Hamas leaders visit injured Gaza protesters


A senior Hamas delegation, led by the group’s chief Ismail Haneyya, paid a visit to injured Palestinian protesters hospitalized in Egypt.

Haneyya and a senior Hamas delegation headed for Egyptian hospitals where a number of Palestinians wounded by Israeli bullet fire during the Great March of Return protests, staged on the Gaza border, have been held.

Haneyya hailed the sacrifices made the Palestinians all the way through their anti-occupation struggle.

Haneyya lauded Egypt’s efforts in assuaging the crises wrought on the people of Gaza.

The Hamas Chief arrived in Egypt a couple of days ago to meet with Egyptian intelligence officials.

Nearly 2 million Palestinians live inside the Gaza Strip, which has been blockaded by Israel from land, air, and sea for over 11 years, making it the world’s largest “open-air prison”.


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