Hamas: Israel’s fear of truth is a sign of its demise

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The Israeli attack of Palestinian mourners headed to the church for Shireen Abu Akleh’s funeral is evidence of a regime that fears a martyr of truth.

Hamas chief, Ismail Haniyeh also noted that the Zionist regime was also afraid of the raising of the Palestinian flag in Al Quds.

The Israeli occupying forces targeted Palestinian civilians as they thronged to pay their last respects to the journalist that was killed by an Israeli sniper in Jenin camp on Wednesday.

Haniyeh says that this fear of the expression of human dignity is the sign of a regime destined for demise.

The Palestinian Red Crescent says that 33 people were injured in the Israeli attack on the funeral procession in Al Quds.

Meanwhile, the Al Quds Brigades has confirmed that they had successfully laid ambush for Israeli Occupation Forces soldiers in Jenin this morning, killing one occupation officer and injuring others.

Today’s events come after weeks of Israeli attacks on Palestine’s sacred sites and the people defending them.

Abu Akleh was murdered while covering the Israeli attack on the Jenin camp.

Palestinians are preparing to mark 74 years of the Israeli occupation of their homeland. On May 15th, 1948, Zionist gangs forced nearly a million Palestinians from their land, which is known as the Catastrophe, or Nakba.

Radio 786 has spoken to a Palestinian that grew up in a Lebanese refugee camp because of this violent theft of his homeland.

Artist, Salim Asi, who now lives in Copenhagen says that many Palestinian refugees in these camps were forced to leave to find a better life.

He says that the Israeli regime has robbed them of the opportunity to live and thrive in homeland.


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