Hamas threatens to hit Tel Aviv in response to next Israeli aggression
The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has pledged to target Tel Aviv next time should Israel attack the blockaded Gaza Strip.
According to Press TV, speaking at a memorial service for the Palestinians martyred in recent clashes with Israeli soldiers in the city of Khan Yunis on Friday, Hamas Leader in Gaza Yahya Sinwar warned Zionist regime not to test the resistance group again.
The Hamas leader also stressed that the latest Israeli permission for the delivery of aid and fuel to Gaza would not make the Palestinians sell their blood.
“What did the Israeli leadership think when it allowed in fuel and Qatari funds? … That we would sell out our blood for diesel and dollars? They’ve been disappointed, and their goals have failed,” he said.
The Gaza Strip has been under a crippling siege since 2007 and witnessed three wars since 2008.
It has also witnessed a fresh wave of tensions since March 30 when “The Great March of Return” protests started.
The Tel Aviv regime carries out regular attacks on the coastal enclave under the pretext of hitting positions belonging to Hamas.