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Hamas: Suleimani Offered Iran’s Support, He Did Not Impose Conditions

Hamas leader Yehia Sinwar attends a rally in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip January 7, 2016. The rally, organized by Hamas movement, was held to honor the families of dead Hamas militants, who Hamas’s armed wing said participated in imprisoning Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, organizers said. Shalt was abducted by militants in a cross-border raid in 2006, and was released in exchange for more than 1,000 Palestinians held in Israeli jails. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem – RTX21FPI

Leader of Hamas in Gaza, Yahra Sinwar warned that what is awaiting the Palestinian cause is so dangerous.

In a meeting with Gaza youths on Thursday, Sinwar stressed that what has been circulated in media is nothing with respect to the conspiracy aimed at wiping out the Palestinian cause.

“The first step as provided by this conspiracy is recognizing Al-Quds as the capital of the Zionist entity,” Sinwar said.

Meanwhile, Sinwar stressed that Iran’s Quds Force Commander, Major Genral Qassem Suleimani offered Iranian support but he did not imposed conditions on the Palestinian resistance group.

“Suleimani told us that all the Iranian capabilities are at the service of Palestine and Al-Quds. He did not set conditions in return.”

Hitting back at Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman who said that Hamas is “deterred”, Sinwar stressed that Hamas is preparing for future confrontation with the Israeli enemy.

“If Lieberman commits a folly, we will make his people curse him for long years,” Sinwar warned, stressing that Hamas’ military wing, AL-Qassam Brigades in a very good condition.

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