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Palestinian resistance prepare for “War”

After the enemy threatened to assassinate Hamas leader, Yahya al-Sinwar, against the backdrop of Operation Elad, in which three settlers were killed, the resistance factions threatened a huge response, which would not rise to the occupation after him.

A response that according to it will not be limited to Gaza, the west bank and the occupied territories in 1948, but regional parties will participate in it, making the battle of the “Sword of Jerusalem” nothing compared to what awaits the enemy.

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The resistance imposed a complex equation in front of the occupation after it threatened a major war and the return of martyrdom operations in the occupied cities, in the wake of the high level of incitement against the leader of Hamas Yahya Sinwar, and calls by Israeli parties to assassinate him, against the backdrop of Operation Elad, in which three people were killed.

The resistance advises de-escalation

During the past few days, the Palestinian factions in Gaza held talks with mediators regarding the development of events in the Palestinian territories and the strip. The mediators conveyed messages to the occupation government, calling on them to calm Gaza and to stop the incitement and escalation in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

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A source revealed that “Hamas” informed the mediators that it monitors the great incitement against its leaders in Gaza, Yahya Al-Sinwar and in the West Bank Saleh Al-Arouri, they warned the enemy through them that any step would mean burning cities down and intense missile attacks, which the occupying army could not imagine.

The Palestinian resistance is no longer alone

What is most dangerous for the occupation is the movement’s talk about its return to carrying out martyrdom operations through explosive belts inside the occupied cities, in the event that it returns to the policy of assassinations inside or outside.

Hamas was not satisfied with this threat but hinted during the talks with the mediators that the next war will not be in Gaza alone, but regional parties will participate and it will be a multi-front war against the occupying state, in addition to the movement of the Palestinians in the West Bank and the occupied interior in 1948.

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Al-Qassam Brigades spokesman, Abu Obeida, said that” in light of the enemy’s threat, we warn the enemy and it’s failed leadership that harming Yahya Sinwar or any of the resistance leaders is going to be an earthquake in the region and will have a big response that the battle of Saif al-Quds will be an ordinary event compared to what the enemy will witness, and whoever takes this decision will write a catastrophic chapter in the history of the entity that will be paid in destruction”.

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The mediators conveyed to the movement that the occupying state does not want to go to the scenario of the assassination of Sinwar but that the continued tension of the situation will lead to the start of the next war by targeting him, to which Hamas responded by saying that this is not the first time that Sinwar has been targeted.

There were unsuccessful attempts to reach him during the Battle of Sayf al-Quds last year.

Operations are not a passing situation

In this regard, the heroic operation in Elad, which is located in the middle of the enemy entity and is close to tel Aviv, confirmed that the operations that Israel is facing are not a temporary situation, but rather a continuous path determined by the Palestinians and its resistance factions.

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Israel finds itself in front of an equation governed by a set of restrictions, which puts it in front of two options, both of which involve risks of a different kind. If it initiates loud assassinations of one of the leaders, it will certainly not affect the decision of the Palestinian resistance which takes its own individual decision to carry out the operations.

Rather, this will lead to missile reactions that roll towards a wide military confrontation, which in the least scenario will be similar to the Sayf al-Quds battle. If the enemy refrains from making a choice then they are sending a message that reveals the narrowness of their options, which will contribute to undermining its deterrent image in the face of the Palestinian reality.

Despite all this, it is difficult for the enemy to remain idle if operations continue.

Rachelle Kayrouz
Lebanese writer, interested and focused on Palestine-Syrian affairs and feminism. I wrote in big Lebanese newspapers and websites, I speak English, Arabic, and French fluently