The Palestinian resistance movement of Hamas announced that it refused to discuss the issue of Israeli soldiers captured by its fighters at the meantime, arguing that the Zionist PM Benjamin Netanyahu has subjected to its position.
Commenting on Netanyahu’s statements which claimed that the Zionist entity did not accept the resistance’s demands, Hamas asserted that they contradict with the what the agreement stipulates.
Hamas also considered that Netanyahu’s claims about an Israeli victory in Gaza is just a desperate attempt to justify his defeat and to hide the truth which asserted that the Palestinian resistance performed heroically and paralyzed the entity’s life during the war.
Netanyahu had alleged that he did not meet any of Hamas’s demands and pointed out that the Zionist entity will harshly respond to any rocketry attack from Gaza onto the Zionist settlements.
In the same context, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claim that ‘Israel’ achieved a “great military and political” victory over Hamas in the latest round of fighting in the Gaza Strip has met with skepticism from many Israelis, according to a poll published Thursday.
The poll underscores the unease pervading Israeli society after the third round of fighting between the Israeli army and the Palestinian resistance.