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Hamas says Petah Tikva operation “natural response to Israel’s crimes”

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tikvaGAZA, (PNIC)
The Hamas Movement hailed the Petah Tikva operation that was carried out by a Palestinian young man on Thursday as “heroic and a natural response to Israel’s crimes and violations against the Palestinian people and their holy sites.”

In a press release, senior spokesman for Hamas Fawzi Barhoum said the operation confirmed the Palestinian people’s determination to continue resisting the occupation and defending their rights regardless of the sacrifices.

“While we applaud this brave act of resistance, we hold the Israeli government responsible for all consequences resulting from persisting in its extremist and racist policies,” Barhoum stated.

The spokesman urged the Palestinians in the occupied territories to step up their resistance against the occupation and retaliate to its violence and aggression.

About six Israelis were reportedly wounded on Thursday afternoon in a shooting and stabbing attack in Petah Tikva city, east of Tel Aviv.

The attack was carried out by an 18-year-old young man identified as Sadeq Abu Mazen, a resident of a village on the outskirts of Nablus.

 
 
 
 
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