Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip

Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip

The head of the Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip, Yahya Sinwar, said that during the last round, the resistance wanted to deliver "a message to the enemy and the world that enough is playing with fire."

This came on Wednesday, in the first press statements by Sinwar after the aggression on Gaza, during a speech to journalists that was broadcast live.

Sinwar stressed that, this year and the problems of Gaza area will not end as they are, and we will burn all area, everything and everything if the siege is not lifted.

In response to the occupation’s allegations of destroying the resistance’s military capabilities, he added, “Our missile capabilities are still of a thousand good.”

The most prominent leader in the Hamas movement confirmed that Israel had failed to strike a blow against the political, military and security leadership and the control and control rooms.

He revealed that Israel had tried to assassinate 500 elite fighters under a ruse of a ground invasion, but it failed.

Sinwar pointed out that the resistance has "500 km of underground tunnels, and Israel has caused only 5% of damage."

He stated that the resistance had planned to conclude the last round by striking 300 rockets, and we stopped them due to intermediaries, pointing out that it "can launch hundreds of rockets per minute with a range of 200 km."

Sinwar announced that Israel had assassinated only about 15 of the second, third, and fourth leadership ranks.

He also welcomed all international efforts to rebuild Gaza, stressing that Hamas will not take a penny from the reconstruction funds and is ready to provide it with all the facilities.

Sinwar called on the Israeli occupation to withdraw from all the borders 67, dismantle settlements and return refugees according to international laws, and stipulated that with the establishment of a Palestinian state for the sake of long-term calm.

in April 13, the situation in the Palestinian territories area has exploded as a result of "brutal" attacks perpetrated by Israeli police and settlers in masque Al-Aqsa area and the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood area in Jerusalem, in an attempt to evacuate 12 Palestinian people homes and hand them over to settlers.

Tension moved to the Gaza Strip, where Israel launched a massive aggression, starting from May 10, and lasted for 11 days, resulting in hundreds of deaths and injuries.

OTHER NEWS, On Wednesday, an Iraqi security force arrested the leader of the "Popular Mobilization Forces" Qassem Musleh, in the west of the country, on charges of corruption, according to a security source.

An officer at the Ministry of Interior said that a special force arrested the commander of the "Popular Mobilization" operations in Anbar province, Qasim Musleh, and took him to the capital, Baghdad, according to his statement to Anadolu Agency.

The officer, who requested anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media, added that a force coming from Baghdad carried out the arrest according to arrest warrants issued by the judiciary on charges related to financial corruption.

And Qasim Musleh was the commander of the Tafuf Brigade of the Hussaini Shrine, the religious authority in Najaf, and in 2017 he assumed the position of commander of the Popular Mobilization Operations in Anbar.

A Baghdad police officer said: "The security forces closed the entrances to the Green Zone and imposed strict security measures in anticipation of any emergency that occurred against the background of reformist arrest."

He added, The anti-terror forces team work were deployed against the background level of the arrival of information to the security forces, with the intention of the supporters of the leader of the Popular Mobilization Forces to organize a demonstration to storm the Green Zone area.

The "Popular Mobilization" is an institution affiliated with the Iraqi armed forces, and directly linked to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

On August 27, 2020, Al-Kazemi formed a special committee to investigate major corruption files, and assigned the tasks of implementing arrest warrants to a special force affiliated with the Prime Ministry.

OTHER NEWS, Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani discussed with the Ethiopian Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Radwan Hussein, the bilateral relations between the two countries, and developments in the situation in the Horn of African place area.

On Wednesday, Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani and Ethiopian Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Radwan Hussein met in the Qatari capital, Doha, to discuss developments in the situation in the Horn of Africa African place area.

The meeting comes as part of an unannounced official visit of the Ethiopian Minister to the State of Qatar.

The meeting witnessed the discussion of bilateral relations between the two countries, in addition to developments in the situation in the Horn of Africa, and stressing the importance of resolving differences by peaceful and diplomatic means, according to what was reported by the Qatar News Agency (QNA).

The meeting comes in light of the Renaissance Dam crisis that the Horn of Africa is going through between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt.

The Qatari Foreign Minister had gone on an official visit to Cairo, on Tuesday, to convey a written message from the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, inviting Al-Sisi to visit Doha.

Addis Ababa insists on a second filling of the dam with water in July and August, even if it does not reach an agreement, and says that it does not aim to harm the interests country's of Sudan and Egypt, and that the aim of the dam area is to generate electricity for development purposes only.

Sudan and Egypt adhere to first reaching a tripartite agreement that preserves their water facilities and guarantees the continuation of their annual share of the Nile water flow, which is 55.5 billion cubic meters of Egypt area and 18.5 billion cubic meters of Sudan area.
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