Hamas warns Israel against aggression
The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has warned that Intifada (uprising) can be renewed any time over an escalation of aggression by the Tel Aviv regime amid search for allegedly missing Israeli settlers.
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri says Tel Aviv will regret its actions against Palestinians.
“The Intifada is the greatest event in the history of the Palestinian people, and it renews itself every time there is an escalation in Israel’s aggression,” Abu Zuhri said.
“Resistance through every channel is the legitimate right of the Palestinian people, to liberate the land, the holy places, and the prisoners.”
The warning comes as Tel Aviv continues its search and arrest operations in the West Bank to find three Israeli settlers who have gone missing since June 12.
Several Palestinians have been killed in fresh Israeli raids in the occupied West Bank and the besieged Gaza Strip as Israeli forces press ahead with operations to find the allegedly missing Israelis.
Over 300 Palestinians, including Hamas members and lawmakers, have also been detained in recent days.
Israel accuses Hamas of being behind the disappearance of the settlers. However, the group has denied any involvement, promising to repel Israel crackdown within a few days.
Hamas says Tel Aviv’s allegation about abduction of three Israeli settlers by the Palestinian resistance movement is aimed at torpedoing the recent reconciliation deal between Hamas and Fatah.
In April, Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas signed an agreement to end years of rivalry and form a unity government. The move irked Washington and Tel Aviv.
While Washington expressed disappointment over the deal, the Israeli regime cancelled the so-called peace talks with the Palestinian Authority.
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