Madhoun: Hamas succeeded in pairing between resistance and rule

[ 25/12/2010 – 04:27 PM ]

 

GAZA, (PIC)– Writer and political analyst Ibrahim Madhoun told the Palestinian Information Center Saturday that the press conference held by Hamas’s armed wing the Qassam Brigades offers a new surprise for Hamas skeptics, and proves that the resistance movement in Gaza is developing quantitatively and qualitatively.

The facts laid out by Qassam Brigades spokesman Abu Obeidah, the size of the operations carried out after Hamas won the 2006 elections in particular, show that the movement has remained committed to armed resistance, Madhoun said.

“From here came the Qassam Brigades’ announcement of complex operations, such as the Ala Abu Edheim operation in Jerusalem that killed and injured tens of Israelis, offering new evidence to the movement’s credibility.”

The quality and quantity of resistance operations claimed by the Brigades in light of Hamas’s rule in Gaza demonstrate Hamas’s success in pairing between government and resistance, the Israeli blockade and aggression and the toils of governing not standing in the path of its resisting the Israeli occupation, Madhoun went on to say.

The writer said Qassam was able to send intricate field messages to Israel. “I believe Ashkenazi’s recent statements on the anti-tank weapons the resistance used may be one of those messages.”

“Logistic operations in the Gaza Strip, the storage and development of weapons, and the enhancement of resistance culture followed by the Qassam Brigades are all powerful messages.”

“A good analyst will understand the increasing awareness of the Qassam Brigades in preparing for necessary clashes with the occupier, the movement’s policies on the ground and strategy making remarkable developments after the Gaza war, evolving from limited to open clashes. I believe an upcoming war with Israel will be different from the (last) Furqan war.”

Madhoun: Hamas succeeded in pairing between resistance and rule.

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