"Islamic Jihad": Even if the truce deal in Gaza passes, the war will not stop, especially in Rafah "Islamic Jihad": Even if the truce deal in Gaza passes, the war will not stop, especially in Rafah

"Islamic Jihad": Even if the truce deal in Gaza passes, the war will not stop, especially in Rafah

"Islamic Jihad": Even if the truce deal in Gaza passes, the war will not stop, especially in Rafah

Deputy Secretary-General of the Islamic Jihad movement in Palestine, Muhammad al-Hindi, said that even if the truce deal in Gaza passes, the war will not stop, especially in Rafah, in the south of the Strip.

Muhammad al-Hindi stated that the current negotiations are negotiations between the American administration and the Israeli government, and there are no real negotiations with the resistance.

He stated that it is ironic that America, which gives Israel weapons to kill innocent people, is also the one that delivers some crumbs of aid via planes.

The Deputy Secretary-General of the "Islamic Jihad" movement criticized the Arab regimes, saying that the Arab regime has proven that it is worthless and is either helpless and silent or complicit and sees resistance as a threat to its interests.

He appealed to the Arabs to treat them as they treat Israel, whether at crossings or importing goods.

He stressed that what protects the Palestinian people and the nation is the resistance that still dominates and controls the field after 150 days of massacres and bulldozing above and below the ground.

He stressed that the Israeli army, despite widespread Western support, was unable to free its prisoners.

He stated in his statements that the insistence on moving forward by the southern Lebanese resistance reflects its vision that confronts America’s attempts to contain the resistance in the region.

The war in Gaza has entered its 153rd day, with bombardment continuing on several areas of the Strip amid a famine that has become a reality. Israeli military operations on the besieged Strip have left more than 30,000 dead and more than 70,000 wounded, most of them women and children, while international mediators race against time to stop the war. Shooting before Ramadan.

The border between Lebanon and Israel has also witnessed tension and intermittent exchange of fire and missiles between the Israeli army on the one hand and Hezbollah on the other since the start of the confrontation between Hamas and Israel on October 7.

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