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#GazaUnderAttack | Hamas official: We will retaliate if Israel breaches ceasefire

MEMO | Friday, 01 August 2014 12:03 Osama Hamdan The Islamic resistance movement Hamas will not exercise any restraint if Israel breaks the ceasefire agreement and will retaliate, a Hamas official said.Speaking to Al Jazeera, the movement’s Head of Foreign Relations, Osama Hamdan, said the Palestinian factions had agreed to observe a 72-hour humanitarian ceasefire, […]

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Hamdan: The PA is not serious about ending the division

[ PIC 19/06/2013 – 09:03 AM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Director of Hamas’s foreign relations Osama Hamdan said the political arrest campaign which is carried out systematically by the Fatah-affiliated Palestinian authority security agencies against Hamas cadres and supporters in the West Bank reflects lack of seriousness about ending the Palestinian division. Hamadan made his remarks […]

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#GazaUnderAttack | Hamdan: Hamas is not in a hurry for a lull with Israel

[ PIC 19/11/2012 – 11:20 AM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Director of Hamas’s international affairs Osama Hamdan said his Movement is not in a hurry to sign a truce agreement with the Israeli occupation regime. “The Palestinians are not in a rush for a truce; we are accustomed to such attacks…The Israelis should think thousand times […]

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Hamdan: Sarkozy’s demands out of context

Palestine’s Prisoners | Pictures | Topic | Category – Torture | History | Category [ 19/10/2011 – 07:37 PM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Osama Hamdan, in charge of foreign relations in Hamas movement, expressed surprise at French president Nicolas Sarkozy’s statement that the release of Gilad Shalit was not enough and that Hamas has to “shun […]

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Hamdan: UN bid a political move aimed at saving negotiations

Full Text of President Mahmoud Abbas’ Speech at the UNGA [ 24/09/2011 – 09:48 AM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Hamas international relations official Osama Hamdan reiterated his party’s objection to the PLO’s request for full UN membership, saying that the move comes in the context of the peace process, falls outside the framework of Palestinian national […]

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Hamdan: ‘Israel’ no longer in our lexicon

[ 26/07/2011 – 08:24 AM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Hamas international relations official Osama Hamdan has said that Palestine today is in a ”fierce battle on two fronts”: one front is the continued resistance until the Israeli occupation ends, and the second is to preserve the Palestinians’ unity in the framework of a program to liberate […]

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Hamdan warns Israel of consequences of new war

10/04/2011 – 09:51 PM BEIRUT, (PIC)– Osama Hamdan, Hamas’s international relations official, has warned that Israel would face serious consequences over the new war launched against the Gaza Strip and said the war would lead to wide-spread Arab mobilization against Israel. Hamdan asserted the right of the Palestinian resistance forces to respond to the military […]

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Hamdan appeals to Arab, Islamic states to assume responsibilities towards Gaza

[ 09/04/2011 – 02:16 PM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Director of Hamas’s international relations Osama Hamdan appealed to the Arab and Islamic countries to assume their responsibilities towards the Gaza Strip which is under constant attack by the Israeli occupation. Hamdan told Al-Aqsa radio on Saturday this military aggression against Gaza is an Israeli habit and […]

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Hamdan: Hamas initiative based on the resistance option and liberation

[ 11/03/2011 – 04:40 PM ]   AMMAN, (PIC)– Osama Hamdan, The head of Hamas’s external relations department, asserted Thursday that his movement’s new reconciliation initiative was based on the resistance option, liberation, and to end the occupation. In an interview with the Jordanian Al-Sabeel newspaper, Hamdan said that the new initiative took into consideration […]

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Hamdan: Tunisians gave a model for “will for change”

[ 23/01/2011 – 06:46 PM ]   BEIRUT, (PIC)– Osama Hamdan, in-charge of foreign relations in Hamas, praised the “political change revolution” in Tunisia, describing it as a model for what the will for change could achieve. He urged the Tunisian people in a press statement on Sunday to preserve this “accomplishment” and to maintain […]

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