Hazem Qasim, the spokesman of the Hamas movement, reacted yesterday (Friday) to the request of the former representatives and officials and journalists of the interim Zionist regime for the assassination of the leader of this movement, Yahya Al-Senwar, in Gaza.
According to Al-Mayadin news network, Qasim emphasized:
These threats based on the assassination of the leaders of the Hamas movement are not new threats, and we have become accustomed to this cracked roller coaster.
The spokesman of the Hamas movement, while imposing responsibility for all the incidents on Tel Aviv as a result of the Zionist attacks on Al-Aqsa Mosque, emphasized:
The threats of the interim Zionist regime show that the Zionists are suffering from a kind of confusion as a result of carrying out resistance operations.
Acknowledging that the Zionist incitement to assassinate al-Senwar in Gaza does not frighten Hamas, he added:
The path of resistance against the occupation will not stop.
Qasim further referred to the history of the assassination of the leaders of this movement and said:
Occupying forces have in the past assassinated Hamas leaders, the first of whom was Sheikh Ahmad Yassin, the movement's founder; But Hamas remained on the line of resistance and became even more determined in this direction.