Hamdan confirms that the Israeli occupation has not achieved any achievement on the ground (Al Jazeera)

The leader of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) Osama Hamdan confirmed that the Israeli occupation has not achieved any achievement on the ground since the start of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip on the seventh of last October.

Hamdan said, during a press conference from Beirut, that the occupation has killed 109 journalists so far, the latest of which is Hamza Al-Dahdouh, the son of colleague Wael Al-Dahdouh, is deliberate, and will not prevent the world from knowing the truth about the crimes taking place in Gaza.

Hamdan explained that after 3 months of the Israeli war in Gaza, the Palestinian resistance is still fine, and the rockets that the occupation pledged to stop are still being launched towards Israel, which failed to achieve its stated goals of the war, including the release of prisoners held by the resistance, pointing out that about 4% of the population of the Gaza Strip is between martyr, wounded and missing after 93 days of aggression.

Hamdan stressed that the repeated talk of the occupation leaders about the voluntary migration of the residents of Gaza by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a number of his ministers is nothing but an expression of illusions and dreams that will not be realized, and these settlers who are strangers to our land will emigrate, once again, to their homelands from which they came.

South Africa's position

He reiterated that the Gaza Strip will only be purely Palestinian, and that the Palestinian people will decide their present and future, which will only be an integral part of the independent and fully sovereign State of Palestine, with Jerusalem as its capital, praising South Africa's positions in solidarity with the Palestinian people and filing a lawsuit against Israel before the International Court of Justice for the crimes of occupation against humanity, ethnic cleansing and genocide.

He called on the League of Arab States, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the African Union to support and support South Africa's position, and build on it, to file more lawsuits in international courts to prosecute this fascist entity for its crimes against the Palestinian people.

Hamdan noted that the Israeli assassination in Beirut, which targeted Saleh al-Arouri, deputy head of Hamas' political bureau, and two al-Qassam Brigades commanders in a drone attack on a building in the southern suburbs, "will not break us and will not affect the resolve of the resistance."

Source : Al Jazeera