Haneyya: The security forces with a national doctrine must be protected

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    GAZA, (PIC)-- Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya said the security institutions that were established according to a national doctrine and principles must continue to exist and be an incubator for the security work in the future.

    In a ceremony held to honor the first batch of police officers, premier Haneyya expressed his pride in the security apparatuses in the Gaza Strip and its role in maintaining security and protecting the society despite the great losses they sustained during the last Israeli war.

    "What has been built will not be destroyed because the Palestinian people felt the good outcome of this construction, particularly with regard to putting an end to the security chaos and finding policemen working for the homeland with clean hands," the premier stated.

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