The Palestinian resistance movement of Hamas announced that it refused to discuss the issue of Israeli soldiers captured by its fighters at the meantime, arguing that the Zionist PM Benjamin Netanyahu has subjected to its position.
Commenting on Netanyahu’s statements which claimed that the Zionist entity did not accept the resistance’s demands, Hamas asserted that they contradict with what the agreement stipulates.
Hamas also considered that Netanyahu’s claims about an Israeli victory in Gaza is just a desperate attempt to justify his defeat and to hide the truth which asserted that the Palestinian resistance performed heroically and paralyzed the entity’s life during the war.
Netanyahu had alleged that he did not meet any of Hamas’s demands and pointed out that the Zionist entity will harshly respond to any rocketry attack from Gaza onto the Zionist settlements.
In the same context, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claim that ‘Israel’ achieved a “great military and political” victory over Hamas in the latest round of fighting in the Gaza Strip has met with skepticism from many Israelis, according to a poll published Thursday.
The poll underscores the unease pervading Israeli society after the third round of fighting between the Israeli army and the Palestinian resistance.
Al Masri for Islam Times – Netanyahu retreated in Gaza
Speaking to Islam Times in an exclusive interview, Mushir al Masri, a high ranking member of Hamas explained how Benyamin Netanyahu capitulated in Gaza after he realized that the people would never bow to his rule.
He stressed that Hamas is now negotiating around Israel to ensure that Gaza continues to advance toward final victory. “Hamas will monitor the enemy and decide on whatever course of actions it sees fit.”
Al Masri noted, “Netanyahu was forced to sign a truce agreement, retreat and leave behind all Israeli captives …” Hamas’ victory against Israel has been celebrated throughout all the Palestinian territories and has given hope to millions.
Hamas will now work toward a prisoners’ exchange with Zionists.
Al Masry echoed Khaled Meshaal’s comments.
“Hamas will not cease resisting Israel until all its demands are met,” Meshaal said on Thursday, adding the latest Gaza conflict was only “a milestone to reaching our objective”. Speaking at a news conference in Doha, where he lives in exile, Meshaal said the group would never give up its arms as part of any deal. He also said the group’s military commander, caught earlier this month in an Israeli air strike, was “fine”.
Hamas will now focus on three things – reconstruction, resistance and development of the military –
THE LEGAL RIGHT OF RESISTANCE
MORAL, HISTORICAL & LEGAL RIGHT OF SELF-DEFENSE
GENOCIDE & ETHNIC CLEANSING OF PALESTINE
DEBUNKING THE ISRAELI MYTHS