Supporters of the Palestinian resistance demonstrate in Beirut (French-File)
The Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) announced the establishment of the "Vanguards of the Al-Aqsa Flood" from Lebanon, calling on the Palestinian people there to join it in light of the devastating war waged by Israel on the Gaza Strip.
The movement said in a statement published on Monday that this step comes "as an affirmation of the role of the Palestinian people in all its places in resisting the occupation by all available and legitimate means and to complement what was achieved by the Al-Aqsa flood operation ... In an effort to ensure the participation of our men and youth in the project of resisting the occupation and benefiting from their scientific and artistic energies and capabilities."
The movement in Lebanon called on the Palestinian people and all young men and men to join the vanguard of the resistance and participate in "shaping the future of the Palestinian cause and liberating Jerusalem and the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque."
Since the start of the Israeli war on Gaza following the Al-Aqsa flood operation launched by the Palestinian resistance on October 7, Hamas and Islamic Jihad militants have carried out several operations from southern Lebanon.
At the same time, Lebanese Hezbollah continues to bombard Israeli military positions and settlements adjacent to the border as the Israeli army targets Lebanese border towns and their surroundings.
The Israeli war on Gaza left 15,899 dead and 42,70 wounded, according to the latest figures announced by the Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip on Monday, noting that <>% of the victims are children and women, in addition to massive destruction of infrastructure and an unprecedented humanitarian disaster, according to what was monitored by many international organizations.
Source : Al Jazeera + French + Palestinian Press