Al-Quds brigades, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad organization in Palestine strongly dismissed reports saying that the group has approved the document drawn by the Palestinian prisoners which carries an implicit recognition of , Palestinian sources said on Friday.

The group said this document does not fully comply with the position of the political leadership of the movement.

A statement signed by the group said that the Islamic Jihad supported the document seeking to rescue the Palestinians territories from the financial crisis.

Abu Ahmad, a spokesman of Al-Quds brigade said the statement is not authentic asserted that the brigade follows what their political leadership instructs them to do.

First unveiled in May, it calls for an end to attacks in and a Palestinian state on the land conquered in 1967, which could amount to de facto recognition of .

The document was based on the Arab initiative presented in March 2002.  The Arabs proposed full recognition of and full normalization of relations and diplomatic ties for a full Israeli withdrawal to the pre-1967 borders.

has strongly rejected the proposal, and launched the military operation known as the "defensive shield," during which the army re-occupied the areas under the Palestinian Authority’s control, defined in Oslo accords as Zone (A).