BEIRUT, (BM) – Hamas officials told Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar that recent attacks were unauthorized by them, despite the terrorists using Hamas issued weapons, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting The Jerusalem Post.
Hamas officials laid responsibility for recent infiltrations of would-be terrorists from the Gaza Strip into Israel on the Jewish State’s doorstep, citing the harsh living conditions in the Gaza Strip, Ynet reported citing Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar.
The officials claimed that during their own review of events leading to the last three attacks, which were all prevented by the IDF, it was discovered that the terrorists were all members of the group’s military wing and acted without any authorization.
On Tuesday Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar promised to rain “hundreds of rockets” on Israel should the IDF attempt to attack the Gaza Strip, Sinwar spoke during a meeting held with residents of Khan Yunis, Channel 13 reported.
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Source: The Jerusalem Post