political decision-making.”
Abbas instructed the delegation that the Palestinians have at all times moved within the route of peace and residing in stability and safety, the company stated.
Abbas stated that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speak about extending Israeli sovereignty to the Jordan Valley and the Northern Lifeless Sea was “rejected and unacceptable,” including that its implementation would undermine the probabilities of reaching peace.
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