Hamas: What Haaretz Reported Confirms that the Aggression on Gaza Based on Lies

By Gamal Khattab November 20, 2023 92


The Truth Behind the Gaza Aggression

The leader of Hamas, Osama Hamdan, recently revealed that the Israeli police investigation published by Haaretz newspaper confirms that the aggression against the Gaza Strip was based on lies spread by Israeli leaders, with support from the United States and other Western countries.

Targeting Innocent Civilians

Contrary to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's claims, Hamdan emphasized that the resistance did not target civilians. Instead, it was the political and military leaders in Israel who committed a massacre against innocent people attending a party in the Re'im settlement.

The Occupation's Deception

Hamdan referred to the occupation police investigation, which revealed that the resistance was unaware of the party, while the occupation authorities had knowledge of its details. He also mentioned that the bombing extended beyond the party, with homes of settlers being targeted under the false assumption that prisoners were present.

A Pattern of Lies

Hamdan highlighted the occupation's habit of relying on lies in its operations and movements. He mentioned specific instances where medical complexes were stormed and turned into military centers, leading to aggression against civilians.

The Heroic Resistance

Hamdan emphasized that the resistance dealt heroically, fairly, and compassionately with women, children, and captive settlers. They cared for children and the sick and even released the elderly.

Netanyahu's Crimes

Hamdan accused Netanyahu of committing several crimes, including covering up the murder of party attendees and deceiving his supporters by blaming the resistance. He also pointed out that the circulating pictures of charred corpses contradict Netanyahu's claims.

Call for Accountability

Based on the evidence, Hamdan called on the US administration, led by President Joe Biden, to retract their support for the aggression against Gaza and apologize for adopting the false Zionist narrative. He also urged European countries to apologize for their positions and called on international organizations to take responsible actions to stop the aggression and hold Israel's leaders accountable.

Immediate Action Needed

Hamdan urged the League of Arab States and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to open the Rafah land crossing immediately, as every passing hour costs the lives of innocent children and civilians.

A Special Court for Justice

Hamdan concluded by stating that the League and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation must establish a special court to hold the occupation leaders accountable for the deaths of over 13,000 civilians in Gaza, the majority of whom were women and children. He emphasized the importance of everyone taking responsibility for their actions.

Source: Al Jazeera