On the occasion of the sixth anniversary of Operation Protective Edge in the summer of 2014, the Hamas organization says it will continue the fight against the “Israeli occupation” until it is uprooted.

The terrorist organization said in a statement released on Wednesday that the fight would not stop until the Palestinians regained all their rights to their land, the holy places and the natural resources stolen from them.

Hamas stressed the importance of the unity of the Palestinian people, the land and the national sentiments, and added that any harm to the Palestinian people or the land constitutes harm to the entire Palestinian people in Gaza, Judea and Samaria, and Jerusalem.

“We will never acknowledge the existence of our enemy on our land and holy places,” Hamas said. “Our enemies have no place among us and have no future on our land.”

Source: Arutz Sheva

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