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Resisting Israeli occupation of our motherland is not terrorism: Bahar

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Gaza19June3GAZA (PNIC):-First Deputy Speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC), Dr Ahmed Bahar, stressed Palestinians’ commitment to armed resistance to defend their usurped land and retrieve their infringed rights.

Speaking at a rally held by Hamas’s Women’s Movement outside the PLC, Dr. Bahar slammed the Palestinian Authority (PA) for its ongoing crackdowns on Palestinian anti-occupation activists and resistance groups.

“Hamas is not a terror group. The world’s leaders should cease backbiting against Hamas and identify the real terrorists as those who have been involved in the killing of children and women,” said Bahar.

PLC First Deputy Speaker denounced the silence maintained by the world’s governments and international community as regards Israel’s decade-long blockade on Gaza.

“The Israeli occupation is and will forever remain the sole target of our resistance weapon,” vowed Bahar.

Raja al-Halabi, from Hamas’s Women’s Movement, leveled heavy criticism at a number of Fatah leaders for failing to live up to their obligations as regards Islamic holy sites, citing the case of Fatah leader Jibril al-Rajoub who announced during an aired interview his readiness to forfeit the Islamic Buraq Wall.

The protesters hailed Qatar for boosting Gaza’s reconstruction process and propping up relief projects in the besieged coastal enclave.

 
 
 
 
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