Assessment: Responding to charges of “treachery” by Sinwar, Ra’am Party chairman says, “We don’t owe him a thing”; Bennett: “That it is Hamas that wants to topple our government says it all.”
The leader of Hamas in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, said on Saturday that a war would erupt unless Israel ceased enforcing the law at the Al Aqsa mosque, and accused Knesset member Mansour Abbas of treachery for joining Israel’s coalition government.
“We must prepare for a big war if Israel does not stop harming the Al Aqsa mosque,” the Hamas leader threatened, according to Ynet.
“They have said, “Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation,
That the name of Israel may be remembered no more.” Psalm 83:4
Responding to charges of “treachery” by Sinwar, Ra’am Party chairman says, “We don’t owe him a thing”; Bennett: “That it is Hamas that wants to topple our government says it all.”
The Hamas leader also praised those who had attacked Israeli security forces and civilians in Jerusalem during the month of Ramadan. He singled out the April 7 Tel Aviv shooting, in which three Israeli civilians were murdered.
Ra’ad Hazem, the terrorist who carried out that attack and who was shot dead the following morning by Israeli security forces in Jaffa, had become “a Palestinian symbol,” said Sinwar.
“The recent heroic attacks in Israel proved that it is weaker than a spider’s web,” he declared.
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