martedì 15 marzo 2016

Leader di Hamas :i palestinesi non cercano la guerra, ma lottano per porre fine all'occupazione


Un leader di Hamas ha spiegato alla televisione francese che il gruppo islamista palestinese "non sta puntando alla  guerra,ma continuerà a lottare per la fine dell'occupazione e  per  liberare  la nostra terra "

Khaled Mashaal ha definito i recenti attacchi palestinesi  "una intifada" una "resistenza difensiva" alla luce dell' "aggressione israeliana".

"La situazione a Gaza è  a volte tesa . Non stiamo puntando alla  guerra, ma siamo una nazione che lotta per la sua libertà e vuole liberarsi dell'occupazione."


Il leader di Hamas ha parlato poco prima che un razzo di Gaza esplodesse in una zona disabitata a  Sha'ar Hanegev nella notte di Lunedi. Il razzo non ha innescato sirene di allarme ed è caduto in una zona aperta , hanno specificato fonti della sicurezza. Responsabili di tutti i lanci di razzi, avvenuti nel corso dell' ultimo anno e mezzo, sono le organizzazioni jihadiste salafiti  . Così riferito il capo di stato meggiore dell'IDF ,il Gen. Gadi Eisenkot, in una conferenza a Tel Aviv organizzata dall' 'Istituto per gli studi sulla sicurezza nazionale  : "Tutti questi gruppi  sfidano Hamas e cercano di attivare il fuoco contro di noi""



Reuters contribuito a questo rapporto.
 
 

Hamas chief: Palestinians don't seek war, but will fight to end occupation

The Hamas leader spoke shortly before a Gazan rocket exploded in an uninhabited area of the Sha'ar Hanegev regional council on Monday night.
A top Hamas leader told French television on Tuesday that while the Palestinian Islamist group “is not aiming for war,” it will continue to “fight for freedom out of a desire to rid [our nation] of the occupation.”

Khaled Mashaal, the political bureau chief of the organization ruling the Gaza Strip, was quoted as saying that the current wave of Palestinian violence against Israel – which he termed “an intifada” – comprised “defensive resistance” in light of “Israeli aggression.”

“The situation in Gaza has become tense at times,” Mashaal said. “We are not aiming for war, but we are a nation that is fighting for its freedom and wants to be rid of the occupation.”


The Hamas leader spoke shortly before a Gazan rocket exploded in an uninhabited area of the Sha'ar Hanegev regional council on Monday night. The rocket did not trigger warning sirens as its trajectory took it to an open area, security sources said.

On Friday night, terrorists in Gaza fired several rockets at southern Israel, setting off warning sirens in Sderot and Sha'ar Hanegev Council. The IDF said the rockets exploded in uninhabited areas, failing to cause injuries or damages.

In response, the Israel Air Force bombed four Hamas terrorist targets in northern Gaza, the IDF Spokesman Unit said.

Following the strikes, Palestinian medical sources said fragments from a missile fired by an Israeli aircraft killed a 10-year-old Palestinian boy and his six-year-old sister in Beit Lahiya, in the northern end of the Strip.

Islamic State-affiliated Salafi jihadist organizations are behind all of the rocket and border border bomb incidents in the past year and a half, IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot told a Tel Aviv security conference in January.

“All of these groups challenge Hamas and seek to activate fire against us,” he said during a conference hosted by the Institute for National Security Studies.

Reuters contributed to this report.
 
 
 

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