Abu Marzouk: occupation arrests encourages the outbreak of the Intifada

“The entire enter­prise of a Jew­ish state in Palestine is built upon an express rejec­tion of interna­tional law.”
~ Brayer

[ PIC 05/11/2013 – 06:15 PM ]


CAIRO, (PIC)– Member of the political bureau of Hamas movement, Mousa Abu Marzouk stated that the Israeli arrest campaign against the resistance leaders will not break their spirits and will pave the way for the outbreak of an intifada.

Abu Marzouk said in a statement on Tuesday on his Facebook page that all the occupation arrests against the Palestinian leaders, MPs, children and women will never deter the resistance from defending the land and the people.

He stressed that the rights cannot be subjected to a statute of limitation, and added “We are waiting for the Intifada.”

Meanwhile, Palestinian human rights sources reported that the Ofer Military Court on Monday evening sentenced to six months of administrative detention the three Hamas leaders: Jamal al-Tawil, Hussein Abu Kwik, and Faraj Roumaneh.

The Israeli forces arrested the three leaders ten days ago from their homes in Ramallah, within a campaign that targeted supporters and cadres of Hamas movement in the West Bank.

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